Fibrous fracture

 A gray and amorphous fracture that results when a metal is sufficiently ductile for the crystals to elongate before fracture occurs. When a fibrous fracture is obtained in an impact test, it may be regarded as definite evidence of toughness of the metal. See also crystalline fracture and silky fracture.
Accreditations Aster Accredia Accredia Accredia Tuv Nord Nadcap Crit
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