Fretting Fatigue: Current Technology and Practices

    Hoeppner DW, Chandrasekaran V, Elliott C
    Published: 2000

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    STP 1367, the most significant publication on fretting fatigue to date, contains the latest research from technical leaders worldwide. This unique volume focuses on fretting fatigue research, development, and engineering design related matters, as well as failure analysis and maintenance engineering issues. It also explores research that may prove useful in life estimation, a damage mapping approach that may provide significant guidance to developing fretting fatigue design methods, and prevention and alleviation schemes.

    36 peer-reviewed papers cover:

    • Fretting Fatigue Parameter Effects

    • Environmental Effects

    • Fretting Fatigue Crack Nucleation

    • Material and Microstructural Effects

    • Fretting Damage Analysis

    • Fracture Mechanics Applied to Fretting Fatigue

    • Life Prediction

    • Experimental Studies

    • Surface Treatments

    • Applications.

    STP 1367 is a valuable technical resource for engineers dealing in the research, development, and problem solving related to fretting fatigue. It is also useful to those interested in wear and its effects on corrosion and fatigue.

    Table of Contents

    Plastic Deformation in Fretting Processes — a Review
    Waterhouse R.

    A New Approach to the Prediction of the Fretting Fatigue Life that Considers the Shifting of the Contact Edge by Wear
    Hattori T., Nakamura M., Watanabe T.

    On the Standardization of Fretting Fatigue Test Method—Modeling Issues Related to the Thermal Constriction Phenomenon and Prediction of Contact Temperature
    Attia M.

    Fretting-Wear and Fretting-Fatigue: Relation Through a Mapping Concept
    Fouvry S., Kapsa P., Vincent L.

    High Temperature Fretting Fatigue Behavior in an XD™ γ-base TiAl
    Hansson T., Kamaraj M., Mutoh Y., Pettersson B.

    Applications of Fracture Mechanics in Fretting Fatigue Life Assessment
    Giannakopoulos A., Lindley T., Suresh S.

    Spectrum Load Effects on the Fretting Behavior of Ti-6Al-4V
    Hoeppner D., Kinyon S.

    The Effects of Contact Stress and Slip Distance on Fretting Fatigue Damage in Ti-6Al-4V/17-4PH Contacts
    Annigeri B., Anton D., Favrow L., Logan D., Lutian M.

    Length Scale Considerations in Fretting Fatigue
    Hills D., Moobola R., Nowell D.

    An Investigation of Friction Force in Fretting Fatigue
    Switek W.

    A Multiaxial Fatigue Analysis of Fretting Contact Taking Into Account the Size Effect
    Fouvry S., Kapsa P., Vincent L.

    Interaction of High-Cycle and Low-Cycle Fatigue on Fretting Behavior of Ti-6-4
    Calcaterra J., Cortez R., Mall S.

    Effects of Contact Load and Contact Curvature Radius of Cylinder Pad on Fretting Fatigue in High Strength Steel
    Lee S., Maruyama N., Nakazawa K., Sumita M.

    An Experimental Investigation of Fretting Fatigue with Spherical Contact in 7075-T6 Aluminum Alloy
    Suresh S., Birch P., Domínguez J., Wittkowsky B.

    Fretting Fatigue of Some Nickel-Based Alloys in Steam Environment at 265°C
    Attia M.

    Fretting Fatigue of 8090-T7 and 7075-T651 Aluminum Alloys in Vacuum and Air Environments
    Elliott C., Georgeson A.

    Influence of Ambient Air on Nucleation in Fretting Fatigue
    Roth M., Trzebiatowski O., Woodtli J.

    Experimental Study of Fretting Crack Nucleation in Aerospace Alloys with Emphasis on Life Prediction
    Farris T., Harish G., McVeigh P., Szolwinski M.

    Crack Behavior in the Early Stage of Fretting Fatigue Fracture
    Kondoh K., Mutoh Y.

    Influence of Microstructure on Fretting Fatigue Behavior of a Near-alpha Titanium Alloy
    Satoh T.

    Fretting Fatigue Behavior of Ti-6Al-4V against Ti-6Al-4V under Flat-on-Flat Contact with Blending Radii
    Hutson A., Nicholas T.

    Fretting Fatigue Strengths of Forged and Cast Al-Si Aluminum Alloys
    Ebihara O., Mutoh Y., Nisida T., Yoshii K.

    Analysis of Fretting Damage Using Confocal Microscope
    Chandrasekaran V., Hoeppner D., Yoon Y.

    Analysis of Fretting Damage in Polymers by Means of Fretting Maps
    Chateauminois A., Kharrat M., Krichen A.

    Methodologies for Linking Nucleation and Propagation Approaches for Predicting Life Under Fretting Fatigue
    Neu R., Pape J., Swalla D.

    Fretting Fatigue Testing Methodology Incorporating Independent Slip and Fatigue Stress Control
    Annigeri B., Anton D., Brown K., Favrow L., Lutian M., Pearson D., Werner D.

    An Analysis of Rotating Bending Fretting Fatigue Tests Using Bridge Specimens
    Ciavarella M., Demelio G., HillsD A.

    Evaluation of Fretting Stresses Through Full-Field Temperature Measurements
    Farris T., Harish G., Sakagami T., Szolwinski M.

    Stage II Crack Propagation Direction Determination Under Fretting Fatigue Loading: a New Approach in Accordance with Experimental Observations
    Dubourg M., Lamacq V.

    Development of a High-Temperature-Steam Fretting Wear Test Apparatus
    Blinn M., Lipkin J.

    Fretting Fatigue Behavior of TiN-Coated Steel
    Ishikura T., Okane M., Shiozawa K.

    The Effect of the Contact Conditions and Surface Treatments on the Fretting Fatigue Strength of Medium Carbon Steel
    Hirakawa K., Kubota M., Makino T., Tsutsui K.

    Influence of Surface Treatments on Fretting Fatigue of Ti-6242 at Elevated Temperatures
    Chakravarty S., Conway J., Dyer J., Patnaik P., Segall A.

    Fracture Mechanics Approach to the Fretting Fatigue Strength of Axle Assemblies
    Hirakawa K., Makino T., Yamamoto M.

    Fretting in Aerospace Structures and Materials
    Farris T., Harish G., Szolwinski M.

    On a New Methodology for Quantitative Modeling of Fretting Fatigue
    Dang Van K., Maitournam M.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1367-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5420-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2851-4

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