transgranular

transgranular

[¦tranz′gran·yə·lər]
(metallurgy)
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Transgranular failure mechanism have changed into the intergranular and there are visible ductile failure traces' dimples.
4]C/2519Al is transgranular rupture, which has smooth fracture surface and intrinsic brittle fracture mode.
Furthermore hydrogen discharge at the pit tip promoted hydrogen diffusion and trapping in the martensitic matrix where high stress caused then microplasicity and transgranular cleavage fracture mechanisms anticipating intergranular brittle fracture.
In general, the dispersion of the ductile phase in the ceramic matrix grains can efficiently reduce the crack propagation and also tends to switch to the transgranular fracture mode [1921].
However, in order to simulate both transgranular and intergranular crack paths in an elastoplastic material, these interface elements are needed practically at every element-to-element boundary.
La condicion ideal es que la propagacion de la grieta sea transgranular con el contenido y tamano optimo de YAG.
En Ponson (2006), se reporta un valor de 0,76 [+ o -] 0,03 independiente de material y de velocidad de crecimiento en un rango que varia de ultra-lento (picometros por segundo) hasta rapido (metros por segundo), que se asocia a una ruptura transgranular.
Se puede observar algunas regiones de fractura transgranular (fractura ductil) y otras con mayor presencia de fractura intergranular, esto es, el tipo de fractura que exhibieron estas probetas es fractura fragil.
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.
2] stress corrosion cracking characteristics include cracking that is transgranular, localized near welds, and is associated with pitting and "ring worm" corrosion.