Deformation and fracture mechanics of engineering materials
Updated to reflect recent developments in our understanding of deformation and fracture processes in structural materials. This completely revised reference includes new sections on isostress analysis, modulus of rupture, creep fracture micromechanicsms, and many more.
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For a comprehensive study of this subject, see the review by B riant and Banerji.
168 Regarding the matter of improper heat treatment, two forms of temper
embrittlement have been defined (Fig. 10.52). In the first case, high-strength
Test Material Specimen Temperature KK Alloy Supply Orientation (°C) (MPa) (
MPa VST) 7178-T651 m L-T m 560 26-30 * m T-L m 540-560 22-26 □ m S-L m
470 17 Ferrous Alloys 4330V(275°C temper) Forging L-T 21 1400 86-94 ...
... 68 15 Ferrous Alloys 4330V(525°F temper) Forging L-T 70 203 78-85 4330V(
8O0°F temper) m L-T □ 191 94-100 4340(400°F temper) m L-T 229-241 40-60
434(X500°F temper) Plate L-T □ 217-238 45-57 4340(800oF temper) Forging
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