ASTM E399-90 PDF

Determination of Fracture Toughness Plane-Strain Fracture Toughness of Metallic Materials Toughness Toughness measurement by calculating the area under the stress-strain curve from static tests Material fractures occur by progressive cracking Stress Concentration at crack tip by Photo-elasticity Notch Toughness Defined as the ability of a material to absorb energy, usually when loaded dynamically in the presence of a flaw Laboratory measurement of impact energy by Charpy test V-notch impact specimen Izod test Dynamic tear test The general purpose of the various kinds of notch- toughness tests is to model the behavior of actual structures so that the laboratory test results can be used to predict service performance. Charpy test Impact Energy Stress concentrating notch Charpy Impact Test Sensitivity of Impact Test Data Test conditions Notch sharpness Nature of stress concentration at notch tip Test temperature Internal atomic structure of the material Sensitivity of Impact Test Data Ductile to brittle transition temperature Most structural steels can fail in either a ductile or brittle manner depending on several conditions such as temperature, loading rate, and constraint. Ductile fractures are generally preceded by large amounts of plastic deformation and usually occur at 45 to the direction of the applied stress. Brittle or cleavage fractures generally occur with little plastic deformation and are usually normal to the direction of the principal stress. Ductile to brittle transition temperature Why is it of great practical importance???

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Determination of Fracture Toughness Plane-Strain Fracture Toughness of Metallic Materials Toughness Toughness measurement by calculating the area under the stress-strain curve from static tests Material fractures occur by progressive cracking Stress Concentration at crack tip by Photo-elasticity Notch Toughness Defined as the ability of a material to absorb energy, usually when loaded dynamically in the presence of a flaw Laboratory measurement of impact energy by Charpy test V-notch impact specimen Izod test Dynamic tear test The general purpose of the various kinds of notch- toughness tests is to model the behavior of actual structures so that the laboratory test results can be used to predict service performance.

Charpy test Impact Energy Stress concentrating notch Charpy Impact Test Sensitivity of Impact Test Data Test conditions Notch sharpness Nature of stress concentration at notch tip Test temperature Internal atomic structure of the material Sensitivity of Impact Test Data Ductile to brittle transition temperature Most structural steels can fail in either a ductile or brittle manner depending on several conditions such as temperature, loading rate, and constraint.

Ductile fractures are generally preceded by large amounts of plastic deformation and usually occur at 45 to the direction of the applied stress. Brittle or cleavage fractures generally occur with little plastic deformation and are usually normal to the direction of the principal stress. Ductile to brittle transition temperature Why is it of great practical importance??? Alloy Loses toughness and it is susceptible to catastrophic failure below this transition temperature It is a design criterion of great importance.

Several disastrous failures of ships occurred because of this phenomenon. It is represented by the symbol K IC , defined as The critical value of the stress intensity factor at crack tip necessary to produce catastrophic failure under simple uni-axial loading.

Fracture Toughness K Ic plane strain conditions. K c plane stress conditions. ASTM E Failure Modes by cracking Types of relative movements of two crack surfaces Failure Modes by cracking The opening mode, Mode I The sliding or shear mode, Mode II The stress field at the crack tip can be treated as one or a combination of the three basic types of stress fields The tearing mode, Mode III Typical Fracture Toughness values K Ic represents the inherent ability of a material to withstand a given stress-field intensity at the tip of a crack and to resist progressive tensile crack extension under plane-strain conditions.

Thus, this value is a minimum value for thick plates. K Ic Fracture toughness Experimental determination of K Ic KIC test procedure 1 Determine critical specimen size dimensions 2 Select a test specimen and prepare shop drawing 3 Fatigue crack the test specimen by cyclic loading 4- Obtain test fixtures and displacement gauges 5- Alignment, positioning of loads, loading rate, friction, eccentricity, 6- Test record of the load displacement.

KIC test procedure 1 Determine critical specimen size dimensions 2 2 2 0. This strength ratio is a function of the maximum load the specimen can sustain, its initial dimensions and the yield strength of the material. The first part gives general information concerning the recommendations and requirements for KIc testing. The second part is composed of annexes that give the displacement gage design, fatigue cracking procedures, and special requirements for the various specimen configurations covered by this method.

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Is this content inappropriate? Report this Document. Flag for Inappropriate Content. Download Now. Related titles. Carousel Previous Carousel Next. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Properties and Testing of Materials Determination of Fracture Toughness Plane-Strain Fracture Toughness of Metallic Materials Toughness Toughness measurement by calculating the area under the stress-strain curve from static tests Material fractures occur by progressive cracking Stress Concentration at crack tip by Photo-elasticity Notch Toughness Defined as the ability of a material to absorb energy, usually when loaded dynamically in the presence of a flaw Laboratory measurement of impact energy by Charpy test V-notch impact specimen Izod test Dynamic tear test The general purpose of the various kinds of notch- toughness tests is to model the behavior of actual structures so that the laboratory test results can be used to predict service performance.

Impact Energy Introduction Hardness o Strength Impact Energy o Toughness Laboratory measurement of impact energy Charpy test Izod test Charpy test Impact Energy Stress concentrating notch Charpy Impact Test Sensitivity of Impact Test Data Test conditions Notch sharpness Nature of stress concentration at notch tip Test temperature Internal atomic structure of the material Sensitivity of Impact Test Data Ductile to brittle transition temperature Most structural steels can fail in either a ductile or brittle manner depending on several conditions such as temperature, loading rate, and constraint.

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Active view current version of standard. Other Historical Standards. Work Item s - proposed revisions of this standard. More E The details of the various specimen and test configurations are shown in Annexes A1 through A7 and A9.

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