STP1332

    Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics: 29th Volume

    Panontin TL, Sheppard SD

    Pages: 917

    Published: 1999

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    Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics: 29th Volume (STP 1332) provides advanced, state-of-the-art techniques for predicting fracture and fatigue, as well as applications and engineering problem solving in a number of key industries.

    Over 50 comprehensive, peer-reviewed papers from the world's leading experts are divided into three major categories:

    Fracture Mechanics areas explored include: The effects of geometry, specimen size and loading rate onfracture behavior and toughness in the transition region; The impact of global loading on fracture prediction; Load-type effects on fracture; and Innovative crack solutions and analysis techniques in analytical fracture mechanics.

    Fatigue issues examined include: Findings on the effects of crack closure, stress ratio, residual stresses and load-type on fatigue; and Improved fatigue testing methods

    Structural Applications presented include: Specific applications of predicting or measuring fatigue performance; Fracture mechanics applications in aircraft fuselages, nuclear reactor shells and piping, cannon components and ship beams

    This is a critical resource for mechanical, materials, and structural engineers involved with structural parts design and analysis; regulatory and investigative organizations; and national laboratories.


    Table of Contents

    Overview
    Panontin T., Sheppard S.

    Fracture Analysis in the Ductile/Brittle Regime: A Predictive Tool Using Cell Models
    Shih C.

    Dynamic Initiation Fracture Toughness of a Pressure Vessel Steel in the Transition Region
    Graham S., Link R.

    Applicability of Sub-Charpy-Size Bend and Impact Specimens for Estimation of Fracture Toughness in the Transition Region
    Nevalainen M., Planman T., Valo M., Wallin K.

    Fracture Behavior of Surface Crack Tension Specimens in the Ductile-Brittle Transition Region
    Joyce J., Link R.

    A New Method for Predicting Extensive Ductile Tearing Using Finite Element Analysis
    Gentilcore M., Roberts R.

    Elastic-Plastic Crack Growth Simulation and Residual Strength Prediction of Thin Plates with Single and Multiple Cracks
    Chen C., Ingraffea A., Wawrzynek P.

    Analyses of Buckling and Stable Tearing in Thin-Sheet Materials
    Newman J., Seshadri B.

    A Numerical Investigation of Loading Rate Effects in Pre-Cracked CVN Specimens
    Dodds R., Koppenhoefer K.

    Effect of Residual Stress on Brittle Fracture Testing
    Hill M., Panontin T.

    Evaluation of Stress-Intensity Factors Using General Finite-Element Models
    Raju I., Smith S.

    Effects of Finite Element Mesh on Numerical Prediction of Ductile Tearing
    Skallerud B., Zhang Z.

    Fully Plastic J-Integrals for Through-Wall Axial Cracks in Pipes
    Harris D., Woytowitz P.

    Elastoplastic Crack Growth in Pressure-Sensitive Materials
    Shah K.

    A Simplified Transformation Approach to Obtain Structural Calibration Functions
    Cruz J., Landes J.

    A New Theoretical Framework for Inelastic Fracture Processes
    Rashid M., Roy R.

    The Use of Local Approach to Fracture in Reactor Pressure Vessel Structural Integrity Assessment: Synthesis of a Cooperative Research Program Between EDF, CEA, Framatome and AEA Technology
    Bhandari S., Brochar J., France C., Frund J., Guichard D., Joly P., Marini B., Moinereau D., Sanderson D., Sherry A., Valeta M.

    Evaluation of Fracture Toughness Results and Transferability to Fracture Assessment of Welded Joints
    Minami F., Toyoda M.

    Micromechanical Prediction of Fracture Toughness for Pressure Vessel Steel Using a Coupled Model
    Goldthorpe M., Wiesner C.

    On the Gurson Micro-Mechanical Parameters
    Hauge M., Zhang Z.

    Conditions Causing Intergranular Cracking in High Strength Nickel-Copper Alloys
    Natishan M., Wagenhofer M.

    New Perspectives on the Fracture of Nicalon Fibers
    Blumenthal W., Butt D., Lowex T., Stout M., Taylor S., Zhu Y.

