CAUSES OF CLEAVAGE FRACTURE IN SHIP PLATE: FLAT PLATE TESTS AND ADDITIONAL TESTS ON LARGE TUBES
The materials used in this investigation were three lots of semi-killed hull quality steels, one lot of nickel alloy, one lot of fully-killed, and one lot of fully-killed quenched and drawn steel. The specimens used in the principal program were 3/4 inch thick plates containing a narrow transverse slot having a length equal to one fourth of the specimen width. These were tested in tension in widths ranging from 12 inches to 108 inches. Tests were made at each of a number of temperatures in order to determine the temperature at which the mode of failure changed from shear to cleavage type. In the tests, observations were made of the following: the maximum load, load at development of cracks, fracture load, energy absorbed to maximum load, mode of fracture, strain distribution over the faces of plates and thickness reductions near the lines of fracture.
- See also AD-636 742.
University of California, BerkeleyBerkeley, CA USA 94720
- DAVIS, H E
- TROXELL, G E
- Parker, E R
- Boodberg, A
- O'Brien, M P
- Publication Date: 1947-1-17
- Pagination: 196 p.
- TRT Terms: Cleavage fracture; Cracking; Energy absorption; Fracture mechanics; Fracture tests; Loads; Metals; Microstructure; Nickel alloys; Notching (Cutting); Pipe; Steel; Steel plates; Strength of materials; Transition point
- Identifier Terms: Ship Structure Committee
- Uncontrolled Terms: Crack initiation; Experimental data; Notch sensitivity
- Old TRIS Terms: Loading mechanics; Ship plates
- Subject Areas: Marine Transportation; Materials;
- Accession Number: 00327715
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: SSC- 8 Final Rpt.
- Contract Numbers: NOBS-34231, NOBS-31222
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Feb 18 1981 12:00AM