The microstructure of materials can affect materials properties, which in turn influence the selection and application of materials in industrial settings.
Microstructure analysis delivers vital information on how the material was made and the quality of the resulting material. It allows determining if a component was made from specified material and if the material received the proper processing treatment, becoming a powerful tool in R&D and QC to assess its fitness for purpose.
To learn more on microstructural analysis, download our free case study below.
The article walks you through each step of the examination, from low to high magnification of the samples, and provides valuable insight into microstructure analysis, its applications, and benefits.
A case study on the microstructural examination of four cross-sections of stainless steel tubes.