High cycle fatigue of structural materials: symposium proceedings in honor of Professor Paul C. Paris : proceedings of a Symposium

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TMS, 1997 - Architecture - 602 pages
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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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Contents

Commentary on the Paris Equation
25
The Paris Exponent and Dislocation Crack Tip Shielding
41
Paris Law Extensions for Low AK and High AK Regimes and Applications
49
Progress in Understanding Corrosion Fatigue Crack Growth
79
R W Hertzberg
92
Crack Growth Under Variable Amplitude and Spectrum Loading in 2024T3
109
Introducing the Kmax Sensitivity Concept for Correlating Fatigue Crack
123
Preferred Locations for Fatigue Crack Initiation
145
kHz Servohydraulic Fatigue Testing System
305
Fatigue Behavior of a Commercial Co26 Cr9 Ni wt Base Alloy
313
The Crystallography of Fatigue Crack Initiation in Two Austenitic FeNi
327
Fatigue Strength of TiN and TiCN Ceramic Coated lCrlMo0 25V Steel
339
High Cycle Fatigue Behavior of Squeeze Cast A356 AlSiCw
355
Relation of Defect Size and Location to Fatigue Failure in Al Alloy A356 Cast
371
The High Cycle Fatigue and Fracture Behavior of Aluminum Alloy 7055
381
The Effects of Scratches and Shot Peening on the High Cycle Fatigue Crack
409

Microstructural Fracture Mechanics in HighCycle Fatigue
157
Role of Grain Size on Long Fatigue Cracks
167
Fatigue Crack Growth A Modeling Perspective
181
The Influence of DeformationInduced Martensite on Fatigue Crack Growth
191
Role of Kmax on Fatigue Crack Growth
203
HighCycle Fatigue Crack Growth in the Paris and Threshold Regime
211
Effect of Corrosion Pitting on Fatigue Crack Initiation and Fatigue Life
229
Corrosion Fatigue Crack Propagation in Aluminum Alloys
247
kHz SEM Loading Stage
263
An Investigation of Fatigue Crack Growth in Inconel 718
269
Effects of Microstructure on the Subsurface Crack Initiation of Ti6A14V
287
Fatigue Threshold Maps of PWA 1480 Superalloy Single Crystal in Air
299
Fatigue Behaviour of ADI Some Specific Features
427
Fatigue Crack Development from Defects in a Cast Aluminium Alloy
445
Predictive Methodologies for Elevated Temperature HighCycle Fatigue
461
Adhesion and Progressive Delamination of PolymerMetal Interfaces
479
Impact Damage and Fatigue Behavior of Gamma TiAl
499
Microplasticity and Fatigue in a Damage Tolerant Niobium Aluminide
513
Fatigue Behavior of Continuous FiberReinforced CeramicMatrix Composites
533
The High Cycle Fatigue and Fracture Behavior of a CopperNiobium
553
Role of Microcracks in High Cycle Fatigue Damage of an AlSiC Composite
581
Subject Index
597
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