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    Failure Analysis

    Published: November 01, 1995
    Authors: Michelle M. Gauthier, Editor

    Failure analysis, like any analysis, is directed toward acquiring specified information.

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    Photography in Failure Analysis

    Published: 2002
    Authors: Richard H. McSwain, McSwain Engineering, Inc.

    FAILURE ANALYSIS is an investigative process in which visual observations are made and conclusions are drawn based on physical evidence and features present on a failed component.

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    Advanced Techniques of Failure Analysis

    Published: October 01, 2005

    With the evolution of the methodology of failure analysis, and keeping pace with the complexities of failures in modern intricate machines and structures, newer techniques have been established for carrying out the various stages of failure analysis. Some of these techniques are described in this chapter.

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    The Failure Analysis Process

    Published: October 01, 2011
    Authors: M. Steven Ferrier , Metatech Corporation

    How does an experienced Failure Analysis engineer crack a tough analysis? What makes the difference between a new engineer's Failure Analysis approach and the seasoned, effective analysis method of a veteran? Can our industry capture a formulation of correct Failure Analysis methodology to accelerate the development of new

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    Characterization of Plastics in Failure Analysis

    Published: December 01, 2003

    The ultimate objective of a failure analysis is to ascertain the mode and the cause of the failure, regardless of the material from which the part was fabricated. The investigation is performed in generally the same manner, whether the failed component was produced from metal or plastic or a combination of these materials.

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    Failure Analysis of Tools

    Published: November 01, 2004
    Authors: Iqbal Shahid

    The fact that a failure is seldom the result of a single factor makes failure analysis complicated. The eight steps required for a successful analysis are described.

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    Failure Analysis Methodology

    Published: October 01, 2005

    Failure analysis is a multidisciplinary activity. The approach to failure analysis and the methodology adopted are often governed by the expertise of the analyst.

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    Fracture Mechanics in Failure Analysis

    Published: 1996
    Authors: Alan R. Rosenfield

    FRACTURE MECHANICS has developed into a useful tool in the design of crack-tolerant structures and in fracture control; it also has a place in failure analysis.

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    Introduction to Failure Analysis and Prevention

    Published: 2002
    Authors: James J. Scutti, Massachusetts Materials Research, Inc.; William J. McBrine, ALTRAN Corporation

    ANALYZING FAILURES is a critical process in determining the physical root causes of problems. The process is complex, draws upon many different technical disciplines, and uses a variety of observation, inspection, and laboratory techniques.

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    Metallographic Techniques in Failure Analysis

    Published: 2002
    Authors: George F. Vander Voort, Buehler Ltd.

    METALLOGRAPHIC EXAMINATION is one of the most important procedures used by metallurgists in failure analysis. Development of powerful electron metallographic instruments, such as the scanning electron microscope, has not diminished the importance of light microscopy.

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