Analysis on the stress corrosion crack inception based on pit shape and size of the FV520B tensile specimen

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Abstract

The influence of pit shape and size on local stress concentration in the tensile specimen and the stress corrosion cracks inception was studied by employing the element remove technique. The maximum stress located in the bottom of pit on FV520B tensile specimen. The location of maximum strain was near the mouth of the pit or the shoulder and plastic strain existed in this region. Stress concentration factor and plastic deformation on four different geometrical shape pits of hemisphere, semi-ellipsoid, bullet and butterfly were numerically investigated, respectively. The simulation results showed that butterfly pit got the biggest stress concentration factor. The plastic strain rate during pit growth was in the sensitivity range of stress corrosion cracks inception, indicating that stress corrosion cracks were more likely to nucleate near the pit tip or the shoulder.

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Xiang, L., Pan, J., & Chen, S. (2018). Analysis on the stress corrosion crack inception based on pit shape and size of the FV520B tensile specimen. Results in Physics, 9, 463–470. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rinp.2018.03.005

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