The fraction of the ductile component of the fracture surface after solid particle erosion for different materials was
investigated. The minimum amount of viscous fracture on the fracture surface was observed in aluminum samples with the
FCC lattice and very high stacking fault energy, and the maximum was found in copper samples with the same FCC lattice
but small stacking fault energy. The percentage of viscous fracture in BCC steel samples is close in magnitude to titanium
alloy with HCP + BCC lattice and they occupy an intermediate position between copper and aluminum samples.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLoading and Environment effects on Structural Integrity
Subtitle of host publicationbook of abstracts
Place of PublicationBelgrade
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event22nd European Conference on Fracture - Belgrad
Duration: 26 Aug 201831 Aug 2018


Conference22nd European Conference on Fracture
Abbreviated titleECF22

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