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By Michael T. Hutchings (auth.), Michael T. Hutchings, Aaron D. Krawitz (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9401052425

ISBN-13: 9789401052429

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ISBN-13: 9789401127974

The exact, absolute, and non-destructive dimension of residual pressure fields inside steel, ceramic, and composite engineering elements has been one of many significant difficulties dealing with engineers for a few years, and so the extension of X-ray how to using neutrons represents a huge boost. The process makes use of the original penetrating energy of the neutron into so much engineering fabrics, mixed with the sensitivity of diffraction, to degree the separation of lattice planes inside of grains of polycrystalline engineering fabrics, hence supplying an inner pressure gauge. the stress is then switched over to emphasize utilizing calibrated elastic constants. It was once simply over ten years in the past that the preliminary neutron diffraction measurements of residual tension have been conducted, and through the resultant decade measurements have began at such a lot regular country reactors and pulsed assets worldwide. So rapid has been the improvement of the sector that, as well as primary medical reviews, advertisement measurements were made on business parts for a number of years now. using neutrons is ideal to the decision of triaxial macrostress tensors, macrostress gradients, and microstresses in composites and multiphase alloys in addition to deformed, plastically anisotropic metals and alloys. up to now, it's been used to enquire welded and heat-treated commercial parts, to signify composites, to review the reaction of fabric lower than utilized lots, to calibrate extra transportable tools comparable to ultrasonics, and to make sure computing device modelling calculations of residual and utilized stress.

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01) UliIM. O ·S o o Fig. 12 Correlation of fatigue crack growth in autofrettaged ring specimens with effective stress intensity factor range. 6. CONCLUSIONS The use of neutron diffraction for measuring residual stress accurately and nondestructively has been outlined. A representative selection of residual stress distributions has been presented. Some comparisons have been made with strain gauge and finite element determinations. Fatigue crack growth through regions of different residual stress has been examined and explained in terms of fracture mechanics concepts.

Other aspects that have been studied by x-rays include the stability of the tensile matrix stress during thermal exposure, mechanical fatigue and thermal-mechanical fatigue (14). These two examples show how measured depth profiles of the surface residual stress can be useful in developing models to predict the magnitude and distribution of residual stresses. In both cases the necessary depth resolution was on the scale of tens of microns. 3. EXAMPLES OF FAILURE ANALYSIS AND REMEDY RESOLUTION Failure analyses often proceeds towards an inconclusive inquiry before the role of residual stresses is ever assessed.

A. Webster & PJ. Webster (1990). 'Neutron diffraction measurements of residual stresses in plastically deformed cracked beams', 9th Conf on Experimental Mechanics, 3, Copenhagen, 1990, pp 11981206. Hermann, R. N. Reid (1986). 'Slow crack growth in the presence of tensile residual stresses'. Residual Stresses in Science and Technology, 2, E. Macherauch and V. Hauk (Eds), 759-766. Hughes, H. (1967), 'X-ray techniques for residual stress measurements', Strain, 3, 26-31. M. A. Webster and PJ. Webster (1987).

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