## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2; Volume 19, Part 1 |

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... less accurate and less precise . As seen from Eqs . ( 8 ) and ( 11 ) the residual

stress is related to the peak shift A0 by a stress

in ...

... less accurate and less precise . As seen from Eqs . ( 8 ) and ( 11 ) the residual

stress is related to the peak shift A0 by a stress

**constant**. A plot of the stress**constant**for iron as a function of 0 in the back - reflection range 750 - 88° is givenin ...

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The

distribution . To demonstrate the influence of the latter quantity Esquivel and

Evans ( 1968 ) have shown that the degree of relaxation increases with

increasing ...

The

**constant**Bi depends on the material , cyclic stress amplitude , and the stressdistribution . To demonstrate the influence of the latter quantity Esquivel and

Evans ( 1968 ) have shown that the degree of relaxation increases with

increasing ...

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... of NizFe which had been annealed at different temperatures in order to

determine a short range order parameter o for the nearest neighbor shell where

the probability of having one nickel neighbor is given by x ( 1 + ko ) , k is a

... of NizFe which had been annealed at different temperatures in order to

determine a short range order parameter o for the nearest neighbor shell where

the probability of having one nickel neighbor is given by x ( 1 + ko ) , k is a

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### Contents

R JAMES | 2 |

Principles of XRay Stress Measurement | 4 |

Control of Accuracy and Precision | 25 |

Copyright | |

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