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Title: The effects of microstructure on crack initiation in liquid-metal environments
Authors: Fernandes, PJL
Jones, DRH
Keywords: Liquid metal induced embrittlement
LMIE
Engineering
Materials sciences
Scanning electron microscope analysis
Fractography
Issue Date: Sep-1997
Publisher: Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd
Citation: Fernandes, PJL and Jones, DRH. 1997. The effects of microstructure on crack initiation in liquid-metal environments, vol. 4(3), pp 195-204
Abstract: Liquid-metal-induced embrittlement under tensile test conditions is identified by the existence of a characteristic ductility trough. In this study, the effect of molten gallium on the behaviour of two brass alloys with different microstructures is studied. The role of plastic slip behaviour in the generation of high localized stresses and, consequently, on crack initiation is examined, Furthermore, the effects of various parameters such as strain rate, temperature and grain size on the degree of embrittlement are explained in terms of their effect on the dislocation mobility
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1434
http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1434
ISSN: 1350-6307
Appears in Collections:Metal and metal processes
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