intergranular


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intergranular

[¦in·tər′gran·yə·lər]
(science and technology)
Occurring between grains.
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In this zone we can also see dimples, which were formed due to mixed intergranular ductile fracturing.
One type of corrosion you can easily spot around steel fasteners, as one example, is exfoliation corrosion, which is an advanced form of intergranular corrosion.
The concept of intergranular strain assumes that the total strain is composed of a small elastic strain of a layer between the soil grains (intergranular strain) and the strain caused by a mutual shift and rotation of grains.
ASTM G28 Methods A & B) - Susceptibility to Intergranular Corrosion
H N G Wadley, C B Scruby and G Shrimpton, Quantitative acoustic emission source characterisation during low temperature cleavage and intergranular fracture, Acta Metallurgica, Vol.
The fracture surfaces show the semiductile mode due to mixed intergranular and transgranular fracture mode.
Macroscopic and microstructural analysis revealed that the cause of failure had been initiated by intergranular corrosion, crack growth through fatigue, and resultant failure from tensile stress.
Cohesive element-based approaches have been previously used for modeling intergranular crack paths [16-18].
Titanium and its alloys, having a low density, high specific mechanical properties and specific strength, have high corrosion resistance (resistance to intergranular and other types of corrosion).
2004) found that PCD tool wear was due to intergranular wear and partial cleavage fracture, and microcracking was a key factor influencing PCD tool wear.

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