P. F. Weinrich
Australian Department of Defence
Hydrostatic equilibriumMetallurgyMaterials scienceStructural materialShear zoneAlloyHydrostatic pressureAluminiumMachiningVoid (astronomy)
Publications 1
The effects of hydrostatic pressures up to 600 MPa on the tensile fracture mechanisms of commercial aluminum and a free machining aluminum-copper alloy have been investigated. Tensile fracture of the commercial aluminum was found to occur by a mechanism leading to double-cup fracture at hydrostatic pressures up to 125 MPa with the pressure causing a progressive delay in the onset of void development. Above this pressure, void development was suppressed and all fractures occurred at chisel points...
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