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

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This produces a nonrandom distribution in the interplanar spacing , which is

related to any texture developed during the plastic deformation process . Marion

and Cohen ( 1974 ) developed a distribution

variation in ...

This produces a nonrandom distribution in the interplanar spacing , which is

related to any texture developed during the plastic deformation process . Marion

and Cohen ( 1974 ) developed a distribution

**function**f ( 4 ) describing thevariation in ...

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The distribution

obtained by measuring the texture only in the region of the pole figure for which

the residual lattice strain is measured . This is readily accomplished by simply ...

The distribution

**function**describes the variation of d with orientation and isobtained by measuring the texture only in the region of the pole figure for which

the residual lattice strain is measured . This is readily accomplished by simply ...

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Finally for a disordered magnetic alloy where there may exist a continuous

distribution of hyperfine fields represented by a probability

coefficients of ...

Finally for a disordered magnetic alloy where there may exist a continuous

distribution of hyperfine fields represented by a probability

**function**P ( H ) , this**function**may be approximated by a set of trigonometrical**functions**thecoefficients of ...

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### Contents

R JAMES | 2 |

Principles of XRay Stress Measurement | 4 |

Control of Accuracy and Precision | 25 |

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