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DOE-HDBK-1003-96
APPENDIX C
C.1.11 Properties of Materials Matrix
SUBJECT
TOPIC
E
M
I
L
E
&
E
C
C
C
H
Properties of metals
Structure basics
A
A
A
Changes in structure
A
A
A
Expansion
A
A
A
Embrittlement
A
A
A
Alloy
Definition
A
A
A
Applications
A
A
A
Brittle fracture
Characteristics
-
A
-
Mechanisms
-
A
-
Heatup/cooldown effects
-
A
-
Heat treating
-
A
-
-
A
-
Material problems
Fatigue failure/work hardening
A
A
A
Corrosion
A
A
A
A
A
A
Radiation-induced embrittlement
-
A
-
Thermal shock/stress
Definition
A
A
A
Causes and effects
A
A
A
Strength of materials
Compressive strength
A
A
A
Tensile strength
A
A
A
Torque limits
A
A
A
Corrosion and corrosion
General
A
A
A
control
Pit and crevice
A
A
A
Galvanic
A
A
A
Chloride stress
-
A
A
Caustic stress
-
A
-
Stress corrosion cracking
-
A
-
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