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The measured shear component is larger than expected from past experience.
This large shear component is consistent with the slender aspect of the ferrite plates.
This dissertation is submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge, and is an account of work carried out in the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy from October 2002–2005 under the supervision of Professor H. Parts of this thesis have been published previously in journals, much of Chapter 5 has been published in “Three-Dimensional Atom Probe Analysis of Carbon Distribution in Low-Temperature Bainite” by Peet, Babu, Miller and Bhadeshia . Without Mike Miller, Kay Russel and Suresh Babu the atom probe work would not have been possible.
This dissertation contains less than sixty thousand words. It gives me pleasure to thank Mary Vickers, David Vowles and David Nicol who provided much useful assistance and advice for X–ray diﬀraction, scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy, and Harald Dobberstein and Jon Rickard in the Cavendish Laboratory for their assistance in the use of the focused ion beam microscope.
It may be that the small size of the features makes it much more diﬃcult to measure the shear component as compared to transformation at higher temperatures.