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I n the last column, we discussed the construction and application of Time Temperature Transformation or Isothermal Transformation diagrams.

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The CCT diagram of the austenite transformations of the 45 steel during isothermal cooling. Dilatometric and microscopic analysis. The CCT diagram of the austenite transformations of the 45 steel during isochronal cooling makes possible to develop equations that enables prediction of structure and properties after conventional heat treatment.

Dilatometric method was applied in order to work out such diagram for 45 steel austenitized at o C. Structures appeared during applied cooling rates were presented. Shapes of dilatometric diagrams described austenite transformations and microstructures are mutually related.

During austenite to ferrite transformations separation for equiaxial and coniferous ferrite was possible. The border cooling rate at which coniferous ferrite starts to precipitate was determined as well as M s and M f temperatures. Shape of CCT diagram developed with use of isochronal cooling is different from conventional one. Obtained results were discussed on the literature basis. Relation between time-temperature transformation and continuous heating transformation diagrams of metallic glassy alloys.

The time-temperature transformation TTT diagrams for the onset of devitrification of the Ge-Ni-La and Cu-Hf-Ti glassy alloys were calculated from the isothermal differential calorimetry data using an Arrhenius equation. The continuous heating transformation CHT diagrams for the onset of devitrification of the glassy alloys were subsequently recalculated from TTT diagrams.

The recalculation method used for conversion of the TTT into CHT diagrams produces reasonable results and is not sensitive to the type of the devitrification reaction polymorphous or primary transformation. The diagrams allow to perform a comparison of the stabilities of glassy alloys on a long-term scale. The relationship between these diagrams is discussed. An approach for continuous cooling transformation CCT diagrams of aluminium alloys.

Two different kinds of time temperature transformation TTT diagrams are known. The first one are isothermal transformation IT diagrams and the second one continuous cooling transformation CCT diagrams. These diagrams are important for the correct heat treatment of aluminium alloys, because they provide information about the required quenching rate, which is necessary to obtain a supersaturated solid solution during age hardening.

Furthermore, it is possible to determine the lowest quenching rate, which permits both a high strength and a small distortion of the component after age hardening. In the literature IT diagrams for different aluminium alloys are available. To determine these diagrams , a solution annealing followed by quenching to defined temperatures is necessary. At these temperatures the alloy is kept isothermally until a transformation has started. These diagrams are not directly portable on continuous cooling, because of the different cooling paths.

The thermal cycle preceding the isothermal step influences the decomposition kinetics at temperature corresponding to the eutectoid and martensitic mechanisms, but not in the range where the bainitic transformation occurs. The ternary additions, even at very low concentration have a considerable effect on the stability.

When the concentration decreases the martensitic mechanism is active at progressively higher temperature, diminishing to the point of disappearance the temperature range where the transformation is considered as being of the bainitic mode. The aim of this study was to investigate the glass forming ability of 12 different drugs by the determination of continuous cooling and isothermal transformation diagrams in order to elucidate if an inherent differentiation between the drugs with respect to their the glass forming ability can be made.

Continuous-cooling- transformation CCT and time-temperature- transformation TTT diagrams of the drugs were developed in order to predict the critical cooling rate necessary to convert the drug from the melt into an amorphous form.

Thus, the glass forming ability can be predicted by the use of TTT diagrams. In contrast to TTT diagrams , CCT diagrams may not be suitable for small organic molecules due to poor separation of exothermic events, which makes it difficult to determine the zone of recrystallization. In conclusion, this study shows that glass forming ability of drugs can be predicted by TTT diagrams. Martensitic transformation behaviour in sensitized SUS austenitic stainless steel during isothermal holding at low temperature.

We investigated martensitic transformation behaviour in sensitized SUS austenitic stainless steel to determine the stability of the austenitic phase at low temperatures. We found that a specimen that was sensitized at K for h exhibits an isothermal martensitic transformation when the specimen is held in the temperature range between 60 and K. We constructed a time-temperature- transformation TTT diagram corresponding to the formation of 0.

A magnetization measurement was used to evaluate the volume fraction of a'-martensite. In-situ optical microscope observations reveal that the double C-curve is due to two different transformation sequences. A scanning electron microscope observation reveals that carbide particles of M 23 C 6 are formed in the grain boundaries. The concentration difference between the centre of the grains and regions near grain boundaries is the reason for the difference in the isothermal transformation sequence for the sensitized SUS stainless steel.

Specifically, WAPS 1. The T g of a glass is an indicator of the approximate temperature where the supercooled liquid converts to a solid on cooling or conversely, where the solid begins to behave as a viscoelastic solid on heating. A TTT diagram identifies the crystalline phases that can form as a function of time and temperature for a given waste type or more specifically, the borosilicate glass waste form.

Additional phase transformation information exists for other projected compositions, but overall these compositions did not cover composition regions estimated for future waste processing. To develop TTT diagrams for future waste types, the Savannah River National Laboratory SRNL fabricated two caches of glass from reagent grade oxides to simulate glass compositions which would be likely processed with and without Al dissolution. These were used for glass transition temperature measurement and TTT diagram development.

The glass transition temperatures of both glasses were measured using differential scanning calorimetry DSC and were recorded to be C and C.

Using the previous TTT diagrams as guidance. Observations of the structure of commercial zircaloy-2 have been made in the microscope showing that the high temperature beta phase is transformed isothermally at lower temperatures into alpha plus secondary precipitate. The alpha occurs mainly as Widmanstaetten plates developed by a shear mechanism. The secondary precipitate is formed from the beta - alpha structure at the phase boundary between these phases. This precipitation of particles of secondary phase occurs on account of a eutectoid reaction, alpha also being formed.

