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Provenance of Source Code

Tracey Cool* and H. K. D. H. Bhadeshia,
Phase Transformations Group,
Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy,
University of Cambridge,
Cambridge, U.K.

*TC is now with the Materials Engineering Department, Parsons Power Generation Systems Ltd, Heaton Works, Shields Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE6 2YL

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Provides dilatometric data on the austenite transformation of wrought steels and weld deposits on heating at differing rates.

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The tar file acdb.tar contains three files. File acdb.data contains the chemical composition of the steels studied followed by measured Ac1 and Ac3 temperatures at three different heating rates, while files acdb.info and acdb.tex are, respectively, text and plain TeX versions of this documentation.

Data are arranged in columns as follows :-

Column 1 is Sample ID.

Column 2 is Carbon concentration (weight%)

Column 3 is Silicon concentration (weight%)

Column 4 is Manganese concentration (weight%)

Column 5 is Sulphur concentration (weight%)

Column 6 is Phosphorus concentration (weight%)

Column 7 is Nickel concentration (weight%)

Column 8 is Chromium concentration (weight%)

Column 9 is Molybdenum concentration (weight%)

Column 10 is Vanadium concentration (weight%)

Column 11 is Cobalt concentration (weight%)

Column 12 is Tungsten concentration (weight%)

Column 13 is Niobium concentration (weight%)

Column 14 is Nitrogen concentration (weight%) (N if not available)

Column 15 is Oxygen concentration (weight%) (N if not available)

Column 16 is Ac1 for heating rate of 5 °Cs-1/°C

Column 17 is Ac1 for heating rate of 10 °Cs-1/°C

Column 18 is Ac1 for heating rate of 20 °Cs-1/°C

Column 19 is Ac3 for heating rate of 5 °Cs-1/°C

Column 20 is Ac3 for heating rate of 10 °Cs-1/°C

Column 21 is Ac3 for heating rate of 20 °Cs-1/°C

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1. Tracey Cool, Design of Steel Weld Deposits, PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge, 1996

2. Tracey Cool and H.K.D. Bhadeshia, Austenite Formation in 9Cr1Mo Type Power Plant Steels, Science and Technology of Welding and Joining Volume 2 Number 1 (1997) 36-42

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materials, data, dilatation, dilatometric data, austenite, wrought, steel, transformation, weld, weld deposit, heating

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