STP1092

    Applications of Automation Technology to Fatigue and Fracture Testing

    Braun AA, Ashbaugh NE, Smith FM

    Pages: 290

    Published: 1990

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    Presents useful information on the uses of automation technology for materials characterization. 17 papers cover: systems implementations • analysis and simulation • applications • and laboratory systems and information management. Provides the reader with both specific and general information regarding state-of-the art materials testing using automation technology.


    Table of Contents

    Overview
    Braun A.

    A Computer-Controlled Automated Test System for Fatigue and Fracture Testing
    Alexander D., Hutton J., Nanstad R., Swain R., Thomas D.

    A PC-Based Data Acquisition System for Composite Material Fracture Testing
    Colvin G., Swanson S.

    A Test System for Computer Controlled Thermomechanical Fatigue Testing
    Bourcier R., Jones W., Schmale D.

    Fatigue and Fracture Testing Using a Multitasking Minicomputer Workstation
    Evans R., Hillberry B., McKeighan P.

    Dedicated Microprocessor-Based Controller for Fatigue Testing
    Sunder R., Venkatesh C.

    A Semiautomated Computer-Interactive Dynamic Impact Testing System
    Alexander D., Corwin W., Hutton J., Nanstad R.

    A Fracture Mechanics Test Automation System for a Basic Research Laboratory
    Ashbaugh N., Hartman G.

    Simulation of Mechanical and Environmental Conditions in Fatigue Crack Growth Testing
    Häyrynen J., Solin J.

    Fatigue Crack-Growth Measurement Using Digital Image Analysis Technique
    Nagar A., Redner A., Voloshin A.

    J-R Curve Testing Utilizing the Reversing Direct Current Electrical Potential Drop Method
    Bicego V., Fossati C., Liviero D., Lucon E.

    Automated Variable-Amplitude Fatigue Crack Growth Technology
    Donald J.

    Use of Computer Systems in High-Temperature Crack Growth Studies
    Earthman J.

    Use of Automated Ball Indentation Testing to Measure Flow Properties and Estimate Fracture Toughness in Metallic Materials
    Haggag F., Hutton J., Nanstad R., Swain R., Thomas D.

    Automation Software for a Materials Testing Laboratory
    Bonacuse P., McGaw M.

    Automated Fatigue and Fracture Laboratory with Multiple Load Frames and Single Host Computer System
    Sunder R.

    Collection and Evaluation of Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics Data According to the European High Temperature Materials Databank (Petten) Standard
    Buchmayr B., Over H.

    A Data Acquisition and Control Program for Axial-Torsional Fatigue Testing
    Bonacuse P., Kalluri S.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP1092-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1092-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5149-9

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-1401-2

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