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Experimental–Numerical Characterization of the Fracture Behaviour of P264GH Steel Notched Pipes Subject to Internal Pressure

Abstract : The rupture phenomenon of a mechanical structure requires critical consideration, because of its safety constructions. A detailed experiment of material features as well as the Young’s modulus, yield strength, material toughness or fracture resistance provides useful information to predict the life integrity of a pipe structure. This paper presents the most accurate experimental techniques for characterization of a pipe-like structure to assess its reliability. Standard traction tests, dynamic Charpy tests and pressure tests were performed to envisage the crack propagation progress. Detailed information on fracture process was obtained by a robust numerical approach using the finite element method.
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Hassane Moustabchir, Azari Zitouni, Saïd Hariri, J. Gilgert, C.I. Pruncu. Experimental–Numerical Characterization of the Fracture Behaviour of P264GH Steel Notched Pipes Subject to Internal Pressure. Iranian Journal of Science and Technology, Transactions of Mechanical Engineering, 2018, 42 (2), pp.107-115. ⟨10.1007/s40997-017-0086-0⟩. ⟨hal-03172658⟩

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