Fractographia

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Fractura unci hastilis per fatigationem metallicam effecta.

Fractographia est studium superficierum fractarum materiarum. Rationes fractographicae usitate adhibentur ad causam defectionis in structuris per artem ingeniariae effectis determinandam, praecipue in defectione bonorum et usu ingeniariae forensis vel explicationis defectionis. In investigationibus in scientia materiarum, fractographia ad rationalia auctus rimarum exemplaria describenda et aestimanda adhibetur.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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