STP1461

    Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics, 34th Volume

    Daniewicz SR, Newman JC, Schwalbe KH
    Published: 2005


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    37 peer-reviewed papers focus on two significant topics within damage tolerance: structural assessment and fatigue behavior in the threshold regime.

    Sections cover:
    • Modeling of 3-D Effects on Fatigue Crack Closure Processes in Small-Scale Yielding
    • Fractographic Reassessment of the Significance of Fatigue Crack Closure
    • Fatigue Crack Growth Thresholds I
    • Fracture Fundamentals
    • Fatigue Crack Growth Thresholds II
    • Integrity Assessment I
    • Small Cracks I
    • Integrity Assessment II
    • Fatigue I
    • Experimental Methods I
    • Fatigue Crack Growth in the Railroad Industry
    • Experimental Methods II
    • Small Cracks II
    • Ductile-to-Brittle Transition
    • Fatigue II
    • Additional Fracture Topics
    • Crack Closure
    • Fatigue III


    Table of Contents

    Modeling of Three-Dimensional Effects on Fatigue Crack Closure Processes in Small-Scale Yielding
    Dodds R., Roychowdhury S.

    Fractographic Reassessment of the Significance of Fatigue Crack Closure
    Sunder R.

    Load History Effects Resulting from Compression Precracking
    Forth S., James M., Newman J.

    Use of ACR Method to Estimate Closure and Residual Stress Free Small Crack Growth Data
    Bray G., Garratt M., George K., Zonker H.

    Influence of Temperature and Microstructure on the Fatigue Behaviour in the Threshold Regime for a Super Duplex Stainless Steel
    Chai G., Hansson S.

    Evaluation of the Effect of Crack Tip Constraint on Fatigue Crack Growth Rate in Inconel 718
    Joyce J.

    The Effect of Negative Stress Ratio Load History on High Cycle Fatigue Threshold
    Golden P., Nicholas T.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Rate and Stress-Intensity Factor Corrections for Out-of-Plane Crack Growth
    Forth S., Herman D., James M., Johnston W.

    Assessment for Decrease in Threshold Stress Intensity Factor (SIF) Range Due to High Maximum SIF
    Ishihara K., Meshii T., Watanabe K.

    Environmentally Influenced Fatigue in High Strength Steels
    Lee E., Vasudevan A.

    Selection of Material for Welded Steel Structures Based on Fracture Mechanics
    Höhler S., Sedlacek G.

    Assessment of Plane Stress Tearing in Terms of Various Crack Driving Parameters
    Naumenko V., Volkov G.

    Evaluation of Fatigue Crack Thresholds Using Various Experimental Methods
    Forman R., Forth S., Newman J.

    Microstructural Influences on the Development and Growth of Small Fatigue Cracks in the Near Threshold Regime
    Kenik E., Schneider J.

    Size Effect of Microdamage Growth and Its Relation to Macro Fatigue Life
    Altus E.

    On the Constraint-Based Failure Assessment of Surface Cracked Plates under Biaxial Loading
    Wang X., Yu X.

    An Experimental Study on Surface Crack Growth under Mode-I Load
    Chao Y., Jang S., Kim Y., Liu S.

    Effect of Residual Stresses on the Fatigue Crack Propagation in Welded Joints
    Gubeljakme N., Oblak M., Pippan R., Predan J.

    Ultrasonic Fatigue Testing of Ti-6Al-4V
    Golden P., Morrissey R.

    Fatigue Endurance Diagram for Materials with Defects
    Kim B., Kujawski D.

    Construction of J-R Curves Using the Common and Concise Formats
    Donoso J., Landes J., Zahr J.

    Temperature Dependent Fracture Toughness of a Single Crystal Nickel Superalloy
    Bahr D., Johnson W.

    Structural Reliability Analysis of Railroad Tank Cars Subjected to Fatigue and Corrosion
    Sutton M., Zhao W.

    Simulation of Fatigue Crack Propagation in Railway Axles
    Beretta S., Carboni M.

    Evaluation of the Effect of Biaxial Loading on the To Reference Temperature Using a Cruciform Specimen Geometry
    Gaies J., Joyce J., Link R.

    The Effect of Load Reduction Scheme on Crack Closure in the Near-Threshold Regime
    Daniewicz S.

    Interpretation of Material Hardness, Stress Ratio, and Crack Size Effects on the ΔKth of Small Cracks Based on Crack Closure Measurement
    Kashiwagi M., Kondo Y., Kubota M., Sakae C.

    Critical Assessment of the Standard ASTM E 399
    Wallin K.

    Sensitivity of Creep Crack Initiation and Growth in Plates to Material Properties Variations
    Nikbin K., Wasmer K., Webster G.

    Fretting Fatigue and Stress Relaxation Behaviors of Shot-Peened Ti-6Al-4V
    Lee H., Mall S.

    Analysis of Roughness-Induced Crack-Tip Shielding in Terms of Size Ratio Effect
    Šandera P., Horniková J., Pokluda J.

    Characterization of Crack Length Measurement Methods for Flat Fracture with Tunneling
    James M., Newman J.

    A New Method for Opening Load Determination from Compliance Measurements
    Kujawski D., Stoychev S.

    Crack Initiation, Propagation, and Arrest in 316L Model Pipe Components under Thermal Fatigue
    Bache M., Hurst R., Nilsson K., Paffumi E., Taylor N.

    Effect of Periodic Overloads on Threshold Fatigue Crack Growth in Al-Alloys
    Sunder R.

    Notch-Root Elastic-Plastic Strain-Stress in Particulate Metal Matrix Composites Subjected to General Loading Conditions
    Owolabi G., Singh M.

    Influence of Crack-Surface Oxidation on Creep-Fatigue Crack behavior of 1Cr- and 10Cr-Steels
    Berger C., Mueller F., Scholz A.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP1461-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1461-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5505-3

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2410-3

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