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

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It is possible that some grains within

given by Eq. (9). ... One can define an incremental effective volume associated

with the angular range between w and <d + do) for all

It is possible that some grains within

**element**j lie outside of the sharp distributiongiven by Eq. (9). ... One can define an incremental effective volume associated

with the angular range between w and <d + do) for all

**elements**of the same ...Page 78

If none of the

be satisfied. The dispersion must be fine relative to the area of the sampling

plane A e and randomly dispersed so that statistical variations in Hm can be ...

If none of the

**elements**are lost to the system, a conservation equation must alsobe satisfied. The dispersion must be fine relative to the area of the sampling

plane A e and randomly dispersed so that statistical variations in Hm can be ...

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Herbert Herman. The spacing of points in a hexagonal array also was

determined for round targets so that the local area percentage of the alloying

Dahlgren, 1979).

Herbert Herman. The spacing of points in a hexagonal array also was

determined for round targets so that the local area percentage of the alloying

**element**of points was the same as the area percentage for the entire target (Dahlgren, 1979).

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R JAMES | 2 |

Principles of XRay Stress Measurement | 4 |

Control of Accuracy and Precision | 25 |

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