The Acoustic Gap as a Diagnostic Sign of Prefracture
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The relation between the acoustic-gap period observed during the tension of previously loaded samples from steels 20 and 45 and the plastic-deformation work (the fracture magnitude) estimated from the area under the strain curve is established. It is shown that the gap period increases with the relative life.
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