Fatigue & Fracture Mechanics: 33rd Volume

    Reuter WG, Piascik RS
    Published: 2003

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    The latest volume in this ongoing series provides thirty-eight peer-reviewed papers that examine the latest worldwide research related to fatigue and fracture.

    The first paper, authored by Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Emeritus Frank McClintock, provides a description of slip-line fracture mechanics (SLFM) and its application to fracture problems. SLFM is expected to fill some of the gap for materials/conditions where J-integral no longer applies (too much ductility and/or too much crack growth) and plastic collapse.

    The remaining papers are broadly grouped into the following categories:

    Practical Applications--describes and discusses the damage caused by the Northridge earthquake. It also covers the use of fracture mechanics based techniques developed in Europe to predict structural integrity, the effects of hydrogen or fatigue on sub-critical crack growth, and material selection based on structural performance. This section includes specific examples of structural problems.

    Constraint Effects and Fracture of Welds--explores the effects of constraint, including crack-front stress fields, plane-strain fracture toughness/constraint to predict the applied stress-intensity factor/constraint, the location around the perimeter where crack growth initiation will occur, and T-stress in analyses of fracture toughness data. This section also examines welds, including the role of localized plasticity and crack-tip constraint in under matched welds, cleavage fracture in welds, fabrication history relative to weld fracture and durability, and creep-crack growth.

    Fatigue--covers the uncertainty of fatigue crack growth rates and the applied stress-intensity factor ranges, load interactions on the growth of small cracks, mean stress effects on fatigue crack growth rates, the fatigue crack growth mechanisms in alumina at high temperatures, frequency effects, non-planar crack growth, and corrosion fatigue.

    Assorted Topics--discusses aspects of crack closure, problems related to the ductile-brittle transition zone, decohesion and crack initiation, crack arrest toughness in ferritic steels, cracks with multiple kinks, and an innovative method for measuring fracture toughness.

    Table of Contents

    Slip Line Fracture Mechanics: A New Regime of Fracture Mechanics
    McClintock F.

    Fatigue and Fracture Behavior of Moment Frame Connections Under Seismic Loading (Northridge Earthquake)
    Barsom J.

    A Structural Integrity Procedure Arising from the SINTAP Project
    Bannister A., Webster S.

    Failure Beneath Cannon Thermal Barrier Coatings by Hydrogen Cracking; Mechanisms and Modeling
    Troiano E., Underwood J., Vigilante G.

    Experiences and Modeling of Hydrogen Cracking in a Thick-Walled Pressure Vessel
    Troiano E., Underwood J., Vigilante G.

    High Cycle Fatigue Threshold in the Presence of Naturally Initiated Small Surface Cracks
    Hillberry B., Moshier M., Nicholas T.

    Effects of Thermomechanical Fatigue Loading on Damage Evolution and Lifetime of a Coated Super Alloy
    Bartsch M., Mull K., Sick C.

    A Hybrid Approach for Subsurface Crack Analyses in Railway Wheels under Rolling Contact Loads
    Guagliano M., Sangirardi M., Vergani L.

    Cell Model Predictions of Ductile Fracture in Damaged Pipelines
    Hippert E., Ruggieri C.

    Multiaxial Fatigue Analysis of Interference-Fit Steel Fasteners in Aluminum Al 2024-T3 Specimens
    Page A., Shatil G.

    Applications of Scaling Models and the Weibull Stress to the Determination of Structural Performance-Based Material Screening Criteria
    Graham S., Mercier J.

    Plane Stress Mixed Mode Crack-Tip Stress Fields Characterized by a Triaxial Stress Parameter and a Plastic Deformation Extent Based Characteristic Length
    Deng X., Ma F., Sutton M.

    Constraint Effect on 3-D Crack-Front Stress Fields in Elastic-Plastic Thin Plates
    Chao Y., Kim Y., Lam P., Zhu X.

    Analysis of Brittle Fracture in Surface-Cracked Plates Using Constraint-Corrected Stress Fields
    Newman J., Reuter W., Wang Y.

    Application of a T-Stress Based Constraint Correction to A533B Steel Fracture Toughness Data
    Joyce J., Tregoning R.

    The Effect of Localized Plasticity and Crack Tip Constraint in Undermatched Welds
    Mercier G.

    Modeling of Cleavage Fracture in Connections of Welded Steel Moment Resistant Frames
    Dodds R., Matos C.

    The Importance of Material Fabrication History on Weld Fracture and Durability
    Brust F.

    Creep Crack Growth in the Base Metal and a Weld Joint of X20CrMoV 12 1 Steel Under Two-Step Loading
    Chung Y., Kim K., Lee N.

    Analytical and Experimental Study of Fracture in Bend Specimens Subjected to Local Compression
    Hill M., Meith W., Panontin T.

    Application of Uncertainty Methodologies to Measured Fatigue Crack Growth Rates and Stress Intensity Factor Ranges
    Blandford R., Daniewicz S., Steele W.

    Load Interaction Effects on Small Crack Growth Behavior in PH13-8Mo Stainless Steel
    Jin O., Johnson W.

    Mean Stress Effects on the High Cycle Fatigue Limit Stress in Ti-6Al-4V
    Maxwell D., Nicholas T.

    Experiments and Analysis of Mean Stress Effects on Fatigue for SAE1045 Steels
    Bonnen J., Chernenkoff R., Chu C.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Mechanisms in Alumina at High Temperature
    Kobayashi A., Kokaly M., White K.

    Frequency Effects on Fatigue Behavior and Temperature Evolution of Steels
    Fielden D., Huang J., Jiang L., Kuo R., Liaw P., Mansur L., Strizak J., Tian H., Wang H., Yang B.

    Effect of Transient Loads on Fatigue Crack Growth in Mill Annealed Ti-62222 at -54, 25, and 175°C
    Schoenefeld D., Stephens R.

    Propagation of Non-Planar Fatigue Cracks: Experimental Observations and Numerical Simulations
    Ingraffea A., Riddell W., Wawrzynek P.

    Corrosion Fatigue Behavior of 17-4 PH Stainless Steel in Different Tempers
    Lin C.

    Plasticity and Roughness Closure Interactions Near the Fatigue Crack Growth Threshold
    Newman J., Piascik R.

    An Extension of Uniaxial Crack-Closure Analysis to Multiaxial Fatigue
    Bonnen J., Chu C.

    Dynamic Fracture Toughness Measurements in the Ductile-to- Brittle Region Using Small Specimens
    Link R.

    A Model for Predicting Fracture Toughness of Steels in the Transition Region from Hardness
    Natishan M., Wagenhofer M.

    Results from the MPC Cooperative Test Program on the Use of Precracked Charpy Specimens for T0 Determination
    Merkle J., Van Der Sluys W., Young B.

    Simulation of Grain Boundary Decohesion and Crack Initiation in Aluminum Microstructure Models
    Arwade S., Iesulauro E., Ingraffea A., Wawrzynek P.

    A Physics-Based Model for the Crack Arrest Toughness of Ferritic Steels
    Kirk M., Natishan M., Wagenhofer M.

    An Analytical Method for Studying Cracks with Multiple Kinks
    Phoenix S., TerMaath S.

    An Innovative Technique for Measuring Fracture Toughness of Metallic and Ceramic Materials
    Liu K., McCabe D., Wang J.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1417-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5472-8

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2899-6

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