Publication detail

Study of Fracture Behaviour of Doped Polycrystalline Fe Alloy

HORNÍKOVÁ, J. ŠANDERA, P.

Original Title

Study of Fracture Behaviour of Doped Polycrystalline Fe Alloy

English Title

Study of Fracture Behaviour of Doped Polycrystalline Fe Alloy

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Additions of some solutes or impurities to a host metal can change substantially its properties, e.g. yield stress, plasticity, toughness and cohesion. Some elements such as phosphorus, antimony and tin, are mainly responsible for embrittlement of grain boundaries in bcc iron. In this work, fracture behaviour of binary Fe–Sb and Fe–Sn polycrystalline alloys is studied both experimentally and theoretically. It is shown that brittle intergranular fracture prevails there.

English abstract

Additions of some solutes or impurities to a host metal can change substantially its properties, e.g. yield stress, plasticity, toughness and cohesion. Some elements such as phosphorus, antimony and tin, are mainly responsible for embrittlement of grain boundaries in bcc iron. In this work, fracture behaviour of binary Fe–Sb and Fe–Sn polycrystalline alloys is studied both experimentally and theoretically. It is shown that brittle intergranular fracture prevails there.

Keywords

Fe–Sn Alloy, Fe–Sb Alloy, Grain Boundary Segregation, Intergranular Fracture

Released

07.12.2016

Publisher

Academic Fora

Location

Seminyak

ISBN

978-969-683-2

Book

Abstract proceeding book - ECBA

Edition number

1

Pages from

13

Pages to

13

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT133383,
  author="Jana {Horníková} and Pavel {Šandera}",
  title="Study of Fracture Behaviour of Doped Polycrystalline Fe Alloy",
  annote="Additions  of  some  solutes  or  impurities  to  a  host  metal  can change substantially its properties, e.g. yield stress, plasticity, toughness and cohesion. Some elements such as phosphorus, antimony and tin, are mainly 
responsible for embrittlement of grain boundaries in bcc iron. In this work, fracture  behaviour  of  binary
Fe–Sb  and  Fe–Sn  polycrystalline  alloys  is studied  both  experimentally  and  theoretically.  It  is  shown  that  brittle intergranular   fracture   prevails   there.",
  address="Academic Fora",
  booktitle="Abstract proceeding book - ECBA",
  chapter="133383",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Academic Fora",
  year="2016",
  month="december",
  pages="13--13",
  publisher="Academic Fora",
  type="abstract"
}