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Isothermal martensitic transformations

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a G.V. Kurdyumov Institite ofMetal Science and Physics, State Research Centre ofthe Russian Federation, I.P. Bardin Central Research Institute ofFerrous Metallurgy, 2-ya Baumanskaya ul. 9/23, Moscow, 105005, Russian Federation

Martensitic transformations have long been considered most characteristically athermal — in the sense that they develop, with changing temperature, at a tremendous temperature-independent rate and cease to occur at isothermal conditions. Over the past decades, however, isothermal martensitic transformations (IMTs), which develop at low temperatures for a long time, have been discovered and studied. This review covers basic experimental data on IMT kinetics, discusses the way IMTs are affected by various influences, examines the current theoretical understanding of their nature, and looks at how they relate to kinetically different phase transformations and other thermally activated low-temperature processes in solids.

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PACS: 64.70.Kb, 81.30.-f, 81.30.Kf (all)
DOI: 10.1070/PU2005v048n07ABEH002005
URL: https://ufn.ru/en/articles/2005/7/d/
Citation: Lobodyuk V A, Estrin E I "Isothermal martensitic transformations" Phys. Usp. 48 713–732 (2005)
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