Master of Science
Materials Science and Engineering
Krauss, George E.
Cyclic martensitic transformation was performed on two Fe-Ni-.3C base alloys containing the carbide-forming elements Cr or V and on a plain Fe-Ni-.3C alloy. Martensite was formed by cooling in liquid nitrogen and austenite was produced by heating in molten salt or lead to reversal temperatures selected to be approximately 10 C above the appropriate temperature determined by quantitative X-ray measurements of martensite.
Apple, Charles Arthur, "The effect of carbide-forming elements on the structure and mechanical properties produced produced by cyclic transformation" (1969). Theses and Dissertations. 3711.