Brittle Fractures Explained by Negative Residualsby L.E. Grinter,
Serial Information: Journal of the Engineering Mechanics Division, 1961, Vol. 87, Issue 2, Pg. 25-34
Document Type: Journal Paper
Hypothesis presented is that residual lateral compressive stresses may suppress ductility across notch and permit cleavage fracture to occur; theoretical explanation is given; tests made at Brown Univ on precompressed notched plates tested in tension (and on comparable cylinders) are used to check this principle; they provide substantiation within range of specimen geometry used.
Subject Headings: Cracking | Brittleness | Lateral stress | Plates | Residual stress | Permits | Ultimate strength | Ductility | Compression
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