Presents the thinking a methodology employed today in evaluation fractographic features. 9 papers view recent developments in quantitative fractography and computed tomography in composites, as well as fractographic features in HY-100 steel and 2024 aluminum to the critical strain energy density.
Putatunda S., Strauss B.
Applications of Quantitative Fractography and Computed Tomography to Fracture Processes in Materials
Antolovich S., Bathias C., Gokhale A.
Relationships Between Fractographic Features and Material Toughness
Harvey D., Jolles M.
Fractographic Study of Isolated Cleavage Regions in Nuclear Pressure Vessel Steels and Their Weld Metals
Armstrong R., Irwin G., Kumar A., Zhang X.
Fractographic and Metallographic Study of the Initiation of Brittle Fracture in Weldments
Abson D., Harrison P., Jones A., Sparkes D.
Cracking Mechanisms for Mean Stress/Strain Low-Cycle Multiaxial Fatigue Loadings
Fatemi A., Kurath P.
Corrosion Fatigue Crack Arrest in Aluminum Alloys
Schra L., Wanhill R.
Paper ID: STP1085-EB