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Experimental Investigation of Modes II and III Fatigue Crack Growth in Unalloyed Titanium

VOJTEK, T. POKLUDA, J.

Original Title

Experimental Investigation of Modes II and III Fatigue Crack Growth in Unalloyed Titanium

English Title

Experimental Investigation of Modes II and III Fatigue Crack Growth in Unalloyed Titanium

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

The study is focused on finding and describing microscopic paths of modes II and III cracks in commercially pure titanium. Experiments were done on cylindrical bars with a circumferential cracked notch were loaded in shear (modes II, III and II + III) and torsion (mode III). Fractography analysis showed that the crack growth was crystallography-controlled and the deflection and twisting angles of crack propagation direction (with respect to the shear plane) were relatively high. This behavior can be understood in terms of available slip systems in bcc, fcc and hcp lattices.

English abstract

The study is focused on finding and describing microscopic paths of modes II and III cracks in commercially pure titanium. Experiments were done on cylindrical bars with a circumferential cracked notch were loaded in shear (modes II, III and II + III) and torsion (mode III). Fractography analysis showed that the crack growth was crystallography-controlled and the deflection and twisting angles of crack propagation direction (with respect to the shear plane) were relatively high. This behavior can be understood in terms of available slip systems in bcc, fcc and hcp lattices.

Keywords

shear fatigue cracks, mode I branching, stereophotogrammetry, titanium

Released

01.07.2013

ISBN

978-80-214-4739-4

Book

7th International Conference on Materials Structure & Micromechanics of Fracture

Pages from

179

Pages to

179

Pages count

1

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT103188,
  author="Tomáš {Vojtek} and Jaroslav {Pokluda}",
  title="Experimental Investigation of Modes II and III Fatigue Crack Growth in Unalloyed Titanium",
  annote="The study is focused on finding and describing microscopic paths of modes II and III cracks in commercially pure titanium. Experiments were done on cylindrical bars with a circumferential cracked notch were loaded in shear (modes II, III and II + III) and torsion (mode III). Fractography analysis showed that the crack growth was crystallography-controlled and the deflection and twisting angles of crack propagation direction (with respect to the shear plane) were relatively high. This behavior can be understood in terms of available slip systems in bcc, fcc and hcp lattices.",
  booktitle="7th International Conference on Materials Structure & Micromechanics of Fracture",
  chapter="103188",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2013",
  month="july",
  pages="179--179",
  type="abstract"
}