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

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002° 20 or + 0 . 002° 20 - 0 . 0088° 20 or + 0 . 0088° 20 - 0 . 0068° 20 or + 0 .

0068° 20 - axis displacement , Ax ' = + 0 . 025 mm Maximum total errors ( a ) in -

20 direction ( b ) in + 20 direction Maximum

0 .

002° 20 or + 0 . 002° 20 - 0 . 0088° 20 or + 0 . 0088° 20 - 0 . 0068° 20 or + 0 .

0068° 20 - axis displacement , Ax ' = + 0 . 025 mm Maximum total errors ( a ) in -

20 direction ( b ) in + 20 direction Maximum

**error**in stress for steel - 0 . 008° 20 +0 .

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method yields } the

stress measurements of steel with CrKą radiation ( 20 = 156° ) . This is another

factor favoring the stationary slit method . A defocusing

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method yields } the

**error**as in parafocusing in the range of 20 , appropriate forstress measurements of steel with CrKą radiation ( 20 = 156° ) . This is another

factor favoring the stationary slit method . A defocusing

**error**exists when using a...

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Consequently , the largest potential TDS

222 ) - ( 444 ) pair , while the smallest should be for the ( 222 ) - ( 333 ) pair . Both

sets of data fit the solid ( average ) curve of Fig . 15 equally well , and one must ...

Consequently , the largest potential TDS

**error**should be associated with the (222 ) - ( 444 ) pair , while the smallest should be for the ( 222 ) - ( 333 ) pair . Both

sets of data fit the solid ( average ) curve of Fig . 15 equally well , and one must ...

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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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