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Habig and D. Klaffke. Photo by BAM Berlin/Germany. 22 Sequence of events in necking and fracture of a tensile-test specimen: (a) early stage of necking; (b) small voids begin to form within the necked region; (c) voids coalesce, producing an internal crack; (d) the rest of the cross-section begins to fail at the periphery, by shearing; (e) the final fracture surfaces, known as cup- (top fracture surface) and cone- (bottom surface) fracture. 23 Schematic illustration of the deformation of soft and hard inclusions and of their effect on void formation in plastic deformation.
L. Meiley and Packer Engineering Associates, Inc. 27 Typical fatigue-fracture surface on metals, showing beach marks. Magnification: left, 500X; right, 1000X. Source: Courtesy of B. J. Schulze and S. L. Meiley and Packer Engineering Associates, Inc. 28 Reductions in the fatigue strength of cast steels subjected to various surfacefinishing operations. Note that the reduction becomes greater as the surface roughness and the strength of the steel increase. Source: M. R. Mitchell. 29 Residual stresses developed in bending a beam having a rectangular cross-section.
1982. 7 The lead-tin phase diagram. 1% Pb. A composition either lower or higher than this ratio will have a higher liquidus temperature. 8 The iron-iron carbide phase diagram. Because of the importance of steel as an engineering material, this diagram is one of the most important of all phase diagrams. 9 The unit cells for (a) austenite, (b) ferrite, and (c) martensite. The effect of percentage of carbon (by weight) on the lattice dimensions for martensite is shown in (d). Note the interstitial position of the carbon atoms (see Fig.