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Evidence supporting reversible martensitic transformation under cyclic loading on Fe-Mn-Si-Al alloys using ${it in situ}$ neutron diffraction

Sawaguchi, Takahiro*; Tomota, Yo*; Yoshinaka, Fumiyoshi*; Harjo, S.   

Fe-Mn-Si-based alloys, show superior resistance to plastic fatigue compared to the conventional steels, which is ascribed to the reversible back-and-forth movement of Shockley partial dislocations associated with a reversible martensitic transformation between the face-centered cubic $$gamma$$-austenite and hexagonal close-packed $$epsilon$$-martensite. The purpose of this study was to gather evidence of the reversible martensitic transformation using in situ neutron diffraction under cyclic loading. Three Fe-30Mn-Si-Al alloys with different Gibbs free energy differences at 298 K were studied to unravel the effect of phase stability on the degree of reversibility.



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Category:Materials Science, Multidisciplinary



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