By D. E. McCabe, J. G. Merkle, K. Wallin
This new ASTM handbook introduces the idea that of the grasp Curve technique so it may be understood and utilized by engineers who've had restricted publicity to elastic-plastic fracture mechanics and/or complex statistical tools. It addresses the sensible design-related challenge of defining the ductile-to-brittle fracture transition temperature of structural steels at once by way of fracture mechanics facts. subject matters conceal: • heritage and historic features • information validity specifications imposed on try information, and the variety of facts required to represent a statistically useable info set for identifying a reference temperature, To • try specimens that may be used to improve legitimate KJc • Fixturing and try out gear wishes • education of specimens (precracking and side-grooving) for trying out • try machines, their mode of operation, and prompt specimen loading charges • the entire info had to calculate values of KJc • Scale parameter statistical equations for fabric checking out • moment alternative for calculating the To temperature that's useable while KJc information were generated at quite a few try out temperatures • How the variety of KJc values is dealt with utilizing the three-parameter Weibull version • info on innovations below learn • short dialogue of significant issues considering at once employing grasp Curve fracture sturdiness facts to the fracture-safety research of exact buildings
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Extra info for An Introduction to the Development and Use of the Master Curve Method (ASTM Manual) (Astm Manual Series, Mnl 52)
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33 ORNL2003-02434/dgc 400 - MC ~ / 200 ~Z 100 - j ~ I -150 * J ~ " IT~ = -47~ -1 O0 -50 . . 0"6~ I I 0 50 Test Temperature (~ Fig. 6~163 applied to the 2 % tolerance bound of the Master Curve (ME). 1reConsideration of the Pre-Cracked Charpy Specimen EVEN THOUGH THE CHARPY (CVN) B E N D BAR IS SMALLER THAN ANY other candidate fracture mechanics specimen, it is being considered for use because it is the most common non-fracture mechanics specimen used in manufacturing and engineering applications.
5. No invalid Kj~ data have been discarded. ) equivalent thickness. 2inValid Plus Invalid Data at One Test Temperature The following equation was derived by m a x i m u m likelihood theory to use with mixed valid and invalid Kj~ data . It is assumed here that: 1. All specimens have been tested at one test temperature. 2. All specimens are of ASTM E 1921 specified geometries. 3. If specimens were of varied sizes, the Kjc values have been converted to one c o m m o n size. See Note 3. 4. There are at least six valid Kjc values in the mix of valid/invalid data.
An Introduction to the Development and Use of the Master Curve Method (ASTM Manual) (Astm Manual Series, Mnl 52) by D. E. McCabe, J. G. Merkle, K. Wallin