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Table 2 lists the JETT specimen code and the test results. When the JETT was performed, two or three extensometers were attached to the specimen to cancel the bending component. The type of the extensometer, the way of attachment and the gage length was different among the affiliations, but the stroke rate was arranged to be almost same. J - EVALUATION J calculation of the CT specimen was conducted according to ASTM E813-89. On the JETT specimen, a conventional calculation formula presented by 1.
Y. Rigo, F. Lecroisey and T. Mori, Relation between applied stress and orientation relationship of u-- martensite in stainless steel single crystal, Acta. , 22:313 (1974). 10. G. Stone and G. Thomas. Deformation induced alpha and epsilon martensites in Fe-NiCr single crystals, Mat. Trans. 5:2095 (1974). 27 CEC/ICMC Plenary Speakers (I to r) Juergen Gerhold, Robert Richardson, and Kenneth Johnson DEPENDENCE OF THE TEMPERATURE OF THE MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATION ONSET UPON THE YIELD STRENGTH OF AUSTENITE M.
Examples are To = SIS K for the FeISCr-SNi alloy and To = 260 K for the Fe-l SCr-1 ONi alloy. 2 /615 ), where Ms is in kelvins. The comparison between extrapolation and experiment shows that the extrapolated To for Fe-1SCr-IONi is close to the equilibrium temperature of the y and E phases (To = 250 K). 12 Thus, it is possible to conclude that, on cooling, the Fe-ISCr-IONi alloy undergoes first a y~ E transformation, and then the E-phase immediately transforms into a-martensite; that is, the transformation is y ~ E ~ a.
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials : Volume 46, Part A by J. Gerhold (auth.), U. Balu Balachandran, K. Ted Hartwig, Donald U. Gubser, Victoria A. Bardos (eds.)