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T h u s , in going from Position 1 to Position 3 , an energy of — mg {hx — h3) is released. 2 Activation energy — mechanical analogue. Note: (a) corresponds to activation energy required to go from the metastable to the stable situation, (b) corresponds to activation required to go from the stable to metastable position, considerably greater than (a) H o w e v e r , the m o v e m e n t from Position 1 to Position 3 cannot occur spontaneously. Energy must be supplied to raise the block to position 2 before it can fall to Position 3.

5. 1 Model Diffusion controlled growth of a fixed number of particles η 3/2 Growth of a fixed number of particles limited by the interface process 3 Diffusion controlled growth of cylinders in axial direction only 1 Diffusion controlled growth of discs of constant thickness 2 Growth of dislocations 2/3 Nucleation at a constant rate and diffusion controlled growth 5/2 Growth of a fixed number of eutectoid cells 3 Nucleation at a constant rate and growth of a eutectoid 4 Shear transformations (martensitic reactions) 55 the time exponent, n, which have b e e n derived from this type of transformation, collected from many w o r k e r s , notably A v r a m i and has described the various transformation models t h e values are found t o represent.

T h e weight average value of this electron vacancy n u m b e r for the matrix of a super alloy after precipitation indicates the susceptibility of the alloy to the formation of sigma phase in service. 5 the alloy is free from the formation of sigma phase. A n assessment of this type can b e very valuable since sigma phase only develops over very long periods of time and so laboratory testing for the formation of sigma phase is extremely laborious and time consuming. A simple calculation of the type proposed by Barrett is a very rewarding short cut for the alloy developer.

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