ASTM Committee E-9
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The Symposium on Achievement of High Fatigue Resistance in Metals and Alloys was given at the Seventy-second Annual Meeting of ASTM held in Altantic City, N. J., 22-27 June 1969. ASTM Committee E09 on Fatigue, Subcommittee I on Research sponsored the symposium, which was held in three sessions: Parameters Important to High Fatigue Resistance, H. F. Hardrath, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, chairman of Session I; Mechanisms for Achieving High Fatigue Resistance, J. C. Grosskreutz, chairman of Session II; and Processes for Achieving High Fatigue Resistance, C. E. Feltner, Ford Motor Co., chairman of Session III. J. C Grosskreutz and C. E. Feltner presided as symposium cochairmen.
Feltner C., Grosskreutz J.
Strengthening Mechanisms in Fatigue
Beardmore P., Feltner C.
The Fatigue Strength of Nickel-Base Superalloys
Gell M., Leverant G., Wells C.
Optimum Fatigue Crack Resistance
Miller G., Throop J.
Thermomechanical Processing and Fatigue of Aluminum Alloys
Ostermann F., Reimann W.
The Role of Residual Stresses in Increasing Long-life Fatigue Strength of Notched Machine Members
Evans W., Nelson D., Ricklefs R.
Paper ID: STP467-EB