Elevated Temperature Effects on Fatigue and Fracture

    Piascik RS, Gangloff RP, Saxena A
    Published: 1997

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    STP 1297 is the first publication of its kind to explore how increased heat impacts the fatigue and fracture behavior of advanced metals. 12 comprehensive, peer-reviewed papers cover the following key topics:

    • Integration of damage evolution, from the most general distributed form to the slightest crack tip

    • High-resolution experimental exploration of the fatigue and fracture processes

    • Thoroughly tested, high quality quantitative prediction models

    • Next-generation structural metal performance and component life prediction.

    A critical resource for metallurgists, mechanical engineers in aerospace, researchers involved with military and primary metals production technologies and power generation specialists.

    Table of Contents

    Creep Crack Growth Behavior of Aluminum Alloy 2519: Part I—Experimental Analysis
    Hall D., Hamilton B., McDowell D., Saxena A.

    Creep Crack Growth Behavior of Aluminum Alloy 2519: Part II—Numerical Analysis
    Hall D., Hamilton B., McDowell D., Saxena A.

    A Micromechanical Model for Creep Damage and Its Application to Crack Growth in a 12% Cr Steel
    Mohrmann R., Riedel H., Sester M.

    Application of Reference Stress and Probabilistic Methodologies to Assessing Creep Crack Growth
    Chell G., Kuhlman C., Millwater H., Riha D.

    Environmentally Enhanced Crack Growth in Nickel-Based Alloys at Elevated Temperatures
    Chen G., Chen S., Gao M., Wei R.

    Analysis of the Intergranular Cracking Process Inside Polycrystalline Heat-Resistant Materials Under Creep-Fatigue Conditions
    Kitamura T., Ohtani R., Tada N., Zhou W.

    Effects of Loading Rate on Creep Crack Growth During the Succeeding Load-Hold Period Under Trapezoidal Fatigue Waveshapes
    Baek U., Suh C., Yoon K.

    Atmospheric Influence on Fatigue Crack Propagation in Titanium Alloys at Elevated Temperature
    Lesterlin S., Petit J., Sarrazin-Baudoux C.

    Fatigue Crack Growth of Two Advanced Titanium Alloys at Room and Elevated Temperature
    Albertson T., Bayha T., Stephens R.

    Micromechanical Modeling of Temperature-Dependent Initiation Fracture Toughness in Advanced Aluminum Alloys
    Gangloff R., Haynes M., Lach C., Somerday B.

    The Effect of Thermal Exposure on the Fracture Behavior of Aluminum Alloys Intended for Elevated Temperature Service
    Crooks R., Reynolds A.

    Oxidation and Mechanical Damage in a Unidirectional SiC/Si3N4 Composite at Elevated Temperature
    Saxena A., Starr T., Yang F.

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1297-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5356-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2413-4

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