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The Ms values calculated from the dependences proposed before Ref. 10 appeared are considerably higher than in this study, as expected from the viewpoint of Eq. (6). 2) are shown in Figure 2 for the Fe-JSCr-SNi and Fe-lSCr-IONi alloys. 2 values resulted from the different thermal treatments of the initial alloys. 2 was obtained for single crystals in this study and for the high-purity alloys in the studies reported in Refs. 10 and II. The Mso. values were obtained by the dilatometric and magnetometric methods.
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. R. Rice et al. 7 The I-integral can be obtained by the following equation: J=_I_ [3tPd(dc)-Pdc], (1) 2m 2 0 where r is a radius of a circular neck, P is a tension force and dc is a displacement between Unit: mm Detail ofEDM notch Figure 3.
The texture of the martensite crystals is also formed under these conditions. It is assumed that the formation of the martensite texture during low temperature deformation (240-77 K) of the alloys studied contributes significantly to their plasticity increase. INTRODUCTION When fcc metals and alloys undergo deformation, their dislocation structure changes and substructures such as chaotic, dislocation pileups, inhomogenous net, cellular, twinning and other formations develop in a certain sequence [I].