ferritic and martensitic steels

Can a steel be ferritic AND martensitic at the same time?
Are martensitic steels a sub class of ferritic steeel or are a totally
different family?
A research made on crack initiation and growth in martensitic steels is useful for ferritic steel as well or not?
Thank you
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You need to read a book on the subject.
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David Deuchar wrote:

I second that.
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What book, please?
You know, I graduated in business administration, for me metallurgy is a branch of alchemy...
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massimo58 wrote:

Carroll Smith's "Engineer to Win" ..... how to engineer race cars that win and don't break.
Metallurgy for the race car enthusiast.... not the perfectionistic engineer or scientist.
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Not a bad choice, I might go for Materials for engineering
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or
Materials science and Engineering by WD Callister, but it is a text book.
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massimo58 wrote:

At my university, we used "Materials science and engineering - an introduction" by William D. Callister. Excellent and easy to read book. Don't be scared by the title :-)
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BTW: I noticed that somebody else already has recommended this book to you.
Med venlig hilsen / Best regards Martin Jrgensen
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What book, please?
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What book, please?
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