Fractography—Microscopic Cracking Processes

    Beachem CD, Warke WR
    Published: 1976

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    The Symposium on Fractograph—Microscopic Cracking Processes was held at the Seventy-eighth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Testing and Materials held in Montreal, Canada, 22-27 June 1975. ASTM Commitee E24 on Fracture Testing of Metals sponsored the symposium. C. D. Beachem, Naval Research Laboratory, and W. R. Warke, Illinois Institute of Technology, served as symposium cochairmen.

    Table of Contents

    Beachem C., Warke W.

    Clean Surfaces for Fractography

    Beachem C., Warke W.

    Use of Fractography and Sectioning Techniques to Study Fracture Mechanisms
    Cox T., Van Stone R.

    Comparison of Inclusion Distributions on Fracture Surfaces and in the Bulk of Carbon-Manganese Weldments
    Hill D., Passoja D.

    Environmentally Induced Transitions in Fatigue Fracture Mode
    Frandsen J., Marcus H., Morris W.

    Fractography as Related to Macrostructures in Stress Corrosion Cracked Welds in 5Ni-Cr-Mo Steel
    Fujii C., Metzbower E., Stoop J.

    Effects of Very Low Pressures on Fatigue Fracture Surface Features in Ti-6Al-4V
    Meyn D.

    Fractography of the High Temperature Hydrogen Attack of a Medium Carbon Steel
    Moorhead R., Nelson H.

    Relationship Between Mechanical Properties, Microstructure, and Fracture Topography in α + β Titanium Alloys
    Chesnutt J., Rhodes C., Williams J.

    Fractography: Fracture Energy and Quantitative Metallographic Correlation for Tungsten-Silver Composite Materials
    Warke W., Witter G.

    Fractographic Features in Eutectic Composites
    Duquette D., Stoloff N.

    Fracture Feature Anisotropy in a Martensitic Steel Plate
    Sailors R.

    Cyclic Plasticity of Copper at the Surface and in the Interior
    Nakano Y., Sandor B.

    Micro-Mechanistic Interpretation of Cyclic Crack Growth Behavior in 17-4 PH Stainless Steels
    Crooker T., Hasson D., Yoder G.

    Character of Fatigue Fracture Surface Micromorphology in the Ultra-Low Growth Rate Regime
    Hertzberg R., Mills W.

    A Fractographic Study of the Edge-Sliding Mode in Fracture Toughness Testing
    Chisholm D., Jones D.


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP600-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4675-4

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0360-3

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