Acoustic Emission Assessment of Impending Fracture in a Cyclically Loading Structural Steel
AbstractUsing the advanced acoustic emission (AE) technique, we address the problem of early identification of crack initiation and growth in ductile structural steels under cyclic loading. The notched 9MnSi5 steel specimens with weld joints were fatigue tested at room and lower temperatures with concurrent AE measurements. Detection of AE in ductile materials where fatigue crack initiation and propagation is mediated by local dislocation behavior ahead of the notch or crack tip is challenging because of an extremely low amplitude of the AE signal. With account of this issue, two new practically oriented criteria for recognition of different stages of fatigue are proposed on the basis of AE data: (1) a power spectrum-based criterion and (2) a pattern recognition-based criterion utilizing modern clustering algorithms. The applicability of both criteria is verified using obtained AE data. A good correspondence between AE outcomes and experimental observations of the fatigue behavior was obtained and is discussed. View Full-Text
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Rastegaev, I.; Danyuk, A.; Afanas’yev, M.; Merson, D.; Berto, F.; Vinogradov, A. Acoustic Emission Assessment of Impending Fracture in a Cyclically Loading Structural Steel. Metals 2016, 6, 266.
Rastegaev I, Danyuk A, Afanas’yev M, Merson D, Berto F, Vinogradov A. Acoustic Emission Assessment of Impending Fracture in a Cyclically Loading Structural Steel. Metals. 2016; 6(11):266.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rastegaev, Igor; Danyuk, Alexey; Afanas’yev, Maksim; Merson, Dmitry; Berto, Filippo; Vinogradov, Alexei. 2016. "Acoustic Emission Assessment of Impending Fracture in a Cyclically Loading Structural Steel." Metals 6, no. 11: 266.
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