STP942: Future Directions for Low Cycle Fatigue

    Manson, SS
    Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

    Pages: 25    Published: Jan 1988


    The thesis is maintained that the next 30 years will witness a proliferation of publications in the area of fatigue, following as a continuum of today's high productivity rate. The driving forces for such high production are discussed, and a “wish list” is provided suggesting priority areas requiring development. Some current projects at Case Western Reserve University are outlined.


    fatigue, fatigue literature, Manson-Coffin equation, Coffin-Manson equation, Strainrange Partitioning (SRP), cumulative fatigue damage, double-linear damage rule, damage curve approach, mean stress effects, Neuber correction, time-dependency of fatigue, thermal fatigue

    Paper ID: STP24473S

    Committee/Subcommittee: E08.05

    DOI: 10.1520/STP24473S

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