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Free book downloads
Two books published by the Institute are available for free download from the University of Cambridge website.
Physical properties of martensite and bainite
Special Report no. 93, Iron and Steel Institute
The mechanisms of phase transformations in crystalline solids
Proceedings of the international symposium, Manchester, 3-5 July 1968,
Monograph and Report Series no. 33, Institute of Metals