Applications of Automation Technology to Fatigue and Fracture Testing, Issue 1092

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ASTM International, 1990 - Fracture mechanics - 296 pages
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Provides both specific and general information regarding state-of-the art materials testing using automation technology as a means of: improving the reliability of data; eliminating the need for constant operator supervision; running tests that would be impossible without a computer; and reducing an
 

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Contents

Overview
3
A PCBased Data Acquisition System for Composite Material Fracture
21
A Test System for Computer Controlled Theromechanical Fatigue Testing
38
Fatigue and Fracture Testing Using a Multitasking Minicomputer Workstation
52
Dedicated MicroprocessorBased Controller for Fatigue Testingr sunder
68
A Semiautomated ComputerInteractive Dynamic Impact Testing System
83
A Fracture Mechanics Test Automation System for a Basic Research Laboratory
95
Simulation of Mechanical and Environmental Conditions in Fatigue Crack Growth
112
Automated VariableAmplitude Fatigue Crack Growth Technology
167
Use of Computer Systems in HighTemperature Crack Growth Studies
178
Use of Automated Ball Indentation Testing to Measure Flow Properties
188
Discussion
207
Automated Fatigue and Fracture Laboratory with Multiple Load Frames and Single
232
Collection and Evaluation of Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics Data According
250
A Data Acquisition and Control Program for AxialTorsional Fatigue Testing
269
Author Index 291
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Fatigue CrackGrowth Measurement Using Digital Image Analysis Technique
133
JR Curve Testing Utilizing the Reversing Direct Current Electrical Potential Drop
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