STP1406

    Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics: 32nd Volume

    Chona R
    Published: 2002


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    23 peer-reviewed papers detail the latest advances in all aspects of fatigue and fracture mechanics, related technologies, and innovative applications. Topics range from:

    • New analytical approaches to applications for tried and true methods

    • Life assessment issues facing critical engineering components and structures

    • Fracture behavior under dynamic loading

    • Failure mechanics in ceramics and composites.


    Table of Contents

    Microstructural Limits of Applicability of the Master Curve
    Kirk M., Natishan M., Wagenhofer M.

    Correlation Between Static Initiation Toughness KJC and Crack Arrest Toughness Kla 2024-T351 Aluminum Alloy
    Wallin K.

    A Sensitivity Study on a Normalization Procedure
    Van Der Sluys W., Young B.

    Separability Property and Load Normalization in AA 6061-T6 Aluminum Alloy
    Cassanelli A., deVedia L., Ortiz H., Wainstein J.

    Physical Reasons for a Reduced ΔK as Correlation for Fatigue Crack Propagation
    Lang M., Marci G.

    Influence of Specimen Geometry on the Random Load Fatigue Crack Growth
    Nikbin K., Radon J.

    Fatigue Behavior of SA533-B1 Steels
    Chien K., Huang J., Kuo R., Li R., Liaw P., Yang B.

    Scanning Atomic-Force Microscopy on Initiation and Growth Behavior of Fatigue Slip-Bands in α-Brass
    Hayashi N., Kusukawa T., Nakai Y.

    Compliance Ratio Method of Estimating Crack Length in Dynamic Fracture Toughness Tests
    Albrecht P., Joyce J., Tjiang H., Wright W.

    Dynamic Fracture Toughness Testing and Analysis of HY-100 Welds
    Graham S.

    Creep Crack Growth in X20CrMoV 12 1 Steel Weld Joints
    Chung Y., Kim K., Lee N., Park J.

    Application of the Local Approach to Fracture in the Brittle-to-Ductile Transition Region of Mismatched Welds
    Jing H., Katou T., Minami F.

    An X-Specimen Test for Determination of Thin-Walled Tube Fracture Toughness
    Chien K., Chu H., Hsu H., Kuo R., Liaw P.

    An Energetic Approach for Large Ductile Crack Growth in Components
    Chapuliot S., Marie S., Moulin D.

    Prediction of Residual Stress Effects on Fracture Instability Using the Local Approach
    Minami F., Onozuka M., Sakano K., Yamashita Y.

    Advantages of the Concise K and Compliance Formats in Fracture Mechanics Calculations
    Donoso J., Landes J.

    Three-Dimensional Analyses of Crack-Tip-Opening Angles and δ5-Resistance Curves for 2024-T351 Aluminum Alloy
    James M., Johnston W., Newman J.

    Modeling Multilayer Damage in Composite Laminates Under Static and Fatigue Loading
    Kashtalyan M., Soutis C.

    Development of ASTM C 1421-99 Standard Test Methods for Determination of Fracture Toughness of Advanced Ceramics
    Bar-On I., Jenkins M., Quinn G., Salem J.

    Standard Reference Material 2100: Fracture Toughness of Ceramics
    Gettings R., Quinn G., Salem J., Swab J., Xu K.

    Use of KIc and Constraint to Predict Load and Location for Initiation of Crack Growth in Specimens Containing Part-Through Cracks
    Lloyd W., Mear M., Newman J., Reuter W., Skinner J.

    An Experimental Study of the Growth of Surface Flaws Under Cyclic Loading
    Daniewicz S., McDonald V.

    Development of Mechanical Properties Database of A285 Steel for Structural Analysis of Waste Tanks
    Chao Y., Duncan A., Miller K., Reynolds A., Sindelar R., Subramanian K.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP1406-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1406-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5460-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2888-0

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