SEM experimental system was employed to investigate the fracture behavior of particle reinforced metal matrix composites (91%wt tungsten alloys) by in-situ experiments. The fracture patterns of tungsten alloys under tensile loading were examined. Multi-particle unit cell models containing some important microstructure characteristics of tungsten alloys were established. By using fixed point iteration method, the displacement constraint conditions were applied on the multi-particle unit cell and the mechanical properties of tungsten alloys under tensile loadings were simulated. Comparison of the experimental results and the numerical predictions shows a good agreement between them, verifying the rationality of the FE models using the fixed point iteration method.