Explores ways to increase the reliability in the initial quality of engineering materials, components and structures.
Leading experts in the field have presented eleven peer-reviewed papers addressing such issues as:
The impact of production processing changes on laminated high-strength stainless steel corrosion damage and fatigue strength loss
High temperature applications using fracture mechanics methodologies
The influence of density and porosity size and shape on the fatigue properties of a high-strength powder metallurgy steel
How to alleviate performance problems in a nickel base fastener system
The effect of alterations in plating and shot peening design criteria on 4340 steel plate fatigue properties
Fatigue behavior alteration in scale-model reinforced concrete bridge decks subjected to moving loads
Design criteria and analysis procedures for reliable commercial transport aircraft maintenance
Design methods to address crack arrest and avoid brittle failure in low-temperature storage tanks.
Effect of Intergranular Surface Attack on the Fatigue and Corrosion Properties of AM-355 CRT Material
Bhansali K., Champagne V., Grendahl S., Liu G., Pepi M.
Improved Fatigue Resistance of 7050 Thick Plate Aluminum Through Minimization of Microporosity
Deschapelles J., Rice R.
Influence of Density and Porosity Size and Shape on Fatigue and Fracture Toughness of High Strength FL4405 P/M Steel
Horn J., Poland D., Sager E., Stephens R.
Design of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Decks Under Moving Loads
Perdikaris P., Petrou M.
Fracture Mechanics Analysis of Cast Duplex Stainless Steel Elbows Containing a Surface Crack
Ignaccolo S., Le Delliou P., Sémété P.
Structural Integrity Criteria for Commercial Transport Aircraft
Scheumann T., Watanabe R.
The Specification of Crack Arrest Properties for Storage Tanks: Background and Recommendations
Denham J., Garwood S., Wiesner C.
Paper ID: STP1337-EB