Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics: 37th Volume

    Kalluri Sreeramesh, McGaw Michael, Neimitz Andrzej
    Published: 2011

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    Thirty-nine peer-reviewed papers provide the latest research on fatigue and fracture mechanics. Topics cover:
    • Advanced Master Curve approaches to the EURO fracture toughness data set
    • Analysis of fracture mechanisms of ferritic steels at low temperatures
    • Weibull stress model to predict effects of weld strength mismatch on cleavage fracture toughness
    • Non local multiaxial fatigue approach to account for stress gradient effect on fatigue strength
    • Effects of microstructure on incipient fatigue and fretting crack processes in Al-Cu-Li alloys
    • Importance of residual stresses and surface roughness regarding fatigue of titanium forgings
    • Fatigue crack growth simulation in components with random defects
    • Fatigue initiation modeling of 316LN steel based on non local plasticity theory
    • Temperature calibration techniques for TMF testing
    • Residual strain effects on bridging stress of cracked and delaminated fiber metal laminates
    • Assessment of cumulative axial and torsional fatigue in a cobalt-base superalloy
    • And much more!

    Table of Contents

    On the Beauty of Analytical Models for Fatigue Crack Propagation and Fracture—A Personal Historical Review
    Schwalbe K.

    Investigation of Transition Fracture Toughness Variation within the Thickness of Reactor Pressure Vessel Forgings
    Leenaers A., Lucon E., Scibetta M., Vandermeulen W.

    More Accurate Approximation of J-Integral Equation for Evaluating Fracture Resistance Curves
    Joyce J., Zhu X.

    Application of Advanced Master Curve Approaches to the EURO Fracture Toughness Data Set
    Lucon E., Scibetta M.

    Revisit of ASTM Round-Robin Test Data for Determining R Curves of Thin-Sheet Materials
    Leis B., Zhu X.

    The Analysis of Fracture Mechanisms of Ferritic Steel 13HMF at Low Temperatures
    Galkiewicz J., Neimitz A.

    A Weibull Stress Model to Predict Effects of Weld Strength Mismatch on Cleavage Fracture Toughness
    Ruggieri C.

    Fatigue Initiation Modeling of 316LN Steel Based on Nonlocal Plasticity Theory
    Fandeur O., Rey C., Schwartz J.

    Mechanical Conditioning of Superelastic Nitinol Wire for Improved Fatigue Resistance
    Schaffer J.

    Creep-Fatigue Relationships in Electroactive Polymer Systems and Predicted Effects in an Actuator Design
    Henslee I., Ihlefeld C., Vinogradov A.

    Effects of Microstructure on the Incipient Fatigue and Fretting Crack Processes in Al-Cu-Li Alloys
    Buffiere J., Danielou A., Delacroix J., Fouvry S.

    Development of a Sliding-Rolling Contact Fatigue Tester
    Dvorak G., Mitton B., Zahui M.

    Determination of ΔKth by Compression Pre-Cracking in a Structural Steel
    Carboni M., Patriarca L., Regazzi D.

    Crack-Closure Behavior of 7050 Aluminum Alloy near Threshold Conditions for Wide Range in Load Ratios and Constant Kmax Tests
    Newman J., Yamada Y.

    Definition of the Influence of Pore Size on the Fatigue Limit Using Short Crack Propagation Experiments
    Eichlseder W., Leitner H., Oberwinkler C.

    Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior of an Inertia Friction Welded α/β Titanium Alloy
    Baxter G., Bowen P., Dungey C., Halford T., Pardhi Y.

    Fatigue Crack Propagation in SAW Seam Welds of API 5L X42 Steel Pipe in the Radial Short Direction
    Herrera D., Ramírez A., Velázquez J.

    Fatigue from an Induced Defect: Experiments and Application of Different Multiaxial Fatigue Approaches
    Leopold G., Nadot Y.

    Effect of Cladding on Biaxially Loaded Underclad Part-Through Cracks
    Houben T., Lucon E., Scibetta M.

    An Assessment of Cumulative Axial and Torsional Fatigue in a Cobalt-Base Superalloy
    Bonacuse P., Kalluri S.

    A Non Local Multiaxial Fatigue Approach to Account for Stress Gradient Effect Applied to Crack Initiation in Fretting
    Amargier R., Chambon L., Fouvry S., Poupon C.

    Experimental and Numerical Analyses of Fatigue Behavior of Welded Cruciform Joints
    Cognard J., Erny C., Korner M., Thévenet D.

    Importance of Residual Stresses and Surface Roughness regarding Fatigue of Titanium Forgings
    Eichlseder W., Oberwinkler B., Riedler M.

    Fatigue Assessment of Brazed T-Joints Based on Damage Tolerance Including Residual Stress Effects
    Leinenbach C., Schindler H.

    Residual Strain Effects on Bridging Stress of Cracked and Delaminated Fiber Metal Laminates
    Smith S., Wang J.

    Elastic-Plastic Stress Analysis of Cold-Worked Pin-Loaded Holes
    Daniewicz S., Ismonov S., Newman J.

    The Influence of Elastic Follow-Up on the Integrity of Structures
    Hadidi-Moud S., Smith D.

    Lifetime Calculation of Thermo-Mechanically Loaded Materials (Al, Cu, Ni, and Fe Alloys) Based on Empirical Methods
    Eichlseder W., Koeberl H., Winter G.

    Mesh-Free Solution of Two-Dimensional Edge Crack Problems under Thermo-Mechanical Load
    Bhasin V., Khan I., Mishra B., Pant M., Sharma K., Singh I.

    Temperature Calibration Techniques for TMF Testing
    Beres W., Dudzinski D., Kersey R.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Simulation in Components with Random Defects
    Härkegård G., Shirani M.

    Cohesive Zone Modeling of Initiation and Propagation of Multiple Cracks in Hard Thin Surface Coatings
    Homberg K., Laukkanen A., Ronkainen H., Wallin K.

    Modeling of Crack Propagation in Weld Beam-to-Column Connections Submitted to Cyclic Loading with a Cohesive Zone Model
    Duchêne L., Habraken A., Lequesne C., Plumier A.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP1526-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1526-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-8678-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7512-9

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