Corrosion Fatigue: Mechanics, Metallurgy, Electrochemistry, and Engineering

    Crooker TW, Leis BN
    Published: 1983

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    This publication presents research data covering corrosion and fracture mechanics of metals, primarily steel, aluminum, and titanium. The papers presented are primarily research in nature although several papers deal with application technology. The papers address: mechanics and basic metal characteristics, the effects of the environments of metals and crack initiation and propagation, engineering design considerations, and electrochemical considerations.

    Table of Contents

    Crooker T., Leis B.

    Crooker T., Leis B.

    Fracture Mechanics and Corrosion Fatigue
    Shim G., Wei R.

    Corrosion-Fatigue Crack Initiation Behavior of Four Structural Steels
    Novak S.

    Anomalous Fatigue Crack Growth Retardation in Steels for Offshore Applications
    Ewalds H., Punter A., Schultze W., Van Der Velden R.

    Crack Growth by Stress-Assisted Dissolution and Threshold Characteristics in Corrosion Fatigue of a Steel
    Endo K., Komai K., Shikida T.

    Experimental Observations of Environmental Contributions to Fatigue Crack Growth
    Bowles Quinton C., Schijve J.

    Influence of Environment and Specimen Thickness on Fatigue Crack Growth Data Correlation by Means of Elber-Type Equations
    Ewalds H., Sloof W., van Doorn F.

    Corrosion-Fatigue Behavior of Ti-6Al-4V in a Sodium Chloride Aqueous Solution
    Ebara R., Goto A., Yamada Y.

    An Analysis of Random Pits in Corrosion Fatigue: A Statistical Three-Dimensional Evaluation of an Irregularly Corroded Surface
    Hashimoto Y., Hisada T., Kitagawa H., Tsuji K.

    Effects of Microstructure and Frequency on Corrosion-Fatigue Crack Growth in Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V and Ti-6Al-4V
    Cooley L., Crooker T., Yoder G.

    Corrosion-Fatigue Crack Growth Characteristics of Several HY-100 Steel Weldments with Cathodic Protection
    Czyryca E., Davis D.

    Corrosion-Fatigue Crack Initiation in an Iron-Caustic System
    Beavers J., Leis B., Mayfield M., Rungta R.

    Corrosion-Fatigue Crack Propagation Rates in Commercial 7075 and P/M X7091 Aluminum Alloys
    Kumar M.

    Effect of Microstructure and Strength of Low-Alloy Steels on Cyclic Crack Growth in High-Temperature Water
    Kondo T., Nakajima H., Shoji T., Takahashi H., Tsuji H.

    Fractography and Mechanisms of Environmentally Enhanced Fatigue Crack Propagation of a Reactor Pressure Vessel Steel
    Kemppainen M., Törrönen K.

    Chemistry Effects in Corrosion Fatigue
    Scott P.

    A Theoretical Evaluation of the Oxygen Concentration in a Corrosion-Fatigue Crack
    Turnbull A.

    Some Electrochemical and Microstructural Aspects of Corrosion Fatigue
    Congleton J., Craig I., Olieh R., Parkins R.

    Environmental Influences on the Aqueous Fatigue Crack Growth Rates of HY-130 Steel
    Fujii C., Smith J.

    Implementing Corrosion-Fatigue Crack Growth Rate Data for Engineering Applications
    Bamford W.

    The Use of Notched Compact-Type Specimens for Crack Initiation Design Rules in High-Temperature Water Environments
    Coffin L., Prater T.

    Fatigue Design Stresses for Weathering Steel Structures
    Albrecht P.

    Corrosion Fatigue of Welded Steel Joints under Narrow-Band Random Loading
    Booth G.

    Influence of Weld Profile on Fatigue of Welded Structural Steel in Seawater
    Hartt W., Martin P., Nerolich S.

    Effects of Cathodic Protection on Corrosion Fatigue
    Floyd Brown B.


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP801-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4867-3

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0245-3

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