STP 1367, the most significant publication on fretting fatigue to date, contains the latest research from technical leaders worldwide. This unique volume focuses on fretting fatigue research, development, and engineering design related matters, as well as failure analysis and maintenance engineering issues. It also explores research that may prove useful in life estimation, a damage mapping approach that may provide significant guidance to developing fretting fatigue design methods, and prevention and alleviation schemes.
36 peer-reviewed papers cover:
Fretting Fatigue Parameter Effects
Fretting Fatigue Crack Nucleation
Material and Microstructural Effects
Fretting Damage Analysis
Fracture Mechanics Applied to Fretting Fatigue
STP 1367 is a valuable technical resource for engineers dealing in the research, development, and problem solving related to fretting fatigue. It is also useful to those interested in wear and its effects on corrosion and fatigue.