STP1546

    Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics: 38th Volume

    Daniewicz Steven, Belsick Charlotte, Gdoutos Emmanuel
    Published: 2012


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    Eighteen peer-reviewed papers address the latest advances in analysis methodologies and testing techniques in fatigue and fracture mechanics. An important focus area was fatigue crack growth behavior.

    Topics cover:

    • Applications of emerging analytical tools

    • Novel experimental techniques to assess the durability of engineering structures, components, and devices

    • Associated damage mechanisms in materials

    • Multi-scale and multi-physics approaches for predicting the fatigue and fracture response of materials and structures.


    Table of Contents

    Dimensional Analysis and Fractal Modeling of Fatigue Crack Growth
    Carpinteri A., Paggi M.

    Unraveling the Science of Variable Amplitude Fatigue
    Sunder R.

    Fatigue Crack Closure in Residual Stress Bearing Materials
    Hill M., Kim J.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Rate Behavior of A36 Steel using ASTM Load-Reduction and Compression Precracking Test Methods
    Cordes T., Lingenfelser D., Newman J., Shaw J., Ziegler B.

    Crack Closure Behavior on a Variety of Materials under High Stress Ratios and Kmax Test Conditions
    Newman J., Yamada Y.

    Modeling of Surface Crack Advance in Round Wires Subjected to Cyclic Loading
    Escuadra J., González B., Matos J., Toribio J.

    Study of an On-Line Crack Compliance Technique for Residual Stress Measurement Using 2D Finite Element Simulations of Fatigue Crack Growth
    Daniewicz S., Ismonov S.

    Analysis of the Notch Effect in Fatigue
    Endo M., Yanase K.

    Estimation of Corrosion Fatigue-Crack Growth through Frequency Shedding Method
    Dhinakaran S., Prakash R.

    A Numerical Strip-Yield Model for the Creep Crack Incubation in Steels
    Potirniche G.

    Influence Analysis of Application-Specific Phenomena on the Creep-Fatigue Life of Turbine Housings of Turbochargers
    Laengler F., Mao T., Scholz A.

    Fatigue Crack Closure at Near-Threshold Growth Rates in Steels, Effects of Microstructure, Load Sequence and Environment
    Schaper M.

    Temperature and Load Interaction Effects on the Fatigue Crack Growth Rate and Fracture Surface Morphology of IN100 Superalloy
    Adair B., Antolovich S., Johnson S., Staroselsky A.

    Fatigue Sensitivity to Small Defects of a Gamma–Titanium–Aluminide Alloy
    Beretta S., Filippini M., Pasquero G., Patriarca L., Sabbadini S.

    Investigation of Load Control Errors for Spectrum Fatigue Testing at High Frequencies
    Rusk D., Taylor R.

    FEM Analysis of a DCP Implant on a Human Femoral Bone With a Fracture Gap
    Bernard S., Fongsamootr T.

    Point Load Weight Functions for Semi-Elliptical Cracks in Finite Thickness Plate
    Jin Z., Wang X.

    Evaluation of Fracture Toughness Test Data for Multilayer Dissimilar Joint Welds Using a Weibull Stress Model
    Minami F., Ohata M., Okazaki Y., Seto M., Takashima Y.

    Author and Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP1546-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1546-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7558-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7532-7

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    978-0-8031-7532-7
    STP1546-EB