Eleven peer-reviewed papers, written by experts in their field, provide an understanding of residual stresses, fatigue crack growth, fatigue lifetime predictions, and their effect on structural integrity. Residual stresses can be present due to processing and manufacturing of materials and structures, so it is imperative to understand how and why they can influence the test data that we used in structural design methodologies. Residual stresses may also be intentionally engineered into structures in attempts to improve fatigue life, and it is equally important that designers understand how to account for these potential effects on fatigue life.
Predicting Fatigue Crack Growth in the Residual Stress Field of a Cold Worked Hole
Kokaly M., Ransom J., Reid L., Restis J.
Effect of Shot Peening on Fatigue Crack Growth in 7075-T7351
Honda T., Kobayashi A., Ramulu M.
Thermal Residual Stress Relaxation in Powder Metal IN100 Superalloy
Ashbaugh N., Buchanan D., John R.
A Design Methodology to Take Credit for Residual Stresses in Fatigue Limited Designs
Jayaraman N., Prevéy P.
Correlation Between Strength and Measured Residual Stress in Tempered Glass Products
Mognato E., Redner A., Schiavonato M.
An Integrated Approach to the Determination and Consequences of Residual Stress on the Fatigue Performance of Welded Aircraft Structures
Edwards L., Fitzpatrick M., Irving P., Sinclair I., Yapp D., Zhang X.
Residual Stress Measurements in Welded and Plastically Deformed Target Structural Materials
Dronavalli S., Marthandam V., Rogge R., Roy A., Selim F., Venkatesh A., Wells D.
Novel Applications of the Deep-Hole Drilling Technique for Measuring Through-Thickness Residual Stress Distributions
Kingston E., Mahmoudi A., Smith D., Stefanescu D., Truman C.
Paper ID: STP1497-EB