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Title: Application of Speckle Dynamics and Raman Light Scattering to Study the Fracture Features of Pipe Steel at High-cycle Fatigue
Authors: Vladimirov, A. P.
Ponosov, Y. S.
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Perm National Research Polytechnic University
PNRPU Publishing House
Citation: Vladimirov A. P. Application of Speckle Dynamics and Raman Light Scattering to Study the Fracture Features of Pipe Steel at High-cycle Fatigue / A. P. Vladimirov, Y. S. Ponosov // PNRPU Mechanics Bulletin. — 2018. — Vol. — Iss. 3. — P. 138-146.
Abstract: Despite a long history of research and a large number of publications, currently there are no methods for assessing and calculating the residual life of structural elements with their multi-cycle fatigue that would meet the requirements of engineering practice. In this regard, the role of physical methods to record the features of accumulation of local fatigue damage without stopping the operation or testing of various objects for fatigue increases. In the article two laser methods are used to study the origin of fatigue crack. Earlier, after testing for high-cycle fatigue of polished steel specimen with a Charpy notch, two zones of different sizes with different roughness were found near the notch. The first zone of 50x100 μm was located directly on the top of the notch. It consisted of inhomogeneities up to 10 μm in diameter and about 100 nm in height. In the center of the zone a macro-crack was discovered. The second zone with a diameter of 500-700 microns had a form of a hole (tie) with a depth of about 1 micron. Its center was located at a distance of 250-300 microns from the top of the notch. The aim of the work was to determine the formulation of inhomogeneities in a small zone and the sequence of the two zones’ occurrence. By using Raman microscopy, it is shown that the inhomogeneities are pieces of iron carbide. By the peculiarities of speckle image changes it is shown that the formation of two zones begins almost simultaneously. After the origination of a macro crack with a length of about 100 microns, a new plasticity zone at its top begins to form. Possible formation mechanisms of two zones are discussed. The disadvantages of the speckle method and the direction of further research are considered. © PNRPU.
Keywords: COAGULATION OF CARBIDES
CRACK NUCLEATION
DUCTILITY ZONE
FRACTURE
HIGH CYCLE FATIGUE
PIPE STEEL
RAMAN SCATTERING
SPECKLES
SPECKLES DYNAMICS
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/111547
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85055491220
PURE ID: 8173303
ISSN: 2224-9893
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: The authors thank I. S. Kamentsev, N.. Drukarenko, I. Tikhonova for help with sample preparation and fatigue testing. The work was carried out on the equipment of centers for collective use " Plastometry" of Institute of Engineering Science of Ural Branch of RAS and " Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology" of Ural Federal University with partial funding RFBR grant № 16-08-01077_a and act 211 of Government of the Russian Federation, agreement No. 02.A03.21.0006.
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