Publication detail

The role of microstructure in brittle fracture behaviour of low alloy tempered bainitic steel

VÁLKA, L. HOLZMANN, M. DLOUHÝ, I.

Original Title

The role of microstructure in brittle fracture behaviour of low alloy tempered bainitic steel

English Title

The role of microstructure in brittle fracture behaviour of low alloy tempered bainitic steel

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The validity of various micromechanistic models for the cleavage initiation in tempered bainite have been tested using two quite different model bainitic microstructures. The microscopic cleavage fracture stress (CFS) was measured for both microstructures using Charpy V-notch type specimens. Various micromechanistic models were applied to experimental results to explain the metallurgical nature of CFS. The validity and applicability of these models for a particular bainitic microstructure have been discussed.

English abstract

The validity of various micromechanistic models for the cleavage initiation in tempered bainite have been tested using two quite different model bainitic microstructures. The microscopic cleavage fracture stress (CFS) was measured for both microstructures using Charpy V-notch type specimens. Various micromechanistic models were applied to experimental results to explain the metallurgical nature of CFS. The validity and applicability of these models for a particular bainitic microstructure have been discussed.

Released

30.08.1997

ISBN

0921-5093

Periodical

Materials Science and Engineering A

Year of study

234

State

CH

Pages from

723

Pages to

726

Pages count

4

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT72731,
  author="Libor {Válka} and Miloslav {Holzmann} and Ivo {Dlouhý}",
  title="The role of microstructure in brittle fracture behaviour of low alloy tempered bainitic steel",
  annote="The validity of various micromechanistic models for the cleavage initiation in tempered bainite have been tested using two quite different model bainitic microstructures. The microscopic cleavage fracture stress (CFS) was measured for both microstructures using Charpy V-notch type specimens. Various micromechanistic models were applied to experimental results to explain the metallurgical nature of CFS. The validity and applicability of these models for a particular bainitic microstructure have been discussed.",
  chapter="72731",
  journal="Materials Science and Engineering A",
  volume="234",
  year="1997",
  month="august",
  pages="723--726",
  type="journal article - other"
}