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000225640 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1038/srep40938
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000225640 245__ $$a{225} habit planes in martensitic steels: from the PTMC to a continuous model
000225640 269__ $$a2017
000225640 260__ $$aLondon$$bNature Publishing Group$$c2017
000225640 300__ $$a10
000225640 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000225640 520__ $$aFine twinned microstructures with {225}γ habit planes are commonly observed in martensitic steels. The present study shows that an equibalanced combination of twin-related variants associated to the Kurdjumov-Sachs orientation relationship is equivalent to the Bowles and Mackenzie’s version of the PTMC for this specific {225}γ case. The distortion associated to the Kurdjumov-Sachs orientation relationship results from a continuous modeling of the FCC-BCC transformation. Thus, for the first time, an atomic path can be associated to the PTMC.
000225640 6531_ $$amartensite
000225640 6531_ $$asteel
000225640 6531_ $$ahabit plane
000225640 6531_ $$acrystallography
000225640 700__ $$0249181$$aBaur, Annick Pauline$$g185827
000225640 700__ $$0248450$$aCayron, Cyril$$g112215
000225640 700__ $$0248074$$aLogé, Roland$$g243441
000225640 773__ $$j7$$q40938$$tScientific Reports
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