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Subsequent grain growth occurs by interdiffusion of atoms and vacancies across grain boundaries. However, grain growth is mitigated by interstitial and solute ‘‘atmospheres’’ that tend to exert a drag on moving grain boundaries. Grain growth is also associated with the disappearance of smaller grains and the enhanced growth of larger grains. Due to the combined effects of these factors, a limiting grain size is soon reached. The rate at which this limiting grain size is reached depends on the annealing duration and the amount of prior cold work introduced during deformation processing via forging, rolling, swaging, and/or extrusion.

The text is well illustrated with diagrams and case studies that make it easier to understand the basic concepts. Askeland, D. (1996) The Science and Engineering of Materials. , PWS-Kent Publishing, Boston, MA. This is a very good introductory textbook. In particular, the treatment of ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy is excellent. Callister, W. D. (1994) Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction. 5th ed. John Wiley, New York. This is an excellent introductory textbook to materials science and engineering.

The transformations produced after such controlled cooling are generally not predicted by TTT diagrams. The microstructures produced at controlled cooling rates are generally represented on continuous cooling–transformation (CCT) diagrams. A CCT diagram for a eutectoid steel is shown in Fig. 23. For comparison, isothermal transformation curves and times for the same eutectoid steel are also shown in dashed lines in Fig. 23. Note that the CCT curves are shifted downwards and to the right, since part of the time was spent at elevated temperature where the nucleation initiated more slowly (in comparison with Copyright © 2003 Marcel Dekker, Inc.

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