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Published: 01 June 2019
Fig. 2 The cleavage and quasi-cleavage fracture surface at the location of crack initiation. (×300) More
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Fig. 7 Region showing quasi-cleavage in the exemplar specimen subjected to steady torsional loads. More
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Fig. 13 Quasi-cleavage observed on the para spoon fracture. More
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Fig. 5 SCC fracture surface with cleavage-like river markings. Magnification 100× More
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Fig. 9 A region on the fracture surface which exhibited cleavage. More
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Fig. 7 Area adjacent to nucleus shows cleavage facets characteristic of brittle fracture (1000 ×). More
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Fig. 6 Transgranular cleavage (lower left) and intergranular tearing (upper right), crack initiation site of Figure 5 . More
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Fig. 6 Brittle cleavage surface of fracture toughness specimen. 500 × More
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Fig. 5 SEM fractograph of the brittle fractured surface. Cleavage facets are visible at B in Fig. 4 . More
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Fig. 7 Fractograph of impact specimen #8 (−60deg. F; 50% cleavage, 50% ductile). More
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Fig. 5 Fracture surface showing hydride cleavage typical of DHC (TEM examination of a two-stage carbon replica). Near area B in Figure 4 . More
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Fig. 3 Beach marks and cleavage-like river markings on the fracture surface. More
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Fig. 11 Scanning micrograph showing transgranular cleavage fracture in the remaining cross section during separation. More
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Published: 01 June 2019
Fig. 2 Transgranular cleavage in an area of the surface of the hydrogen embrittlement fracture of the type 431 stainless steel mushroom-head closure shown in Fig. 4. See also Fig. 6. When viewed in three-dimension, this stereo pair shows a massive ridge running from top to bottom at the left More
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Published: 01 June 2019
Fig. 3 Cleavage of a pearlite grain. 1250 × More
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Fig. 5 Cleavage of a pearlite grain. Carbon replica. 10 000 × More
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Fig. 6 Brittle cleavage fracture surface on a notched bar impact test specimen from the broken eyebolt. Scanning electron micrograph. 500 × More
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Fig. 7 Microstructure (with cleavage crack) of an aged notched bar impact test specimen. Normalized at 900° C, 10% deformed and aged 1 2 h at 250° C. 500 × More
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Fig. 8 Typical cleavage like features of the inclined initial areas. More
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Fig. 10 Fractographic features of the final rupture zone characterized by cleavage and ductile dimples. The cleavage features were much rougher than in the inclined areas, such as shown in Figure 8 . More