Definition of Granular pearlite
1. Noun. If steel or iron cool very slowly the cementite may occur in globules instead of in layers.
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Literary usage of Granular pearlite
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1. Metallography by Samuel Leslie Hoyt (1921)
"granular pearlite is considered to be structurally stable so that it represents the condition which all steels tend to assume at temperatures ..."
2. The Metallography and Heat Treatment of Iron and Steel by Albert Sauveur (1918)
"... parallel lamellae alternately of ferrite and cementite. The name granular pearlite was first used by Sauveur to represent what is now called ..."
3. Metallography by Cecil Henry Desch (1922)
"This granular pearlite may be of all degrees of coarseness, the final stage being one in which the whole of the cementite is collected into a few isolated ..."
4. The Metallography of Iron and Steel by Albert Sauveur (1912)
"The name granular pearlite was first used by Sauveur to represent what is now called ... 19, granular pearlite, idem, Figure 18 on p. 36; Heyn am! ..."
5. Materials of Construction: Their Manufacture and Properties by Adelbert Philo Mills, Harrison Washburn Hayward (1922)
"It is called "granular" pearlite when the cementite forms fine globules in a matrix of ferrite, and "laminated" or "lamellar" pearlite when the ferrite and ..."
6. A Metallographic Study on Tungsten Steels by Axel Hultgren (1920)
"Steel B1; C = 0.75 Per Cent, W =1.6 Per Cent The structure of this steel, when annealed, is granular pearlite; when hardened, martensite. No WC is found. ..."
7. An Introduction to the Study of Metallurgy by William Chandler Roberts-Austen (1910)
"Pearlite may exist in several conditions in steel, according to the rate at which the metal has cooled down ; granular pearlite is obtained after fairly ..."