STP645

    Fractography in Failure Analysis

    Strauss BM, Cullen WH

    Pages: 382

    Published: 1978

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    Deals with application of state-of-the-art fractography techniques and interpretations to material failures. Twenty papers cover four broad areas-techniques, environmental effects, fatigue and stress and nonmetals.

    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Cullen W., Strauss B.

    Summary
    Cullen W., Strauss B.

    Application of Fractographic-Microstructural Correlations in Evaluating Failure Mechanisms in Two Types of Steels
    Lentz D., Steele J.

    Use of Laboratory Failure Simulation Exemplars to Study Intergranular Fracture Modes in 9Ni-4Co-0.20C Steel
    Kumar A., Young J.

    Case Histories Illustrating Fractographic Analysis Techniques
    Meyn D.

    Fractographic Method of Evaluation of the Cyclic Stress Amplitude in Fatigue Failure Analysis
    Albertin L., Madeyski A.

    Fractographic Analysis of Gaseous Hydrogen Induced Cracking in 18Ni Maraging Steel
    Gangloff R., Wei R.

    Analysis of Fracture Morphology of Hydrogen-Assisted Cracking in Steel and Its Welds
    Araki T., Kikuta Y., Kuroda T.

    Fracture of Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V Alloy Fan Blade by Stress Corrosion Cracking and Fatigue
    Lee E., Mahorter R., Wacaser J.

    Effect of the Cyclic Rate on Corrosion Fatigue and Fractography of Type 304 Stainless Steel in Boiling 42 Percent Magnesium-Chloride Solution
    Hioki S., Muhai Y.

    Fractographic Observation of Stress-Corrosion Cracking of AISI 304 Stainless Steel in Boiling 42 Percent Magnesium-Chloride Solution
    Mukai Y., Murata M., Watanabe M.

    Metallurgical Characterization of the Fracture of Aluminum Alloys
    Bhandarkar M., Lisagor W.

    Use of Microfractography in the Study of Fatigue Crack Propagation under Spectrum Loading
    Abelkis P.

    Fractographic and Metallographic Morphology of Fatigue Initiation Sites
    Eylon D., Kerr W.

    Fractographic Analysis of Low Cycle Fatigue Specimens from a Failed Steam Turbine Rotor
    Kramer L.

    Role of Interface Chemistry in Failure of Materials
    Joshi A.

    Examination of Fracture in a Pressure Vessel under Creep Conditions
    Coleman M.

    Strength, Toughness, and Flaw Tolerance of 25.4-mm (1-in.) Alloy Steel Lifting Chain
    McCartney R., Pellegrino J.

    Effect of the Amount and Shape of Inclusions on the Directionality of Ductility in Carbon-Manganese Steels
    Inoue T., Kaneko K., Kinoshita S., Takada H.

    Comparison of the Threshold Stress Intensities and Fracture Characteristics for Temper Embrittled and Deembrittled 2¼ Cr-1M0 Steel in a Hydrogen Charging Environment
    Gilmore C., Hicho G.

    Fractographic Analysis of Ceramics
    Freiman S., Mecholsky J., Rice R.

    Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP645-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP645-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5547-3

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-0359-7

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