By A. Strang, J. Cawley
The 5th within the sequence of overseas meetings on excessive Temperature fabrics, the papers during this quantity hide the processing and houses of Ti alloys for car, aerospace, and different excessive temperature functions.
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50 Planimetric Fig. 6 Comparison of lineal and planimetric. 6 grain size unit for the planimetric. Figure 6 correlates the results from each specimen given in Fig. 5. l ' The clustering effect is due to the variation from specimen to specimen. 5 grain size unit of each other. '? In Figs 7 and 8 the grain size numbers are given for the different fields measured in the different specimens using the lineal and planimetric methods. The data strongly suggest that the grain size was not varying significantly within a given specimen.
Quantitative Microscopy of High Temperature Materials by A. Strang, J. Cawley