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Characterization of damage in a cast aluminum alloy during cyclic loading test at high temperature by x-ray tomography

Abstract : The aim of this work is to clarify the role of microstructure heterogeneity in the initiation and growth of cracks in a lost foam cast A319 for low cycle fatigue (LCF) loading condition. Because 2D analysis fail to establish the scenario of damage events, this study is based on 3D in situ analysis using synchrotron X-ray tomography during LCF test performed at 200°C. If X-ray tomography is now an established technique to study damage development in 3D, its application for relatively high temperature cyclic tests has never been done so far. Initial 3D observations of damage show that the cracks that lead to fracture initiate near large pores and propagate into the hard particles 3D network of the eutectic regions.
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Sébastien Dezecot, Jean-Yves Buffiere, Alain Köster, Vincent Maurel, Fabien Szmytka. Characterization of damage in a cast aluminum alloy during cyclic loading test at high temperature by x-ray tomography. COM 2015 : The conference of metallurgists, Aug 2015, Toronto, Canada. 13 p. ⟨hal-01237859⟩

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