Brittle Fracture Screening Fact Sheet

by Brian R. Macejko / February 2017

 

Brittle fracture is the sudden, rapid propagation of a crack-like flaw under stress (residual or applied), where the material exhibits little or no evidence of ductility or plastic deformation. Unlike most other damage mechanisms, failure typically occurs without warning.

 

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