Fatigue Mechanisms: Advances in Quantitative Measurement of Physical Damage

    Lankford J, Davidson DL, Morris WL, Wei RP
    Published: 1983

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    There are two major categories that serve to divide the book’s contents of 19 papers: Early Stages of Damage and Fatigue Crack Growth. The goal of STP 811 is to explore continuing advances in technology, which now permit more detailed quantitative measurement of fatigue damage.

    Table of Contents

    Davidson D., Lankford J., Morris W., Wei R.



    DL D., J L., RP W., WL M.

    Fatigue Crack Initiation by Cyclic Slip Irreversibilities in High-Cycle Fatigue
    Differt K., Essmann U., Mughrabi H., Wang R.

    The Role of Microplastic Deformation in Fatigue Crack Initiation
    James M., Morris W.

    Characterization of Microplasticity Developed During Fatigue
    Behnaz F., Field J., Pangborn R.

    Studies of Grain Boundary Cavitation by Small-Angle Neutron Scattering
    Cabañas-Moreno J., Koehler W., Roth M., Weertman J., Wignall G., Yang M., Zhang Z.

    Oxide Films: Quantitative Sensors of Metal Fatigue
    Baxter W.

    Physical and Mechanical Measurements of Damage in Low-Cycle Fatigue: Applications for Two-Level Tests
    Pluvinage G., Raguet M.

    In Situ Indications of Ductility Evolution During High-Temperature Fatigue Testing with and without Hold Times
    Laird C., Rahka K.

    Statistical Aspects of Fatigue Failure Due To Alloy Microstructure
    James M., Morris W.

    Fatigue Crack Initiation and Early Propagation in 3% Silicon Iron
    Hojo M., Nakai Y., Tanaka K.

    Measurement of Fatigue Damage by Randomly Distributed Small Cracks Data
    Kitagawa H., Miyashita S., Nakasone Y.

    Short Fatigue Cracks
    RA S.

    On the Quantitative Analysis of Fatigue Crack Propagation
    McEvily A.

    Effect of Microstructure on Fatigue Crack Propagation: A Review of Existing Models and Suggestions for Further Research
    Antolovich S., Baïlon J.

    Quantitative Measurement of Energy Associated with a Moving Fatigue Crack
    Davidson D., Fine M.

    Fatigue Crack Tip Strains in 7075-T6 Aluminum Alloy by Stereoimaging and Their Use in Crack Growth Models
    Davidson D., Lankford J.

    Crack Tip Geometry for Fatigue Cracks Grown in Air and Vacuum
    Bowles C., Schijve J.

    The Plastic Zone Ahead of a Fatigue Crack in 316 Stainless Steel
    Bathias C., Devaux J., Loye C., Retali D.

    Comparison of Fatigue Damage in Stable and Unstable Stainless Steels
    Altstetter C., Schuster G.

    Quantitative Measurements in the Plastic Zone Caused by a Single Overload in Air and Vacuum
    Petit J., Ranganathan N.


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP811-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4877-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0250-7

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