Linking microstructures to physical properties: advanced failure analysis using correlative mechanical microscopy

Research11/9/2023 9:00 AM

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In this webinar we will demonstrate the application of CMM to understand the failure of dissimilar metal welds used in pressurised water reactors in the nuclear power industry, showing how such a combined approach can be used more widely in failure analysis. During this webinar you will learn about: ✔ The effectiveness of EDS and EBSD to characterise complex microstructures with unprecedented detail. ✔ The speed and sensitivity of nanoindentation mapping to resolve local mechanical property variations. ✔ The power of correlative mechanical microscopy to understand fully the causes of failure in critical components.


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