Published: Jan 1976
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Tungsten-silver materials were made by two different powder metallurgical techniques which resulted in alloys having a wide latitude of structural variation in terms of volume fraction, particle size, and distribution. A correlation of GIc, the critical strain energy release rate, was made with the quantitative metallographic parameters ¯L3Ag, the mean intercept length within the silver phase; C, the contiguity of the tungsten phase; and
fractography, crack propagation, fatigue (materials), fracture properties, metal particle composites, tungsten, silver
Associate professor, Illinois Institute of Technology, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department, Chicago, Ill.
Manager, Advanced ENgineering, Electronics Products Division, Fansteel, Inc., North Chicago, Ill.
Paper ID: STP29195S