    Stress Ratio Effects on Crack Opening Loads and Crack Growth Rates in Aluminum Alloy 2024
    Piascik R., Riddell W.

    Stress-Level-Dependent Stress Ratio Effect on Fatigue Crack Growth
    Ashbaugh N., Porter W., Sunder R.

    A Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of the Influence of Crack Tip Plasticity on Fatigue Crack Closure
    Fellows L., Hills D., Nowell D.

    Prediction of Plasticity-Induced Closure in Surface Flaws Using a Modified Strip-Yield Model
    Daniewicz S.

    Reflecting on the Mechanical Driving Force of Fatigue Crack Propagation
    Lang M., Marci G.

    A Fatigue Crack Growth Theory Based on Energy Considerations: Further Developments on Small Crack Behavior and R Ratio Effect
    Milella P.

    Estimation of Crack Growth Behavior in a Residual Stress Field Using the Modified Strip-Yield Model
    Charng J., Hou C.

    An Analytical Model for Studying Roughness-Induced Crack Closure
    Chen N., Lawrence F.

    On the Crack-Tip Blunting Model for Fatigue Crack Propagation in Ductile Materials
    Gu I., Ritchie R.

    Influence of Bauschinger Effect on Residual Stress and Fatigue Lifetimes in Autofrettaged Thick-Walled Cylinders
    Parker A., Underwood J.

    Fatigue Durability Enhancement by Controlled Overloading
    Sorem J., Tipton S.

    An Energy Based Critical Plane Approach to Multiaxial Fatigue Analysis
    Rolović R., Tipton S.

    Residual Stress Effects in Railroad Rail Fatigue
    Fry G., Jones H., Jones S.

    A Rapid Method for Generation of a Haigh Diagram for High Cycle Fatigue
    Maxwell D., Nicholas T.

    Ultrasonic Pulse Transmit-Receiver Method for Detecting and Monitoring of Fatigue Damage
    Hailu S., Halford G., Hazony D., Mostafa I., Welsch G.

    Sustained Fatigue Crack Growth Oblique to an Applied Load Using Geometric Constraint
    Magill M., Zwerneman F.

    An Evaluation of the Adjusted Compliance Ratio Technique for Determining the Effective Stress Intensity Factor
    Bray G., Bush R., Donald J.

    The Use of Almost Complete Contacts for Fretting Fatigue Tests
    Ciavarella M., Demelio G., Hills D.

    High-Speed Civil Transport Hybrid Laminate Sandwich Fuselage Panel Test
    Miller M., Rufin A., Samavedam G., Westre W.

    Prediction of Fatigue Life Under Helicopter Loading Spectra for Safe Life and Damage Tolerant Design
    Buller R., Irving P.

    Structural Loading and Fatigue Failure Analysis of Off-Road Bicycle Components
    DeLorenzo D., Hull M.

    Mixed-Mode Fatigue Failure in Structural Adhesives
    Sancaktar E.

    Microstructure Evolution and Thermomechanical Fatigue Life of Solder Joints
    Goldstein B., Jerina K., Sastry S.

    Fatigue Life Predicition of Resistance Spot Welds Under Variable Amplitude Loads
    Pan N., Sheppard S., Widmann J.

    Residual Strength Predictions for Multiple Site Damage Cracking Using a Three-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis and a CTOA Criterion
    Dawicke D., Newman J.

    Fracture Analyses of an Internally Pressurized Tube Containing an Axial, Through-Wall Crack
    Leitch B.

    Fracture Analysis of Ductile Crack Growth in Weld Material from a Full-Thickness Clad RPV Shell Segment
    Keeney J., Williams P.

    Ductile Crack Growth from Simulated Defects in Strength Overmatched Butt Welds
    Nishioka O., Panontin T.

    Predicting Extensive Stable Tearing in Structural Components
    Dexter R., Gentilcore M.

    Hydrogen Cracking During Service of High Strength Steel Cannon Components
    Kapusta A., Tauscher S., Troiano E., Underwood J., Vigilante G.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP1332-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1332-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5396-7

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-2486-8

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