Publication detail

Competition of Transgranular and Intergranular Failure of Brittle Fracture Initiation

DLOUHÝ, I. VÁLKA, L. POKLUDA, J.

Original Title

Competition of Transgranular and Intergranular Failure of Brittle Fracture Initiation

English Title

Competition of Transgranular and Intergranular Failure of Brittle Fracture Initiation

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The aim of the study is to analyse micromechanical aspects of intergranular initiation of brittle fracture as a micromechanism that can be well susceptible to metallurgic cleanliness and cumulative degradation of material. The main purpose or this work is to quantify causes and characteristics governing the intergranular fracture initiation and occurence or this fracture micromechanism in competition with cleavage one. Comparison of measured properties with characteristics calculated from statistical models for intergranular and cleavage fracture should be made.

English abstract

The aim of the study is to analyse micromechanical aspects of intergranular initiation of brittle fracture as a micromechanism that can be well susceptible to metallurgic cleanliness and cumulative degradation of material. The main purpose or this work is to quantify causes and characteristics governing the intergranular fracture initiation and occurence or this fracture micromechanism in competition with cleavage one. Comparison of measured properties with characteristics calculated from statistical models for intergranular and cleavage fracture should be made.

Released

01.01.2001

Publisher

Inst. Nuclear Research

Location

Řež

ISBN

92-828-8323-X

Book

Cleaner Metal for Industrial Exploitation

Pages from

62

Pages to

73

Pages count

12

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT72755,
  author="Ivo {Dlouhý} and Libor {Válka} and Jaroslav {Pokluda}",
  title="Competition of Transgranular and Intergranular Failure of Brittle Fracture Initiation",
  annote="The aim of the study is to analyse micromechanical aspects of intergranular initiation of brittle fracture as a micromechanism that can be well susceptible to metallurgic cleanliness and cumulative degradation of material. The main purpose or this work is to quantify causes and characteristics governing the intergranular fracture initiation and occurence or this fracture micromechanism in competition with cleavage one. Comparison of measured properties with characteristics calculated from statistical models for intergranular and cleavage fracture should be made.",
  address="Inst. Nuclear Research",
  booktitle="Cleaner Metal for Industrial Exploitation",
  chapter="72755",
  institution="Inst. Nuclear Research",
  year="2001",
  month="january",
  pages="62--73",
  publisher="Inst. Nuclear Research",
  type="conference paper"
}