Calculating Retained Austenite in Steel Post Magnetic Processing Using X-Ray Diffraction

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dc.contributor.author Pappas, Nathan
dc.date.accessioned 2020-09-03T18:28:16Z
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dc.date.issued 2006
dc.identifier.citation Pappas, N. (2006). Calculating Retained Austenite in Steel Post Magnetic Processing Using X-ray Diffraction. Mathematics Exchange, 4(1), 8-14. en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://cardinalscholar.bsu.edu/handle/123456789/202323
dc.description Article published in Mathematics Exchange, 4(1), 2006. en_US
dc.description.abstract During the summer of 2006, I had the opportunity to participate in an intern-ship through the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) at Oak Ridge NationalLaboratory (ORNL). ORNL is the nations largest national laboratory that isfunded by the DOE. ORNL is known best for developing the technology forthe atomic bomb and was a classified area for many years. Today ORNL’sresearch spans all areas of science from robotics and particle accelerators, tomaterial science and hybrid lighting systems. I worked in the Materials Scienceand Technology Division with the Diffraction and Thermophysical PropertiesGroup and was assigned to work on two projects under Dr. Thomas Watkins.The first project was to alter code for a residual stress program to accept newdata files and the second was to calculate retained austenite in steel. I spentthe majority of my time collecting and calculating data on sample of steel usingx-ray diffraction. To understand the process of calculating retained austenite using x-ray diffraction, we must first know what austenite and x-ray diffraction are. en_US
dc.title Calculating Retained Austenite in Steel Post Magnetic Processing Using X-Ray Diffraction en_US
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