The complex analysis of fractures of high-strength titanium alloy VT23 was performed at the macro-and microlevels, and the basic patterns of fracture under static stretching and after the realization of dynamic non-equilibrium processes caused by impact-oscillatory loading and subsequent static stretching were revealed. The morphological regularities in the formation of dimples of tearing and alloy stratification at the macro level were established with the help of 3-D profilometry. The micromechanisms of fracture were numerically characterized by the methods of optical-digital analysis, in particular, by highlighting the bound areas, which are the objects of interest—the dimples of tearing. The analysis of the surface of ductile tearing under different loading conditions at the microlevel was performed by analyzing the parameter distribution patterns of the dimples found on it.
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- Materials Science(all)