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Effects of fibre volume fraction on tensile damage and fatigue crack growth in Titanium metal matrix composites

From Kishida Ryusei to Miyazaki Hayao

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      • Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, IRC in Materials for High Performance Applications, Faculty of Engineering.

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        PublishersUniversity of Birmingham
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        LC Classifications1997
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        Paginationxvi, 128 p. :
        Number of Pages57
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        ISBN 10nodata
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The examination was repeated 5 times in accordance with ASTM E 647 2014. This novel laser processing technique employs a CO 2 laser generator and a numerically controlled x-y moving table, for superplastic forming of an aluminum alloy sheet mounted on the top of a vacuum chamber. Composites were produced via compression moulding and samples for mechanical testing and density evaluation were cut from the moulded plates.

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The properties of the composite are to a large extend determined by the properties of the drawn tungsten wire used as reinforcement fibres. Some advantages and disadvantages of using these techniques to determine damage in this composite are discussed. C nuclear main steam line pipe and its weld to evaluate the effect of specimen thickness.

The overall implications for using such high-resolution 3-D measurements to inform a "data-rich mechanics" approach to materials evaluation and modeling is discussed. Olson, Northwestern University, Materials Science and Engineering Dept. An analytical model has been derived for describing the results of three-point-bending tests in materials with different behaviour under tension and compression.

Iyengar N, Curtin WA 1997 Acta Mater 45 4 :1489• Temperature influences the fracture process of these fibers through the density of cracks in the outermost carbon-rich coating layer. Larsen 3, 1McDonnell Douglas, St. The interface shear stress in the debond region has been assumed to be constant, vary along the length or used as a fitting parameter in fatigue crack growth models.

These defects are discussed in terms of symmetry theory.