High Cycle Fatigue of Structural Materials: Symposium Proceedings in Honor of Professor Paul C. Paris : Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by the Structural Materials Division (SMD) of the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS) Held During Materials Week '97 in Indianapolis, IN, September 14-18, 1997, Hosted by the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society and ASM International
W. O. Soboyejo, T. S. Srivatsan
TMS, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 602 pages
Examining underlying mechanisms governing the high-cycle fatigue behavior of structural materials, this book from Materials Week '97 focuses on the high-cycle fatigue behavior of existing aluminum, nickel, and titanium-base alloys. Mechanical and empirical approaches to the assessment of environment and temperature effects are examined, along with probable approaches for the prediction of high-cycle fatigue behavior under both uniaxial and multiaxial stresses.
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Commentary on the Paris Equation
The Paris Exponent and Dislocation Crack Tip Shielding
Paris Law Extensions for Low AK and High AK Regimes and Applications
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aluminum alloy amplitude analysis applied stress ASTM austenite bainite cfcp rates composite constant crack closure crack growth rate crack length crack tip cyclic stress da/dN damage debond deformation dislocation dispersion strengthened displacement ductile ductile iron effect elastic Engineering equation experimental failure fatigue behavior fatigue crack growth fatigue crack initiation fatigue crack propagation fatigue fracture fatigue loading fatigue strength fatigue tests fracture mechanics fracture surface frequency grain boundaries high AK regime High Cycle Fatigue increase interface Kmax long crack Materials Society matrix maximum measured microcracks micrographs microscopic microstructure mode MPaVm niobium notch number of cycles observed overload parameters Paris law particles peening plane strain plastic zone predicted S-N curves sample scratch depth shear short crack shot peening shown in Figure shows slip bands steel strain stress intensity factor stress levels stress ratio Structural Materials subsurface crack initiation superalloy threshold TiCN transgranular unreinforced values