Worked Examples in the Geometry of Crystals
by H. K. D. H. Bhadeshia
Publisher: Institute of Metals 2006
Number of pages: 113
The monograph begins with an introduction to the range of topics that can be handled using the concepts developed in detail in later chapters. The introduction also serves to familiarize the reader with the notation used. The other chapters cover orientation relationships, aspects of deformation, martensitic transformations and interfaces.
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