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Authors: A.J. McEvily
Abstract:The behavior of short fatigue cracks is a matter of importance not only because much of the fatigue lifetime is spent in propagating these...
Authors: Wolfgang Dietzel, Michael Pfuff, Guido G. Juilfs
Abstract:Fracture mechanics based test and evaluation techniques are used to gain insight into the phenomenon of stress corrosion cracking (SCC) and...
Authors: Glenn E. Beltz, Margherita Chang, Anna Machová
Authors: Takayuki Kitamura, Yoshitaka Umeno, Akihiro Kushima
Abstract:The ideal (theoretical) strength was originally defined as the stress or strain at which perfect crystal lattice became mechanically unstable...
Authors: Mojmír Šob, Jaroslav Pokluda, Miroslav Černý, Pavel Šandera, V. Vitek
Abstract:The state of the art of ab-initio calculations of the theoretical strength (TS) of materials is summarized and a database of selected...
Authors: Martin J. Hÿtch, Jean-Luc Putaux, Jean-Michel Pénisson
Abstract:The geometric phase technique (GPA) for measuring the distortion of crystalline lattices from high-resolution electron microscopy (HRTEM)...
Authors: Jaroslav Polák, Jiří Man, Karel Obrtlík
Abstract:The possibilities of atomic force microscopy in studying surface features and early fatigue damage in materials are reviewed. Examples of a...
Authors: Y. Katz, W. Mook, R. Mukherjee, A. Gidwani, J. Deneen, William W. Gerberich
Abstract:In elastic plastic solids, approaching the sub micron scale, critical experiments indicated significant differences in the mechanical...
Authors: Tadao Watanabe, Sadahiro Tsurekawa
Abstract:This paper discusses micropstructural aspects of brittleness fracture of polycrystalline materials caused by intergranular fracture....
Authors: Václav Paidar, Pavel Lejček
Abstract:Grain boundaries are decisive for many properties of materials. Due to short-range stress field their influence is primarily based on their...
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