12 December 1997 High-strain-rate fracture behavior of steel: the new application of a high-speed video camera to the fracture initiation experiments of steel
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High-speed event capturing was conducted to determine the fracture initiation load of a hot-rolled steel under rapid loading conditions. The loading tests were carried out on compact specimens which were a single edge-notched and fatigue cracked plate loaded in tension. The impact velocities in the tests were 0.1 - 5.0 m/s. The influences of the impact velocity on the fracture initiation load were confirmed. The new application of a high-speed camera to the fracture initiation experiments has been confirmed.
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Goro Suzuki, Goro Suzuki, Kensuke Ichinose, Kensuke Ichinose, Kenji Gomi, Kenji Gomi, Teruo Kaneda, Teruo Kaneda, } "High-strain-rate fracture behavior of steel: the new application of a high-speed video camera to the fracture initiation experiments of steel", Proc. SPIE 3173, Ultrahigh- and High-Speed Photography and Image-based Motion Measurement, (12 December 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.294505; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.294505
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