How to Read Time Temperature Transformation Diagrams


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A time temperature transformation diagram is also know as _____.

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1. Cooling rate affects _____ of a material.

2. _____ is the arrangement of phases in a material on the microscopic scale.

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

The use of time temperature transformation (TTT) diagrams is the focal point of this quiz and worksheet combo. The quiz will ask you about another name for a TTT diagram, along with a question about the x-axis and y-axis as they are used in TTT diagrams.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Check your knowledge of TTT diagrams with quiz questions that focus on these concepts:

  • What cooling rate affects
  • The arrangement of phases in a material at the microscopic level
  • The name for a material's region that is uniform on the atomic scale
  • How the x-axis and y-axis are used in a TTT diagram

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can give another proper name for a TTT diagram
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about phase arrangement in material
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about the x-axis and y-axis

Additional Learning

For some more practice, check out the lesson titled How to Read Time Temperature Transformation Diagrams. Inside, you can find the extra topics mentioned below:

  • Defining phases
  • Visual representations of TTT diagrams
  • Blacksmiths and their work as it relates to TTT diagrams