ASTM-C1256 › Standard Practice for Interpreting Glass Fracture Surface Features
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1.1 Fracture features on the surface of a crack reflect the nature and course of the fracture event associated with the breakage of a glass object. This practice is a guide to the identification and interpretation of these fracture surface features.
1.2 The practice describes the various fracture surface features as to their appearance, the process of formation and their significance.
1.3 The practice does not provide the procedural information necessary for a complete fractographic analysis. Such information is available in the general literature. (See Glossary for suggested literature).
breakage; cantilever curl; crack propagation; failure; fractographic; fracture; Fractography; hackle; mirror; mist; origin; scarp; Wallner line; ICS Number Code 81.040.20 (Glass in building)
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1993 R13 EDITION
Oct. 15, 2013