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A series of movies to help revise metallography. The larger movies have longer dwell times on individual images in order to allow a teacher to describe the image. The movies are produced by Roz Williams and Harry Bhadeshia, converted into electronic format by Brian Barber.
Annealing twins (austenitic steel), mechanical twins (zinc), mechanical twins (explosively deformed iron), martensite and retained austenite, shape deformation due to martensite, aluminium-silicon casting alloys, sodium-modified Al-Si and metallic superconductors.
Cast irons: flake, spheroidal, white cast iron, cam and cam shaft, nickel-hard iron, and silal.
These movies represent the 'Atomic Arrangements: Design and Control Project' between Japan and the U.K., during 1991-1995.
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