Barlow, CY (1983) EFFECT OF GRAIN-BOUNDARY MICROSTRUCTURE ON CAVITY NUCLEATION IN A NICKEL-BASED SUPERALLOY. In: UNSPECIFIED pp. 139-144..Full text not available from this repository.
A study is presented of grain-boundary cavitation produced in Nimonic 80A by cold-deformation and stress-free annealing. The cavities were found to originate either from transverse cracking of carbide particles, or from decohesion of the particle-grain boundary interfaces. This decohesion could occur either during deformation, or during annealing. The cavities were invariably located at or close to the point of impingement of a matrix slip band on the grain boundary, but not all slip bands at a particular boundary were associated with cavitation. Quantitative evidence is presented showing that the mean number of dislocations associated with each slip band increases with macroscopic strain, but there is considerable variation between slip bands. This accounts for the differential ability of slip bands to result in cavity nucleation.
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