A time-temperature transformation diagram has been constructed from the observations. Full Text Available Time-temperature-precipitation TTP diagrams deliver important material data, such as temperature and time ranges critical for precipitation during the quenching step of the age hardening procedure. Although the quenching step is continuous, isothermal TTP diagrams are often applied.

Together with a so-called Quench Factor Analysis, they can be used to describe very different cooling paths. Typically, these diagrams are constructed based on mechanical properties or microstructures after an interrupted quenching, i. In recent years, an in situ calorimetric method to record continuous cooling precipitation diagrams of aluminum alloys has been developed to the application level by our group.

This method has now been transferred to isothermal experiments, in which the whole heat treatment cycle was performed in a differential scanning calorimeter.

The Al-Mg-Si-wrought alloy A was investigated. Based on the heat flow curves during isothermal soaking, TTP diagrams were determined.

An appropriate evaluation method has been developed. It was found that three different precipitation reactions in characteristic temperature intervals exist. Some of the low temperature reactions are not accessible in continuous cooling experiments and require isothermal studies. Isothermal martensitic transformation as an internal-stress-increasing process. Based on the results that the magnitude of the stabilization of retained austenite increases with increasing the amount of martensite transformed , it has been assumed that the martensitic transformation is accompanied with an increase in internal resisting stress which subsequently results in the stabilization of retained austenite.

By simplifying this internal resisting stress to be a type of hydrostatic compressive stress acting on retained austenite due to surrounding martensite plates, a thermodynamical analysis for an isothermal martensitic transformation under applied hydrostatic pressure has been performed.

The calculated results, to some extent, show a good agreement with the experimental data. A transformation between these two languages enables the integration of different levels of abstraction in. Su, Xuping [Inst. The focus of the work has been concentrated on the Zn-rich corner which is relevant to general galvanizing.

Experimental results indicate that Si solubility in all four binary Zn-Fe compounds is limited. The Fe solubility in molten Zn was found to decrease with increasing Si content in the melt. The liquid phase boundary was determined using a model based phenomenological approach. Continuous cooling transformation diagrams for 6XXX aluminium alloys. Continuous cooling transformation diagrams of aluminum solid solution decomposition in range of cooling rates deg.

Influence of cooling rate and chemical composition on temperatures of start and finish of solution decomposition was determined. Kinetics of first order phase transformation in metals and alloys.

Isothermal evolution in martensite transformation. The 11th lecture about microstructures and fluctuation in solids reports on the martensitic phase transformation of alkali metals and alloys. The martensitic transformation is a diffusionless first order phase transformation. Martensitic transformations are classified into two with respect to kinetics, one is isothermal transformation and the other is athermal transformation. The former transformation depends upon both temperature and time, but the latter solely depends on temperature.

The former does not have a definite transformation start temperature but occurs after some finite incubation time during isothermal holding. The isothermal martensitic transformation is changed to the athermal one under high magnetic field, and also the reverse transformation occurs under the application of hydrostatic pressure.

The athermal transformation was observed in Li and Na metals at 73 and 36 K, respectively. A neutron diffraction study has been performed on single crystals of metallic Na. On cooling the virgin sample, the incubation time to transform from the bcc structure to the low-temperature structure 9R structure is formed to be more than 2h at 38 K, 2 K higher than the transformation temperature of 36 K.

The full width of half maximum of the Bragg reflection suddenly increased, due to some deformation introduced by the nucleation of the low-temperature structure. In relation to the deformation, strong extra-diffuse scattering Huang scattering was observed around the Bragg reflection in addition to thermal diffuse scattering. The kinetics of the martensitic transformation in In-Tl alloys has been studied by x-ray and neutron diffraction methods.

A characteristic incubation time appeared at fixed temperature above Ms, the normal martensitic transformation start temperature. Full Text Available Unified Modeling Language UML is currently accepted as the standard for modeling object-oriented software, and its use is increasing in the aerospace industry.

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Hardenability of Steels

CCT diagrams are generally more appropriate for engineering applications as components are cooled air cooled, furnace cooled, quenched etc. Time-temperature transformation TTT diagrams Measure the rate of transformation at a constant temperature. In other words a sample is austenitised and then cooled rapidly to a lower temperature and held at that temperature whilst the rate of transformation is measured, for example by dilatometry. Obviously a large number of experiments is required to build up a complete TTT diagram. Given below is a typical TTT diagram. Continuous cooling transformation CCT diagrams Measure the extent of transformation as a function of time for a continuously decreasing temperature. In other words a sample is austenitised and then cooled at a predetermined rate and the degree of transformation is measured, for example by dilatometry.

Comparison of Measured Phase Volumes with Calculated ones Created by TTT-CCT Diagram Transformation

How they are plotted? TTT diagrams are time temperature transformation or isothermal transformation diagrams. CCT are continuous cooling transformation diagrams.

A new transformation kinetics for the solid-solid transformation, which includes the temperature-rate as one of the variables, is proposed from the phenomenological point of view, and the procedure to construct the T-T-T and C-C-T diagrams is discussed. As an application of the theory the diagrams for the eutectoid and bainitic transformations of two typical carbon steels are drawn. The results clearly prove that the theory proposed could work well in practical situations in the engineering field. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve.

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TTT Diagrams

This work presents continuous cooling transformation diagrams for different kinds of carbidic nodular cast iron. We investigated the cast iron, chemical composition of which in nodular cast iron allows the obtainment of a metal matrix which consists of: pearlite, upper bainite and its mixture with lower bainite, ausferrite and martensite when the casts were cooled in the mold. The influence of the rate of cooling on the obtained microstructure and hardness of the casts was shown.


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