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Size Effects on Tensile Strength of Lotus-Type Porous Copper
Hidekazu SuenoMasakazu TaneJae-Soung ParkSoong-Keun HyunHideo Nakajima
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2006 Volume 47 Issue 9 Pages 2203-2207

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Effects of specimen thickness on the tensile strength of lotus-type porous copper were investigated. The ultimate tensile strength in the direction perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of pores hardly depends on the thickness of a specimen when the width of the specimen is large enough compared with the pore diameter, while the ultimate tensile strength increases with an increase in the thickness when the width is not large enough compared with the pore diameter. The 0.2% offset strength in the direction and strain at the peak stress depend on the thickness of specimens; the 0.2% offset strength decreases with an increase in the thickness, and the strain at peak stress increases with the increase in the thickness.

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