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Valérie, Parry
Céline, Pascal
Muriel, Braccini
Elena, Fedorova
Marc, Mantel
Yves, Wouters
Djar, Oquab
Daniel, Monceau
Rafael, Estevez
Guillaume, Parry
2018-02-07T07:28:10Z
2018-02-07T07:28:10Z
2017-08
Valérie, Parry. Relations Between Oxidation Induced Microstructure and Mechanical Durability of Oxide Scales [Текст] / Parry Valérie, Pascal Céline, Braccini Muriel, Fedorova Elena, Mantel Marc, Wouters Yves, Oquab Djar, Monceau Daniel, Estevez Rafael, Parry Guillaume // Oxidation of Metals. — 2017. — Т. 88 (1/2). — С. 29-40
0030770X
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11085-016-9673-5
http://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/69776
Текст статьи не публикуется в открытом доступе в соответствии с политикой журнала.
Most industrial heat-resistant stainless steels contain silicon as a minor constituent. At high temperature, the internal formation of amorphous silica reduces oxidation rates but decreases the metal/oxide interface toughness. Tensile testing experiments performed on AISI 304L previously oxidized in synthetic air for 50 h at 900 or 1000 C showed a relation between the silica morphology and location and the crack patterns. A micromechanical modeling using cohesive zone models to describe interfaces fracture behavior is proposed to investigate relevant parameters controlling the silica/alloy interface debonding. Calculations carried out using the finite elements method have shown that location of silica inclusions and silica/metal interface toughness are key parameters determining the cracks pattern morphology and the critical strain at failure.
AISI 304L
tensile testing
silica embrittlement
micromechanical modeling
Relations Between Oxidation Induced Microstructure and Mechanical Durability of Oxide Scales
Journal Article
Published Journal Article
29-40
53.01.97
2018-02-07T07:28:10Z
10.1007/s11085-016-9673-5
Политехнический институт
Кафедра прикладной механики
Oxidation of Metals
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