• Martensite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martensite Martensite is a very hard form of steel crystalline structure. It is named after the German metallurgist Adolf Martens (1850–1914). By analogy the term can also refer to any crystal structure that is formed by diffusionless transformation. Martensite includes a class of hard minerals that occur as lath- or plate-shaped crystal grains.
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  • Martensite - definition of martensite by The Free Dictionary

    www.thefreedictionary.com/martensite Define martensite. martensite synonyms, martensite pronunciation, martensite translation, English dictionary definition of martensite. n. A solid solution of iron and up to one percent of carbon, the chief constituent of hardened carbon tool steels. mar′ten·sit′ic adj. n metallurgy a...
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  • Martinite | Definition of Martinite by Lexico

    www.lexico.com/en/definition/martinite What does martinite mean? martinite is defined by the lexicographers at Oxford Dictionaries as A (supposed) variety of whitlockite containing carbonate.
  • Martensite | Definition of Martensite at Dictionary.com

    www.dictionary.com/browse/martensite Martensite definition, a metastable microconstituent of any of various forms of carbon steel, produced by undercooling sufficiently below the normal transformation temperature, especially a hard, brittle product of the decomposition of austenite, produced in this way. See more.
  • Martensite - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    www.sciencedirect.com/topics/materials-science/martensite Martensite in ferrous alloys generally takes the form of lenticular plates as seen in Figure 1 for an Fe–Pt alloy. This morphology is readily understood because a lenticular plate, as a mechanical twin, is a low-strain energy shape in a “shear” transformation. However, other adaptations are found in ferrous alloys.
  • Austenite Martensite Bainite Pearlite and Ferrite ...

    www.twi-global.com/.../faq-what-are-the-microstructural-constituents-austenit... Martensite is formed in steels when the cooling rate from austenite is sufficiently fast. It is a very hard constituent, due to the carbon which is trapped in solid solution. Unlike decomposition to ferrite and pearlite, the transformation to martensite does not involve atom diffusion, but rather occurs by a sudden diffusionless shear process.
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    www.threeplanes.net/martensite.html Martensite. Martensite is a body-centered tetragonal form of iron in which some carbon is dissolved. Martensite forms during quenching, when the face centered cubic lattice of austenite is distored into the body centered tetragonal structure without the loss of its contained carbon atoms into cementite and ferrite.Instead, the carbon is retained in the iron crystal structure, which is ...
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