By Kathleen Mills, ASM
Presents engineers with improved strength for spotting an analyzing a number of the gains of a fracture. The Atlas of Fractographs, which contains the second one half the quantity, 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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23, which is a simplified representation of the fatigue process. As shown schematically in Fig. 24, the profile of the fatigue fracture can also vary, depending on the material and state of stress. Materials that exhibit fairly well-developed striations display a sawtooth-type profile (Fig. 24a) with valley-tovalley or groove-to-groove matching (Ref 23, 28). Low compressive stresses at the crack tip favor the sawtooth profile; however, high compressive stresses promote the groove-type fatigue profile, as shown in Fig.
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ASM Handbook - Fractography by Kathleen Mills, ASM