Published: Jan 1971
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A summary is presented of various methods available to the engineer for dealing with fatigue problems. Design, metallurgical, and service factors are considered. An attempt is made to provide a rational basis for each approach, resorting in each case to an understanding of the fundamental mechanism of the fatigue process.
fatigue (materials), creep properties, fatigue life, thermal fatigue, gas turbine engines, metallurgy, design, maintenance, toughness, surface properties, fatigue strength at , N, cycles, hardening (materials), metals, alloys, temperature, stress concentration, shot peening, strains, residual stress, evaluation, fatigue tests
ChiefMember ASTM, Lewis Research Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Cleveland, Ohio