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Title :ねじり予ひずみ材の破断延性に及ぼすマイクロクラックと人工表面き裂の影響について
Title alternative :Effects of Microcracks and Artificial Surface Cracks on Fracture Ductility of a Torsional-Prestrained Specimen
Authors :真壁, 朝敏
糸数, 真哉
兼城, 英夫
宮城, 清宏
Authors alternative :Makabe, Chobin
Itokazu, Masaya
Kaneshiro, Hideo
Miyagi, Kiyohiro
Issue Date :25-May-1990
Abstract :The diminution of fracture ductility of smooth specimens and small cracked specimens on surfaces subjected to torsional prestrains was investigated. For the smooth specimens, the transition of tensile-fracture ductility after a critical torsional prestrain is independent of the existence of microcracks and attributed to the embrittlement of the surface thin layers of the specimens due to the formation of anisotropic helical structures. For the cracked specimens, the degree of fracture ductility depends on the area of the crack and the magnitude of torsional prestrain. In the case where the torsional prestrain is lower than a critical value, the surface crack starts in the direction close to the maximum shear stress, and ductility remains within the specimen. If the torsional prestrain exceeds a critical value, the specimen is broken in a brittle manner, and the crack extension shows the helical pattern. This behavior is due to the embrittlement of the specimen surface layer.
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
ISSN :03875008
Publisher :日本機械学会
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/213
Citation :日本機械学会論文集. A編 = Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. A Vol.56 no.525 p.71 -78
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