ductile fracture


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ductile fracture

[¦dək·təl ′frak·chər]
(mechanics)
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In the static failure zone on specimens' CT3 and CT4 sides ductile fracture took place.
A study of Inconel 718 dependency on stress triaxiality and Lode angle in plastic deformation and ductile fracture.
The FEA model uses Oyane's ductile fracture criterion to predict whether fracture has occurred in the material and also to predict the location of fracture if it occurs.
Hybrid experimental-numerical analysis of basic ductile fracture experiments for sheet metals, International Journal of Solids and Structures 47(9): 1130-1143.
Simulation of J-R curves for reactor pressure vessels steels on the basis of a ductile fracture model.
This result shows that water losses can significantly affect the fracture properties of elytra enough that the material, which normally exhibits ductile fracture properties, can change to instead fracture in a brittle manner.
The contributors study the ductile fracture strain and fracture toughness of irradiated steels, the effect of stress relief time on the transition temperature of Linde 80 welds, and the kinetics of helium bubble formation in nuclear materials.
In destructive testing of a back plane header, Zenite 6130LX provided a 21% improvement in resistance to breakage, a 32% increase in deflection before fracture and a more ductile fracture mode.
Although metallic, ceramic, polymer and biological structures have been imaged, the emphasis of USAXS imaging research has mostly been on creep cavitation and ductile fracture in metals.
The figure shows dimples typical of ductile fracture, with only superficial cracking, in contrast, the fracture surface of the 304L specimen in Fig 2b shows fanlike morphological features typical of transgranular SCC cracking of austenitic stainless steel and no evidence of ductile fracture.