intergranular


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intergranular

(ˌɪntəˈɡrænjʊlə)
adj
situated or occurring between grains or granules
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El amplio uso de estos aceros se debe a su alta resistencia ante la corrosion intergranular, asi como a su proteccion ante la corrosion debida a los procesos de soldadura alrededor de las zonas criticas de las juntas y preparaciones para los cordones.
Transgranular failure mechanism have changed into the intergranular and there are visible ductile failure traces' dimples.
This trend can be explained, because agricultural products have, as a characteristic with the reduction of the moisture content, the reduction of their volume, causing the mass of the product to compact, reducing the intergranular spaces.
This was attributed to the formation of insulating intergranular layers that impedes the oxidation of Fe2+ ions inside the grains.
The XRD, SEM and EDS data revealed that hematite, illite, goethite and ferroan dolomite cement filled the intergranular pores in the Chichali Formation.
Macro and intergranular stress responses of austenitic stainless steel to 90[degrees] strain path changes.
The formation of chlorite membrane was suitable for the reservoir (Ehrenberg, 1993; Hurst & Nadeau, 1995; He, 2010): (1) Chlorite membrane could increase the mechanical strength of rock and resist the compaction to some extent, thus making the primary intergranular pore unable diminish further by compaction.
Sandvik says the high strength, austenitic nickel-chromium alloy Sanicro 60 (UNS N06625), exhibits very good resistance to pitting corrosion, intergranular corrosion and is virtually immune to stress corrosion cracking (SCC) in chloride containing environments.
In the literature, this is associated with the concept of small strain stiffness (Potts and Zdravkovic, 1999) or the concept of intergranular strain (Niemunis and Herle, 1997).
ASTM A262 Practice A, B, C, E, F) - Susceptibility to Intergranular Attack in austenitic stainless steels
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