The first publication of its kind offering the latest information on fatigue and fracture behavior, as well as evaluation standards and design criteria for safe, sturdy industrial fasteners. Features current data from leading designers, researchers and analysts active in the field.
Thirteen peer-reviewed papers cover a comprehensive range of topics including fatigue, fracture mechanics, stress analysis testing, stress intensity factors, failure evaluation and design criteria for fasteners.
The papers are divided into four major categories: Fatigue in Fasteners; Failure Evaluation and Criteria; Fracture Mechanics in Fasteners; and Structural Integrity Criteria for Fasteners.
Establishment of Fatigue Test Method for Turbine Blade Fastener
Endo T., Kadoya Y., Kondo Y.
Review of Factors That Affect Fatigue Strength of Low-Alloy Steel Fasteners
Herrmann T., Skochko G.
The Regulatory Approach to Fastener Integrity in the Nuclear Industry
Davis J., Johnson R.
Early Stages of Fatigue Damage of Fastener Holes Monitored by Laser Speckle
Chiang F., Du M., Li S.
Development of Fracture Control Methodology for Threaded Fasteners in the Space Program
Carper P., Forman R., Henkener J., Salkowski C., Shamala A.
Pitch Diameter Measurement of Threaded Gages Using a Coordinate Measuring Machine
Borchardt B., Erber E., Veale R.
Paper ID: STP1236-EB