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Use of fractographic analysis to determine the resistance of steel and cast iron to brittle fracture

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Zelenova, V.D. Use of fractographic analysis to determine the resistance of steel and cast iron to brittle fracture. Met Sci Heat Treat 22, 528–532 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00693599

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Keywords

  • Iron
  • Brittle
  • Cast Iron
  • Brittle Fracture
  • Fractographic Analysis