Fractography and Materials Science

    Gilbertson LN, Zipp RD
    Published: 1981

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    This well-illustrated text demonstrates the importance of using the latest fractographic principles in material science. The principles are applied to a variety of metals including iron, aluminum, titanium, copper, nickel, tungsten base alloys; and various nonmetals including polymers, ceramics, and glass.

    Table of Contents

    Gilbertson L., Zipp R.

    Gilbertson L., Zipp R.

    Microstructural Origin of Flutes and Their Use in Distinguishing Striationless Fatigue Cleavage from Stress-Corrosion Cracking in Titanium Alloys
    Brooks E., Meyn D.

    Influence of Microstructure and Environment on the Fatigue Crack Growth Fracture Topography of Ti-6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo-0.1Si
    McEvily A., Ruppen J.

    A Fractographic Investigation of Stress-Corrosion Cracking in High-Strength Steel Alloys
    Fraser F., Metzbower E.

    Fractographic and Microstructural Analysis of Stress-Corrosion Cracking of ASTM A533 Grade B Class 1 Plate and ASTM A508 Class 2 Forging in Pressurized Reactor-Grade Water at 93°C
    Cullen W., Provenzano V., Sturm D., Törrönen K.

    Hydrogen-Induced Brittle Fracture of Type 304L Austenitic Stainless Steel
    Caskey G.

    Effect of Temperature on the Fracture Toughness Behavior of Inconel X-750
    Mills W.

    Correlation of Fractographic and Microstructural Features
    Steele J.

    Fractography of Laser Welds
    Metzbower E., Moon D.

    Fractographic Comparison of Plane-Strain Fracture Toughness, Instrumented Precracked Charpy, and Slow-Bend Precracked Charpy Tests on a Quenched and Tempered AISI 4340 Steel
    Datta K., Wood W.

    Fractographic Characterization of the Effect of Inclusions on Fatigue Crack Propagation
    Wilson A.

    Effect of Compressive Loading on Fatigue Crack Growth Rate and Striation Spacing in Type 2219-T851 Aluminum Alloy
    Albertin L., Hudak S.

    Correlation Between Fatigue Crack Growth Rate and Fatigue Striation Spacing in AISI 9310 (AMS 6265) Steel
    Au J., Ke J.

    Strength Characterization and Nature of Crack Propagation in Ceramic Materials
    Beardmore P., Govila R., Kinsman K.

    Fractographic Analysis of Delayed Failure in Ceramics
    Freiman S., Mecholsky J.

    Multiple-Mist Regions on Glass Fracture Surfaces
    Abdel-Latif A., Bradt R., Tressler R.

    Localized Deformation and Fracture of Magnesium Oxide
    Adler W., James T.

    Fatigue Fracture Surface Micromorphology in Poly(vinyl chloride)
    Hertzberg R., Manson J., Rimnac C.

    Fracture of Tungsten Wire in Metal Matrix Composites
    Kim C., Phillips W., Weimer R.

    Quantitative Fractography of a Fatigued Ti-28V Alloy
    Chakrabortty S., Underwood E.

    Fourier Transform Techniques—Fracture and Fatigue
    Passoja D., Psioda J.

    Application of Scanning Electron Microscopy for Correlating Fracture Topography and Microstructure
    Kemppainen M., Kotilainen H., Nenonen P., Törrönen K.

    Characterization of the Fracture Behavior of Fine-Grained High-Strength Low-Alloy (HSLA) Steels and Iron-Base Alloys Under Low-Temperature and Mechanical Environments
    Cutler L., Gauvin P., Hamel G., Krishnadev M., Sojka G.

    Application of Load Pulsing to the Fractographic Study of Stress-Corrosion Cracking of Austenitic Stainless Steels
    Hahn M., Pugh E.

    A Test Method to Determine the Degree of Embrittlement in Electrodeposited Copper
    Zakraysek L.


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP733-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4799-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0733-5

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