phase transformation


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phase transformation

[′fāz ‚tranz·fər‚mā·shən]
(electricity)
A change of polyphase power from three-phase to six-phase, from three-phase to twelve-phase, and so forth, by use of transformers.
(physics)
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Upon heating the material in the marten-sitic phase, a reverse phase transformation takes place and as a result the material transforms to austenite.
In the austenite phase transformation, the growth of the austenite grain is controlled by the diffusion of the element.
Strain dependant CCT diagrams for FE analysis were also investigated by other researchers [3] [4], which enhanced the understanding of the effect of plastic deformation on phase transformation during continuous cooling.
The efficacy of post-grinding heat treatments to induce reverse t-m phase transformation was also investigated.
For both sets of samples, iPB-Prop copolymers and blends of LDPE with iPB-1 Eth copolymers, the Form II to Form I phase transformation is completed after aging for I week, being evidenced by the absence of the Form 11 peaks.
Effect of Substrate on the Phase Transformation of TiO, in Pearlescent Pigment.
The temperatures of phase transformations was calculated considering the chemical composition of the steel [1]:
They know their effect on the phase transformation that takes place upon dilution.
Heat pattern of the F1 foil specimen with thick layers (Figure 5, a) represents wide peak of a complex shape; phase transformation starts approximately at 400 [degrees]C.
Acoustic emission is generated by microcracking and phase transformation in materials.
long-term stability of the miniature fixed-point cells also in case of temperatures and temperature cycles far above the phase transformation temperature;
Non-equilibrium phases can be associated with inherent abilities to undergo structural changes, which are manifested in rearrangements of particles, crack propagation, phase transformation, and inhomogeneities of various kinds.