Effect of nonmetallic inclusions on crack propagation in steel 45L
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The effect of nonmetallic inclusions on the character of crack propagation in deformed steel 45L specimens was investigated. The optimum shape of nonmetallic inclusions ensuring a high resistance to crack propagation, i.e., a high resistance of steel to brittle fracture at subzero temperatures, was established.
KeywordsBrittle High Resistance Brittle Fracture Optimum Shape Nonmetallic Inclusion
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