Dimpled rupture fracture

A fractographic term describing ductile fracture that occurs through the formation and coalescence of microvoids (dimples) along the fracture path. The fracture surface of such a ductile fracture appears dimpled when observed at high magnification and usually is most clearly resolved when viewed in a scanning electron microscope.
Accreditations Aster Accredia Accredia Accredia Tuv Nord Nadcap Crit
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