1969-02-01

Measuring Tensile Strength with X-Rays 690264

An X-ray diffraction analysis involving integrated intensities was applied to a series of 99.85% Cu, 0.15% Cd alloys which had been cold-rolled and annealed. It is shown that the reduction in integrated intensity, due to extinction, can be correlated with tensile strength. In addition, it is shown that the annealing behavior of this alloy can be characterized by a “tempering parameter” containing both time and temperature.

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