The Intercepts Grain Size Verses Sample Type

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The intercepts grain size verses sample type is shown in (fig 2). The dark blue is the non-rolled samples average intercept grain size. The dark red shows the 20% cold rolled samples average intercept grain size. The green shows the 40% cold rolled samples average intercept grain size. The purple shows the 40% hot rolled samples average intercept grain size. The med blue shows the 60% cold rolled samples average intercept grain size. The orange shows the 60% hot rolled samples average intercept grain size. The light blue shows the 80% cold rolled samples average intercept grain size and the pink shows the 80% hot rolled samples average intercept grain size. All samples are shown with standard deviation. Figure 2: graph of the intercept grain size vs sample Table 2 shows the average for each sample with one outlier removed. The standard deviation is based on one removed outlier. Table 2: shows the average mean intercepts grain size and standard deviation of samples: sample avg mean intercept grain size (um) STD AN0% 76.29 16.46 CR20% 63.23 12.04 CR40% 62.56 9.07 HR40% 57.46 13.87 CR60% 65.83 21.42 HR60% 35.41 9.27 CR80% 41.36 12.77 HR80% 31.21 10.95 Optical images Figure (3) shows the optical images of the samples, Annealed (AN), Cold rolled (CR), Hot rolled (HR).The designation is An is in section a, CR 20 is in section b, CR 40 is in section c, CR 60 is in section d, HR 60 is in section e, HR 40 is in section f, CR 80 is in section g, HR 80 is in section h, and HR

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