"Crystallographically equivalent interstitial sites are energetically equivalent when the host crystal is free of any fields. This situation is shown in Fig. Pl from which it may be appreciated that the difference of the free energy of the "crystal" with an interstitial "I" located in "x" and "y" sites, respectively, is equal to zero. This energy equivalence of the various interstitial sites is destroyed when the host crystal is subjected to fields such as strain fields, magnetization fields or a combination of both as may be appreciated from Figs. P2 through P4. In this case, the interstitials will preferentially occupy certain sites. This preferential occupation will lead to anelasticity, magnetic disaccommodation and magnetostrictive aftereffects as will be described later"--Preface, page vi.
Weart, H. W. (Harry Waldron), 1927-
Sparlin, Don M.
Materials Science and Engineering
M.S. in Metallurgical Engineering
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
University of Missouri--Rolla
xv, 14 pages
© 1974 Raj N. Master, All rights reserved.
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Iron-nickel alloys -- Testing
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Master, Raj N., "Magnetostrictive aftereffects in a dilute 50Fe-50Ni-C alloy" (1974). Masters Theses. 3437.
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