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study on the tensile strength of ice as a function of grain size

J. H. Currier

study on the tensile strength of ice as a function of grain size

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Published by US Army Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory, Available from National Technical Information Service in [Hanover, N.H.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ice.,
  • Fracture mechanics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJ.H. Currier, E.M. Schulson and W.F. St. Lawrence ; prepared for U.S. Army Research Office.
    SeriesCRREL report -- 83-14.
    ContributionsSchulson, E. M., St. Lawrence, W. F., United States. Army Research Office., Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.), Thayer School of Engineering.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 38, [1] p. :
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17555107M

    It has been several decades since the pioneering work of Professors Norman Petch and Eric Hall in discovering a functional relationship between the grain size of polycrystalline iron and its yield strength or cleavage properties. The focus then was on conventionally produced metallic materials and alloys. In the intervening years, however, there have been major extensions of . "The Characteristic Grain Size and the Compressive Strength of Ice Containing a Bimodal Distribution of Grain Sizes," E.M. Schulson and J.L. Laughlin, J. Offshore Mech. and Arctic Engg., ASME (),   The dependence of yield strength, uniform elongation, and toughness on grain size in metallic structural materials was discussed. The toughness is defined as the product of yield strength and uniform by: The strength of glass, a nontransparent value Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands @ The tendency in modern architecture to use glass structurally means that we need to know the engineering properties of glass accurately.


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Get this from a library. A study on the tensile strength of ice as a function of grain size. [J H Currier; E M Schulson; W F St Lawrence; United States. Army Research Office.; Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.); Thayer School of Engineering.].

Tensile experiments on equiaxed and randomly oriented polycrystalline ice have established that the fracture strength, σ f, decreases with increasing grain size, d, at least for aggregates slowly strained (10 −6 s −1) at high temperatures (− 10°C or T m).The functional relationship is of the Hall Petch form: σ f = σ i + kd − 1 2 where σ i and k are experimental by:   The mechanical properties of ice and snow are reviewed.

The tensile strength of ice varies from – MPa and the compressive strength varies from 5–25 MPa over the temperature range −10°C to −20°C.

The ice compressive strength increases with decreasing temperature and increasing strain rate, but ice tensile strength is relatively insensitive to these Cited by: size, the difference value between the tensile strength and yield strength was close, However, In case of the fine grain size, the difference value between the tensile strength and yield strength was bigger than that of the coarse grain size.

To study for the effect of the grain size for the low cycle fatigue life of alloy at elevatedFile Size: 1MB. The brittle fracture of ice under uniaxial tension and compression is discussed in terms of the nucleation and the propagation of internal cracks.

The discussion reveals that fracture under both applied stress states can be understood in terms of theories previously developed for the fracture of Cited by: 5.

Influence of temperature, composition, and grain size on the tensile failure of water ice: Implications for erosion on Titan For this study, sieved ice ( mm) used for seed grains. The tensile flow stress was measured to a strain of 30% and the grain size was varied from about to mm.

Qualitatively the effect of im- purities was studied by including a limited number of specimens made from aluminium with a purity of %; the grain size in these specimens was varied from to by: The strength of most metals depends on the average grain size in a polycrystalline material and on the sample size in a monocrystalline materials.

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Why Bigger is not Always Better – A discussion on the relationship between grain size and material strength. Figure Size: KB. In this thesis the influence of grain size on the mechanical properties of Inconel has been studied. In is commonly used superalloy which has a relatively low cost but offer good mechanical properties.

The research work was conducted from preparing two specimens of In that has been heat treated at different temperatures. The grain. Tensile strength: Strength in tension: about psi (1 MPa) for cold ice.

Flexural strength: what really matters: about psi for unthawed ice. Flexural strength is limited by tensile strength in most situations. Ice has a flexural strength about the same as white pine ACROSS the grain (which is about 1/50th of its flexural strength along.

"A Study on the Tensile Strength of Ice as a Function of Grain Size," J.H. Currier, E.M. Schulson and W.F. Lawrence, CRREL Report (), 38 pp. "A Short Review of the Physical Metallurgy of Ordered Zr 3 Al: Science and Engineering," E.M. Schulson, AECL (), 21 pp. Grain-boundary strengthening (or Hall–Petch strengthening) is a method of strengthening materials by changing their average crystallite (grain) size.

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Parameters studied include grain size, secondary dendrite arm spacing, secondary phase precipitates, porosity, hardness, ultimate tensile strength, yield strength and elongation. The microstructure of as-cast CoCr-6Mo was found to consist of a dendritic matrix with secondary phases precipitated at grain boundaries and interdendritic by:   How the ductility of metal change when grains is decreased??.

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This item appears in the following Collection(s) Dissertations and Theses (Ph.D. and Master's)Author: John M. Horeth. Snow comprises individual ice crystals that grow while suspended in the atmosphere—usually within clouds—and then fall, accumulating on the ground where they undergo further changes.

It consists of frozen crystalline water throughout its life cycle, starting when, under suitable conditions, the ice crystals form in the atmosphere, increase to millimeter size, precipitate and Compressive strength (σ): 3–7 MPa. Both crystallographic texture and grain size distribution are recognized to be of prime importance to understand the mechanical behavior of polycrystals [1,2,3,4].In particular, since the works of Hall [] and Petch [], the grain size is known to strongly influence the yield stress of grain sizes larger than 1 µm, the work hardening behavior is, however, generally reported to Cited by: 6.

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Therefore ten tropical species, from different strength classes, grown in Brazil were tested according to the Brazilian Standard Code ABNT NBR Author: Aline Pinto Moreira, Emily da Silveira, Diego Henrique de Almeida, Tiago Hendrigo de Almeida, Tulio. The grain size has an important effect on the mechanical properties of a metal.

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