Basic Questions in Fatigue: Volume I

    Fong JT, Wei RP, Fields RJ, Gangloff RP
    Published: 1988

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    Volume I contains introductory remarks and addresses the questions of nucleation of fatigue damage in single crystals and polycrystals, with principal emphasis on the observation of damage at the microstructural level. Other sections deal primarily with the role of mechanical variables on fatigue crack growth in ferrous and nonferrous alloys, and focus attention at the continuum level.

    Volume II contains 3 sections on more complicated topics of research where the state of knowledge is in the formative stage. The first section considers complex interactions associated with combined fatigue and creep damage. The next section deals with the questions of environmental effects. The last section contains the only papers that address fatigue of nonmetals.

    Table of Contents

    Fields R., Fong J., Gangloff R., Wei R.

    Introductory Remarks

    The Role of Cross-Slip of Screw Dislocations in Fatigue Behavior of Copper Single Crystals
    Jin N., Winter A.

    Crack Nucleation in Persistent Slipbands
    Hunsche A., Neumann P.

    Change of Dislocation Structures and Macroscopic Conditions from Initial State to Fatigue Crack Nucleation
    Kobayashi M., Mura T., Murakami Y.

    What Are the Kinetics of Slipband Extrusion?
    Baxter W.

    Substructural Developments During Strain Cycling of Wavy Slip Mode Metals
    Pawlus L., Plumtree A.

    Crystallographic Study of the Fatigue Crack Nucleation Mechanism in Pure Iron
    Kosugi M., Tanaka T.

    Crack Growth Studies in Biaxial Fatigue
    Sehitoglu H., Socie D., Worthem D.

    Unified Treatment of Deep and Shallow Notches in Rotating Bending Fatigue
    Endo M., Nisitani H.

    Influence of Stress State on Crack Growth Retardation
    Fleck N.

    Critical Behavior of Nonpropagating Crack in Steel
    Kim M., Kunio T., Yamada K.

    Fatigue Damage Accumulation During Cycles of Nonproportional Straining
    Brown M., de los Rios E., Miller K., Pei H.

    The Significance of Sliding Mode Crack Closure on Mode III Fatigue Crack Growth
    Stanzl S., Tschegg E.

    A Critical Comparison of Proposed Parameters for High-Strain Fatigue Crack Growth
    Brown M., de los Rios E., Miller K.

    Toward an Understanding of Mode II Fatigue Crack Growth
    Smith M., Smith R.

    The Propagation of Short Fatigue Cracks at Notches
    Akiniwa Y., Tanaka K.

    A Study of the Mechanism of Striation Formation and Fatigue Crack Growth in Engineering Alloys
    Ouyang J., Yan M.

    Elastic-Plastic Behavior of Short Fatigue Crack in Smooth Specimen
    Hoshide T., Inoue T., Miyahara M.

    Use of Nondestructive Evaluation Techniques in Studies of Small Fatigue Cracks
    London B., Nelson D., Resch M., Yuce H.

    Is the Concept of a Fatigue Threshold Meaningful in the Presence of Compression Cycles?
    Blom A., Ritchie R., Zaiken E.

    Crack Closure and Variable-Amplitude Fatigue Crack Growth
    McEvily A., Minakawa K.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP924-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5034-8

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0925-4

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