Fractures, Fatigue, and Overload Analysis

Fractures, Fatigue, Overload Analysis

Mechanical failures are commonplace, and a simple fractured screw can render a key piece of equipment inoperable. It is critical to understand the causes of fractures, fatigue, and overload failures in materials and components.

By carefully examining the fracture surfaces, quantifying elemental ratios in alloys, and analyzing material grains and microstructures, we can determine whether a failure resulted from a single overloading event, cyclic loading, or from the substitution of an inferior material by the manufacturer. The specific mechanisms and factors behind a mechanical failure can be used to drive changes in application, design, materials, and vendors, ultimately improving reliability and safety.

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