Micromechanism of Cleavage Fracture of Metals

Micromechanism of Cleavage Fracture of Metals : A Comprehensive Microphysical Model for Cleavage Cracking in Metals

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In this book the authors focus on the description of the physical nature of cleavage fracture to offer scientists, engineers and students a comprehensive physical model which vividly describes the cleavage microcracking processes operating on the local (microscopic) scale ahead of a defect. The descriptions of the critical event and the criteria for cleavage fracture will instruct readers in how to control the cleavage processes and optimize microstructure to improve fracture toughness of metallic materials.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 486 pages
  • 195.58 x 238.76 x 27.94mm | 952.54g
  • Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 0128007656
  • 9780128007655

Table of contents

Preface Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Methodology Chapter 3 Microphysical Processes of Cleavage Fracture of Steels Chapter 4 Critical Event for Cleavage Fracture Chapter 5 Criteria for Cleavage Fracture Chapter 6 Effects of Material Microstructure on Cleavage Fracture Chapter 7 Global Fracture Toughness Related to the Micromechanism of Cleavage Fracture Chapter 8 Special Case Studies Chapter 9 Brittle Fracture of TiAl Alloys and NiTi Memory Alloys Nomenclature Index
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About Rui Cao

J. H. Chen is a professor in the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering of Lanzhou University of Technology in China. From 1985 to 1995 he served as President of Gansu University of Technology (now Lanzhou University of Technology). From 2000 to 2003 he was President of the China Welding Society. Dr. Chen has devoted himself to the investigation of the micromechanism of cleavage fracture of metals for more than thirty years and published 70 papers on this subject in international journals. R. Cao, Dr. of Engineering, is a professor in the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering of Lanzhou University of Technology in China. She has been investigating the fracture behavior of TiAl alloys and welded dissimilar metals since 2000 and published more than 25 papers on these subjects in international journals.
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