Effect of microstructure on formation of ductile fracture surface in steel plate

Tomoaki Fukahori, Shinichi Suzuki, Naoya Yamada, Masatoshi Aramaki, Osamu Furukimi

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Abstract

In recent years, high strength steel plates for building and pipelines have been required to improve ductile fracture properties, assuming ground deformation in earthquake-prone region. The ductile fracture is performed by the result from coalescence of micro-voids followed by the nucleation and growth[1]. Fractured surface morphology reflects the void coalescence process, so it is important to consider the relationship between the fracture surface morphology and the micro-voids formation beneath the fractured surface to consider the ductile fracture properties. The voids nucleate sites are mainly particles such as inclusions or precipitates, and grain boundries. These voids grow and coalesce according to three modes. The first mode is directly coalescence of voids followed by growth[2]. The second one is the coalescence of voids caused by shear deformation followed by internal necking between voids[3]. The third one is the coalescence of voids caused by micro-voids nucleation in shear band between two larger voids[4]. It is expected that these modes influence local elongation property which is one of the indices for ductile fracture property through the formation of fractured surface. In this study, local deformation energy which is measured by load-displacement curve in tensile test is examined by focusing the voids nucleation, growth and coalescence, for high tensile strength plates of TS480-830MPa which is controlled by the microstructure through the cooling rate of heat treatment. The deformation energy is useful to consider the ductile fracture property of steel plates which have a different tensile strength.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTHERMEC 2011 Supplement
Pages678-683
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 4 2012
Event7th International Conference on Processing and Manufacturing of Advanced Materials, THERMEC'2011 - Quebec City, QC, Canada
Duration: Aug 1 2011Aug 5 2011

Publication series

NameAdvanced Materials Research
Volume409
ISSN (Print)1022-6680

Other

Other7th International Conference on Processing and Manufacturing of Advanced Materials, THERMEC'2011
CountryCanada
CityQuebec City, QC
Period8/1/118/5/11

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Ductile fracture
Coalescence
Microstructure
Steel
Nucleation
Surface morphology
Tensile strength
Shear bands
High strength steel
Shear deformation
Precipitates
Elongation
Earthquakes
Pipelines
Heat treatment
Cooling

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

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Fukahori, T., Suzuki, S., Yamada, N., Aramaki, M., & Furukimi, O. (2012). Effect of microstructure on formation of ductile fracture surface in steel plate. In THERMEC 2011 Supplement (pp. 678-683). (Advanced Materials Research; Vol. 409). https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.409.678

Effect of microstructure on formation of ductile fracture surface in steel plate. / Fukahori, Tomoaki; Suzuki, Shinichi; Yamada, Naoya; Aramaki, Masatoshi; Furukimi, Osamu.

THERMEC 2011 Supplement. 2012. p. 678-683 (Advanced Materials Research; Vol. 409).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Fukahori, T, Suzuki, S, Yamada, N, Aramaki, M & Furukimi, O 2012, Effect of microstructure on formation of ductile fracture surface in steel plate. in THERMEC 2011 Supplement. Advanced Materials Research, vol. 409, pp. 678-683, 7th International Conference on Processing and Manufacturing of Advanced Materials, THERMEC'2011, Quebec City, QC, Canada, 8/1/11. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.409.678
Fukahori T, Suzuki S, Yamada N, Aramaki M, Furukimi O. Effect of microstructure on formation of ductile fracture surface in steel plate. In THERMEC 2011 Supplement. 2012. p. 678-683. (Advanced Materials Research). https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.409.678
Fukahori, Tomoaki ; Suzuki, Shinichi ; Yamada, Naoya ; Aramaki, Masatoshi ; Furukimi, Osamu. / Effect of microstructure on formation of ductile fracture surface in steel plate. THERMEC 2011 Supplement. 2012. pp. 678-683 (Advanced Materials Research).
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