Fracture Toughness Measurements Using Instrumented Scratch and Indentation Techniques
In Material Science, fracture toughness is defined as the ability of a material to inhibit crack propagation and resist brittle fracture. A material’s toughness is an important part of material selection since component fracture can often lead to catastrophic failure of a system. In this webinar two different types of techniques are discussed in order to measure fracture mechanics in hard materials.
2017-10-25, 11:00 - 12:00
Trainer: Brandon Frye
Mr. Brandon Frye is a Product Specialist for the indentation / scratch / tribology and AFM instruments of Anton Paar USA. With over 7 years' experience in nanonindentation and scratch testing, Brandon provides technical and application support to TriTec users throughout the United States. Brandon received a Master's degree in Material Science and Engineering at Auburn University and a Bachelor's degree in Material Engineering at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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Tel.: +1 - 804 - 550 - 1051
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