By Kathleen Mills, ASM
Presents engineers with more suitable potential for spotting an examining a number of the good points of a fracture. The Atlas of Fractographs, which contains the second one half the amount, includes greater than 1,300 fractographs. Supplemental illustrations of failed metal-matrix composites, resin-matrix composites, polymers, and digital fabrics also are integrated. Over 1,900 illustrations and forty-one tables.
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Comprehensive reviews of the models are available in Ref 59, 63, 73, and 74. Unique Fractures Some fractures, such as quasi-cleavage and flutes, exhibit a unique appearance but cannot be readily placed within any of the principal fracture modes. Because they can occur in common engineering alloys under certain failure conditions, these fractures will be briefly discussed. Quasi-cleavage fracture is a localized, often isolated feature on a fracture surface that exhibits characteristics of both cleavage and plastic deformation (Fig.
Inoue, S. Matsuda, Y. Okamura, and K. Aoki, The Fracture of a Low Carbon Tempered Martensite, Trans. Jpn. Inst. , Vol 11, Jan 1970, p 36-43 114. A. B. Ballard, Scanning Electron Microscope Fractography of Continuously Cast High Purity Copper After High Temperature Creep, Met. , Vol 3, Nov 1972, p 2999-3008 115. F. Pittinato, V. Kerlins, A. A. , SEM/TEM Fractography Handbook, sponsored by Air Force Materials Laboratory, Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories, Air Force Systems Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, published by Metals and Ceramics Information Center, Battelle Columbus Laboratories, Dec 1975 116.
R. Abrams, Howmedica, Div. ) The largest portion of a fatigue fracture consists of Stage II crack growth, which generally occurs by transgranular fracture and is more influenced by the magnitude of the alternating stress than by the mean stress or microstructure (Ref 15, 17, 18). Fatigue fractures generated during Stage II fatigue usually exhibit crack-arrest marks known as fatigue striations (Fig. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22), which are a visual record of the position of the fatigue crack front during crack propagation through the material.