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Measurement of bainite packet size and its influence on cleavage fracture in a medium carbon bainitic steel

AuthorsRancel, Lucía; Gómez, Manuel; Medina, Sebastián F.; Gutiérrez, I.
KeywordsBainitic packet
Microstructural unit
Cleavage fracture
Issue Date2011
CitationMaterials Science and Engineering - A 530(15) : 21-27 (2011)
AbstractFor abainitic steel of C = 0.38%, the bainiticpacketsize measured by OM is about 3.5 times larger than that measured by EBSD with a 15° grain boundary misorientation. This ratio is used to calculate the effective surface energy given by Griffith's model for cleavagefracture. Average ferrite lath width and cementite carbide width values are also measured. Following the general form of Griffith's equation, the effective surface area of cleavagefractureγp is determined for each microstructural unit. It is concluded that the bainitepacketsize determined by EBSD with a 15° misorientation angle criterion is the microstructural parameter that controls cleavage crack propagation. Given the relationship between the average unit crack path (UCP) and the bainiticpacketsize, it is concluded that the effective surface energy of cleavagefracture (γp) is between 71.6 and 82.6 J m−2.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.msea.2011.09.001
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