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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FRACTURE

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0376-9429

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1573-2673

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  • biomedical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • civil engineering, geodesy and transport (Engineering and Technology)
  • materials engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • mechanical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
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Year 2022
  • Fatigue fracture morphology of AISI H13 steel obtained by additive manufacturing
    Publication
    • W. Macek
    • R. F. Martins
    • R. Branco
    • Z. Marciniak
    • M. Szala
    • S. Wroński

    - INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FRACTURE - Year 2022

    The paper focuses on researching the effect of fatigue loading on metallic structure, lifetime, and fracture surface topographies in AISI H13 steel specimens obtained by selective laser melting (SLM). The topography of the fracture surfaces was measured over their entire area, according to the entire total area method, with an optical three-dimensional surface measurement system. The fatigue results of the SLM 3D printed steel...

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  • Fracture surface formation of notched 2017A-T4 aluminium alloy under bending fatigue
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    The effect of cyclic loading on facture surface topology in notched components made by aluminium alloys is not completely clear. Fractogra-phy and fracture mechanics can help to understand this interdependency. This paper aims to study the distribution of the fracture surface roughness of notched 2017A-T4 aluminium alloy after bending fatigue using an optical focus-variation surface measurement technique by applying the fracture...

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Year 2011
  • An in situ technique for the assessment of adhesive properties of a joint under load
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    - INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FRACTURE - Year 2011

    Slow crack propagation in adhesive bonded joints has been characterised using an asymmetric wedge test. Crack position was evaluated from strain gauge measurements, both in the debonded partof the joint and in the bonded zone. Test temperature was changed during loading, giving insight into bond evolution. The technique allows accurate, and virtually continuous, determination of crack position to be made, and therefore the evaluation...

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