Basic Questions in Fatigue, Volume 1

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Jeffrey T. Fong, Richard J. Fields
ASTM International, 1988 - Materials - 389 pages
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Contents

Overview
1
The Role of CrossSlip of Screw Dislocations in Fatigue Behavior of Copper Single
17
Crack Nucleation in Persistent Slipbandsaxel hunsche and peter Neumann
26
Change of Dislocation Structures and Macroscopic Conditions from Initial State
39
What Are the Kinetics of Slipband Extrusion william j Baxter
67
Substructure Developments During Strain Cycling of Wavy Slip Mode Metals
81
Crystallographic Study of the Fatigue Crack Nucleation Mechanism in Pure Iron
98
Crack Growth Studies in Biaxial Fatigueh sehitoglu d f socie
120
Fatigue Damage Accumulation During Cycles of Nonproportional Straining
194
The Significance of Sliding Mode Crack Closure on Mode III Fatigue Crack
214
A Critical Comparison of Proposed Parameters for HighStrain Fatigue Crack
233
Toward an Understanding of Mode II Fatigue Crack Growthmichael c smith
260
The Propagation of Short Fatigue Cracks at Notcheskeisuke tanaka
281
ElasticPlastic Behavior of Short Fatigue Crack in Smooth Specimen
312
Use of Nondestructive Evaluation Techniques in Studies of Small Fatigue Cracks
323
Is the Concept of a Fatigue Threshold Meaningful in the Presence of Compression
337

Unified Treatment of Deep and Shallow Notches in Rotating Bending Fatigue
136
Influence of Stress State on Crack Growth Retardationnorman a fleck
157
Critical Behavior of Nonpropagating Crack in SteelTakeshi kunio
184
Crack Closure and VariableAmplitude Fatigue Crack Growth
357
Author Index
377
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