transgranular

transgranular

[¦tranz′gran·yə·lər]
(metallurgy)
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This type of corrosion exhibits transgranular morphology and has been known to have corrosion on the pipe surface associated with it.
Furthermore, our discussion will be primarily restricted to what is commonly called "Stage II" growth, which tends to be transgranular in the absence of environmental effects and follows a path normal to the maximum principal tensile stress.
Tensile test showed that the joint efficiency by ER2319 and ER4043 welding wires reached up to 78% and 69%,with a transgranular type of failure (Huang et al.
The interface between the film and the underlying grains shows cracks and voids and the bulk material below the tribofilm contains an extensive system of inter and transgranular cracks into and parallel with the surface
In addition to the main cracks, the SnCu + Ni alloy contains many narrow transgranular cracks (Figure 13 a, b).
The effect of the interfacial adhesion on compatibilization was assessed through the proportion of transgranular type of fracture with respect to the intergranular one.
Cleavage facets form in body-centered cubic (BCC) and hexagonal close-packed (HCP) metals when the crack path follows a well-defined transgranular crystallographic plane (e.
Uma vez recombinado, a pressao do gas e alta o suficiente para fazer escoar a matriz e iniciar a trinca que normalmente se propaga de maneira transgranular.
The 304L specimens exposed to the salt mixtures fractured without substantial plastic deformation, showing fractographic features typical of transgranular SCC.
The cracks followed the Au/Sn needles when they were aligned close to the propagation path, but they were often transgranular, following paths through the Au/Sn needles instead of beside them as is common in eutectic solders.
Examples would be the change from transgranular to intergranular fracture and the attainment of a time-temperature combination that causes a sharp drop in hardness.