New Developments in the Brittle to Ductile Transitions of Fracture in Intrinsically Brittle Crystals and Polycrystals
We will briefly review some recent developments in the study of the brittle to ductile transitions in fracture in some intrinsically brittle crystalline solids both on the experimental and theoretical level or with computer modeling.
Key Wordsbrittleness ductility fracture transitions silicon Fe-3% Si Alloy
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