The Symposium on Testing for Prediction of Material Performance in Structures and Components was presented in two parts; Part I was presented in Anaheim, Calif., 21-23 April 1971 and Part II was presented in conjunction with the Seventy-fourth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Testing and Materials held in Atlantic City, N. J., 29 June-1 July. The symposium was sponsored by the ASTM Committee on Simulated Service and Performance Testing in cooperation with the National Materials Advisory Board and Technical Cooperation Program, Panel P-4. R. S. Shane, National Materials Advisory Board, Washington, D. C, served as symposium and program chairman.
Predictive Testing in Elevated Temperature Fatigue and Creep: Status and Problems
Coffin L., Goldhoff R.
An Assessment of Accelerated Testing
Fulton D., Yurkowsky W.
The Evaluation of Creep Damage in a Cr-Mo-V Steel
Goldhoff R., Woodford D.
Applications of Exoelectron Emission to Nondestructive Evaluation of Alloying, Crack Growth, Fatigue, Annealing, and Grinding Processes
Ali M., Hoenig S., Ott W., Russel T., Savitz C.
Empirical Strength Theories
Predicting the Service Life of Neoprene Launch Tube Liner Pads for the Poseidon Missile
Meier J., Rosenblatt G., Rudd G.
Fundamentals of Radiation Effects Testing
Simmons J., Sinclair E., Zwilsky K.
Techniques for Smooth Specimen Simulation of the Fatigue Behavior of Notched Members
Morrow J., Stadnick S.
Fatigue Life Predicton for Weldments with Internal Cavities
Robins D., Topper T., van der Zanden A.
Predictive Testing of Aircraft Structures
Paper ID: STP515-EB