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Original Title: Study of Fracture Behaviour of Doped Polycrystalline Fe Alloy
English Title: Study of Fracture Behaviour of Doped Polycrystalline Fe Alloy
Author(s): HORNÍKOVÁ, J.; ŠANDERA, P.
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