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Structural and magnetic transformations in the Fe-Mn binary system

Marcio Milititsky, Nele Van Caenegem UGent and Bruno De Cooman (2008) STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL. 79(2). p.156-159
abstract
The phase transformations of five binary iron-manganese (Fe-Mn) alloys with manganese contents ranging from 1 to 21 weight percent have been characterized in the temperature range between room temperature and 1250 degrees C. Differential scanning calorimetry and dilatometry were used to experimentally characterize both the phases and magnetic transformation temperatures. X-ray diffraction and light optical microscopy were employed for the room temperature microstructure characterization. Depending on the manganese content of the alloy, three different crystal structures can be found: body centered cubic (bcc) (alpha/alpha '), face centered cubic (fcc) (gamma), and hexagonal compact (hcp) (epsilon). At manganese contents lower than 10% the phases present are the alpha/alpha ' (bcc) and gamma (fcc). Above similar to 10 weight percent manganese increasing amounts of epsilon (hcp) is formed at the expense of the body centered cubic structures, and no alpha/alpha ' (bcc) is observed for the 21 weight-percent manganese alloy.
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published
subject
keyword
FeMn, epsilon-martensite, thermal analysis, ALLOYS
journal title
STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL
Steel Res. Int.
volume
79
issue
2
pages
156 - 159
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000254195800013
JCR category
METALLURGY & METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING
JCR impact factor
0.344 (2008)
JCR rank
40/63 (2008)
JCR quartile
3 (2008)
ISSN
1611-3683
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
id
409363
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-409363
date created
2008-05-15 16:22:00
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2017-05-29 11:02:49
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  abstract     = {The phase transformations of five binary iron-manganese (Fe-Mn) alloys with manganese contents ranging from 1 to 21 weight percent have been characterized in the temperature range between room temperature and 1250 degrees C. Differential scanning calorimetry and dilatometry were used to experimentally characterize both the phases and magnetic transformation temperatures. X-ray diffraction and light optical microscopy were employed for the room temperature microstructure characterization. Depending on the manganese content of the alloy, three different crystal structures can be found: body centered cubic (bcc) (alpha/alpha '), face centered cubic (fcc) (gamma), and hexagonal compact (hcp) (epsilon). At manganese contents lower than 10\% the phases present are the alpha/alpha ' (bcc) and gamma (fcc). Above similar to 10 weight percent manganese increasing amounts of epsilon (hcp) is formed at the expense of the body centered cubic structures, and no alpha/alpha ' (bcc) is observed for the 21 weight-percent manganese alloy.},
  author       = {Milititsky, Marcio and Van Caenegem, Nele and De Cooman, Bruno},
  issn         = {1611-3683},
  journal      = {STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL},
  keyword      = {FeMn,epsilon-martensite,thermal analysis,ALLOYS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {156--159},
  title        = {Structural and magnetic transformations in the Fe-Mn binary system},
  volume       = {79},
  year         = {2008},
}

Chicago
Milititsky, Marcio, Nele Van Caenegem, and Bruno De Cooman. 2008. “Structural and Magnetic Transformations in the Fe-Mn Binary System.” Steel Research International 79 (2): 156–159.
APA
Milititsky, Marcio, Van Caenegem, N., & De Cooman, B. (2008). Structural and magnetic transformations in the Fe-Mn binary system. STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL, 79(2), 156–159.
Vancouver
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Milititsky M, Van Caenegem N, De Cooman B. Structural and magnetic transformations in the Fe-Mn binary system. STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL. 2008;79(2):156–9.
MLA
Milititsky, Marcio, Nele Van Caenegem, and Bruno De Cooman. “Structural and Magnetic Transformations in the Fe-Mn Binary System.” STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL 79.2 (2008): 156–159. Print.