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Fractal analysis of crack initiation in polycrystalline alloys using surface interferometry
Microstructural degradation is a predominant source of damage in polycrystalline alloys that are commonly used in diverse applications. For early diagnosis and prognosis of failures, it is essential to understand the mechanisms of damage growth specifically in the crack initiation phase, which is still an intriguing phenomenon for scientists due to sensing inaccuracies and modeling uncertainties. Measurements of gradually evolving deformations on the material surface during crack initiationdoi:10.1209/0295-5075/98/44006 fatcat:zll4xqcio5hktcggqsljksx3ti