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Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics: 35th Volume
Link Richard, Nikbin Kamran
Thirty-eight peer-reviewed papers cover the latest research on fracture mechanics, including fracture, fatigue, residual stress, creep, creep/fatigue, constraint and stress corrosion and links them to concepts used in structural integrity assessment. Furthermore this publication does not restrict itself to metallic materials but is applicable to polymers, composites as well as inhomogeneous materials. These papers, written by nationally and internationally recognized authors, cover the general areas of modeling, testing, and validation in crack dominant related research.
Other topics cover experimental results coupled to modeling techniques of linear, non-linear, time independent and dependant behavior of cracked geometries of a range of materials. Papers relating to residual stress, crack tip constraint and probabilistic methods of analyses also highlight the importance of developing these fields for future improvements in life assessment methods.
Table of Contents
Trends in High Temperature Structural Integrity Assessment
European Code of Practice for Creep Crack Initiation and Growth Testing of Industrially Relevant Specimens
Ceyhan U., Dean D., Dogan B., Nikbin K., Petrovski B.
Creep Crack Growth Predictions in Component Using a Damage Based Approach
Nikbin K., Yatomi M.
Modelling the Redistribution of Residual Stresses at Elevated Temperature in Components
Lee H., Nikbin K.
Probabilistic Analysis of the Creep Crack Growth Rate of Type 316LN Stainless Steel by the Monte Carlo Simulation
Kim S., Kim W., Ryu W., Yi W., Yoon S.
Mechanistic Studies of High-Temperature Crack Initiation in Single Crystal Materials
Busso E., Nikbin K., O'Dowd N.
Creep Crack Growth Analysis of Welded Joints for High Cr Heat Resisting Steel
Hongo H., Tabuchi M., Watanabe T., Yokobori A.
Prediction of Scatter in Creep Crack Growth Data from Creep Failure Strain Properties
Nikbin K., Wasmer K., Webster G.
Analysis of Creep Crack Initiation and Growth in Different Geometries for 316H and Carbon Manganese Steels
Davies C., Mueller F., Nikbin K., O'Dowd N., Webster G.
Fatigue Strength in Presence of Inhomogeneities: Influence of Constraint
Beretta S., Carboni M., Madia M.
Detection of Crack Initiation by Observations of Free Surface Condition
Fukuda K., Gomi K., Ichinose K., Ishii H., Taniuchi K., Yoshida S.
Volumetric and Surface Positron Annihilation Studies of Fatigue Damage Accumulation in a Steel Alloy
Glancey C., Stephens R.
Elasto-Viscoplastic Behavior of the Ferritic Stainless Steel AISI 441-EN 1.4509 from Room Temperature to 850°C
Bucher L., Köster A., Remy L., Santacreu P.
Life Prediction of Fretting Fatigue of Ti-6Al-4V
Calcaterra J., Jin O., Mall S.
Verification of Analytical Models in a Fracture Mechanics Based Approach to Modeling Fretting Fatigue
Brooks C., Prost-Domasky S., Young N.
The Effect of Large Strain Cycling on the Fatigue Strength of Welded Joint
Kondo Y., Okuya K.
A Robust Structural Stress Parameter for Evaluation of Multiaxial Fatigue of Weldments
Dong P., Hong J.
Observations on Photo-Emission and the Process Zone of a Fatigue Crack
Diaz F., Patterson E., Yates J.
Simulation on the Decrease in Threshold Stress Intensity Factor (SIF) Range due to High Maximum SIF
Asakura T., Ishihara K., Meshii T.
Anomalous Fatigue Crack Growth Data Generated Using the ASTM Standards
Forman R., Forth S., Newman J.
Development of a Circumferentially Throughwall Cracked Tube Specimen for Fatigue Crack Growth Rate Tests
King P., Sluys W., Young B.
Effect of Microstructure on Pit-to-Crack Transition of 7075-T6 Aluminum Alloy
Hoeppner D., Jones K.
The Role of Applied Potential on Environment-Assisted Cracking of Zirconium Alloys
Govindaraj E., Roy A., Valliyil U.
Elastic T-Stress Solutions of Embedded Elliptical Cracks Subjected to Uniaxial and Biaxial Loadings
Qu J., Wang X.
Asymptotic Stress Fields for Thermomechanically Loaded Cracks in FGMs
Chona R., Jain N., Shukla A.
Experimental Evaluation of the J or C* Parameter for a Range of Cracked Geometries
Davies C., Kourmpetis M., Nikbin K., O'Dowd N.
An Experimental and Numerical Study of the Fracture Strength of Welded Structural Hollow Section X-Joints
Björk T., Ilvonen R., Marquis G., Pellikka V.
Constraint Corrected J-R- Curve and its Application to Fracture Assessment for X80 Pipelines
Leis B., Zhu X.
Use of Miniaturized Compact Tension Specimens for Fracture Toughness Measurements in the Upper Shelf Regime
Chaouadi R., Lucon E., Scibetta M., Walle E.
An Investigation of Specimen Geometry Effects on the Fracture Behavior of a Polytetrafluoroethylene Polymer
Joyce J., Joyce P.
Surface Roughness, Quasi-Static Fracture, and Cyclic Fatigue Effects on GFRP- and CFRP-Concrete Bonded Interfaces
Boyajian D., Lawrence T.
Temperature Dependence and Variability of Fracture Toughness in the Transition Regime for A508 Grade 4N Pressure Vessel Steel
Application of the Reference Temperature to the Evaluation of Cleavage Fracture in HSLA-100 Steel
Graham S., L'Heureux B., Mercier G.
Prediction of the Shape of the KJ Ductile-to-Brittle Transition Temperature Curve for Ferritic Pressure Vessel Steels Using the Material's Resistance to Crack Extension KJ versus Δa Curve
Geary W., Wardle G.
Finite Element Simulation of Dynamic Crack Propagation for Complex Geometries without Remeshing
Biglari F., Nikbin K., Rezaeinasab A., Sattarifar I.
Analysis of Dynamic Fracture and Crack Arrest of an HSLA Steel in an SE(T) Specimen
Application of the Normalization Method to Dynamic Fracture Toughness Testing of Alloy 718
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