Scale-based correlations of relative areas with fracture of chocolate

@article{Cantor2009ScalebasedCO,
  title={Scale-based correlations of relative areas with fracture of chocolate},
  author={G. Cantor and C. Brown},
  journal={Wear},
  year={2009},
  volume={266},
  pages={609-612}
}
  • G. Cantor, C. Brown
  • Published 2009
  • Materials Science
  • Wear
  • Abstract Scale-based correlation analyses are applied to the fractography of chocolate. The objective is to show how scale-based analyses can find functional correlations between surface properties and surface textures. This work may also provide some insights into the fracture of chocolate, as distinct scales with strong correlations are found. Chocolate was broken by a strain-rate controlled three-point bending apparatus at various temperatures. The fractured surfaces were measured using a… CONTINUE READING
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