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The Symposium on Effects of Environment and Complex Load History on Fatigue Life was presented at the Fall Meeting of ASTM held in Atlanta, Ga., 29 September–4 October, 1968. Committee E09 on Fatigue sponsored the symposium. M. S. Rosenfeld, U.S. Naval Air Engineering Center, was responsible for the session on Cumulative Damage and Life Estimation. S. R. Swanson, MTS Systems, was responsible for the session on Fatigue Under Random Loads. D. W. Hoeppner, Battelle Memorial Institute and R. I. Stephens, University of Iowa, were responsible for the two sessions on Influence of Environment on Fatigue.
Cumulative Damage Analysis in Structural Fatigue
Laboratory Simulation of Structural Fatigue Behavior
Morrow J., Topper T., Wetzel R.
Effects of Mean Stress and Prestrain on Fatigue-Damage Summation
Sandor B., Topper T.
Effect of Oxygen and of Water Vapor on the Fatigue Life of Nickel at 300 C
Shahinian P., Smith H.
Tensile and Shear-Mode Cracking of Titanium Sheet in Air and in Salt Water
McElwee R., Pendleberry S., Walker K.
Evaluation of Methods to Alleviate Corrosion Fatigue in Type 135 Drill-Pipe Steel for Offshore-Drilling Applications
Hoeppner D., Hyler W., Pettit D.
Paper ID: STP462-EB