Fatigue Crack Growth Under Spectrum Loads

    Wei RP, Stephens RI
    Published: 1976

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    The Symposium on Fatigue Crack Growth Under Spectrum Loads was held on 23-24 June 1975 at the Seventy-eighth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Testing and Materials in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Committee E24 on Fracture Testing of Metals and Committee E09 on Fatigue sponsored the symposium. R. P. Wei, Lehigh University, and R. I. Stephens, The University of Iowa, served as the symposium cochairmen. Serving as members of the Symposium Organizing/Program Committee and as session chairmen were J. M. Barsom, U. S. Steel Corp.; W. G. Clark, Jr., Westinghouse R & D Center; N. E. Dowling, Westinghouse R & D Center; C. M. Hudson, NASA Langley Research Center; E. K. Walker, Lockheed California Co.; and Howard Wood, AFFDL/FBR, Wright-Patterson AFB.

    Table of Contents

    Stephens R., Wei R.




    Observations on the Prediction of Fatigue Crack Growth Propagation Under Variable-Amplitude Loading
    Schijve J.

    Fatigue Crack Growth with Negative Stress Ratio Following Single Overloads in 2024-T3 and 7075-T6 Aluminum Alloys
    Chen D., Hom B., Stephens R.

    Effect of Single Overload/Underload Cycles on Fatigue Crack Propagation
    Alzos W., Hillberry B., Skat A.

    Effects of Rest Time on Fatigue Crack Retardation and Observations of Crack Closure
    Corbly D., Grandt A., Sharpe W.

    Mechanisms of Overload Retardation During Fatigue Crack Propagation
    Bernard P., Lindley T., Richards C.

    Spike Overload and Humidity Effects on Fatigue Crack Delay in Al 7075-T651
    Buck O., Frandsen J., Marcus H.

    Influences of Chemical and Thermal Environments on Delay in a Ti-6Al-4V Alloy
    Shih T., Wei R.

    Effect of Various Programmed Overloads on the Threshold for High-Frequency Fatigue Crack Growth
    Hopkins S., Leverant G., Rau C., Yuen A.

    A Model for Fatigue Crack Growth Delay Under Two-Level Block Loads
    Adetifa O., Gowda C., Topper T.

    Mathematical Modeling of Crack Growth Interaction Effects
    Bell P., Wolfman A.

    Experimental Results and a Hypothesis for Fatigue Crack Propagation Under Variable-Amplitude Loading
    Jacoby G., Nowack H., van Lipzig H.

    Effect of Spectrum Type on Fatigue Crack Growth Life
    Kaplan M., Landy M., Reiman J.

    Stress Spectrums for Short-Span Steel Bridges
    Klippstein K., Schilling C.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Under Variable-Amplitude Loading in Various Bridge Steels
    Barsom J.

    Equivalent Constant-Amplitude Concept for Crack Growth Under Spectrum Loading
    Elber W.

    Crack Growth in Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V with Real-Time and Accelerated Flight-by-Flight Loading
    Imig L.

    Prediction of Fatigue Crack Growth under Irregular Loading
    Fuchs H., Nelson D.

    Structural Reliability Prediction Method Considering Crack Growth and Residual Strength
    Varanasi S., Whittaker I.

    Spectrum Crack Growth Prediction Method Based on Crack Surface Displacement and Contact Analyses
    Dill H., Saff C.

    Spectrum Fatigue Crack Growth in Lugs
    Impellizzeri L., Rich D.


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP595-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4672-3

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0344-3

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