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B. Greenhall, J.R. Corbett, A.G. Davies, and F.P. Timms, Microstructural studies on the evolution of notch-induced cracks in wrought aluminium alloys. Part 1. Microstructural investigation, Aluminium, 47, 8–9. (2005)


Laser-induced nanostructuring is often accompanied by the formation of a low carbon layer on the surface [61]. The formation of this layer is attributed to the high internal energy resulting from the ultrafast heating of the plasma plume and the subsequent energy transfer to the adhering material. In the case of amorphous phases, the internal energy is converted into an increase in the amorphous content in the vicinity of the plasma plume, leading to a nanometric amorphous layer and the accompanying reduction of the FCP [63]. The formation of a nanometric amorphous layer alters the material properties, e.g., the elongation-to-failure significantly depends on the thickness of the layer [64,65,66,67,68]. This effect can be beneficial in crack growth resistance if thin layers are simultaneously well attached to the matrix [69,70,71,72,73].


The crack growth rate in regime D is significantly reduced, and the crack appears to be arrested. This is supported by the observation of an unnoticeable difference between the crack growth rate in regime D and regime E in the SEM fractographs (figure 11).


The precipitation of a non-equilibrium phase, e.g., Mg2Si in 7xxx aluminum alloys, is influenced by the activity and the kinetics of the matrix [17,23,24,25,26,27,28]. This is also true for the Al7Cu2Fe phase, which is considered as a secondary precipitation phase; aluminum and copper in the Al7Cu2Fe phase are in a solid solution state. The precipitation of the primary phase, i.e., Al7Cu2Fe, will exert a positive effect on the fatigue crack growth resistance by the accumulation of a significant amount of a damage phase in an area ahead of a fatigue crack. This is a direct consequence of the stress concentration of the damage phase; if the stress concentration is too high, crack growth is retarded. In a worst-case scenario, the net effect could be an explosive crack growth along a preferential orientation, although the net effect is positive [30]. 827ec27edc






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