Advances in Fatigue Lifetime Predictive Techniques: Second volume, Issue 1155; Issue 1211

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ASTM International, 1993 - Commercial products - 95 pages
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Based on the second in a series of symposia on Product Testing with Consumers for Research Guidance, this volume focuses on how to investigate special interest groups. The first section is concerned with design, analysis, and segmentation. The second section discusses considerations for testing with
 

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Contents

Overview
1
Contribution of Individual Spectrum Load Cycles to Damage in Notch Root Crack
19
Calculation of Spectrum Load Notch Root Crack Growth Rate Under Elastic
28
Fatigue Damage Due to SubThreshold Load Cycles Between Periodic Overloads
45
Exact Determination of AA and Crack Propagation Prediction for Selected
54
FEM Analysis of Cyclic Deformation Around the Fatigue Crack Tip After a Single
72
A Creep Cavity Growth Model for CreepFatigue Life Prediction of
91
ThermalMechanical Fatigue Lifetime Prediction of an Austenitic Stainless Steel
105
Crack Density and Fatigue Lifetime of Metals Under Variable Amplitude
132
Determination of Fatigue Limit Between 105 and 10 Cycles Using an Ultrasonic
141
Novel Methodology for Fatigue Lifetime Predictiona puskar
153
Estimation of Fatigue Propagation Life in Resistance Spot Weldss d sheppard
169
A Reverse Plasticity Criterion for Specifying Optimal Proof Load Levels
186
Fatigue Lifetime Prediction of AnglePlied FiberReinforced Elastomer Composites
203
Problems with Current Methodology in Using the Arrhenius Equation to Predict
236
Author Index 249
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The Cumulative Fatigue Damage Behavior of MARM 247 in Air and High
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