SEDL / STP / STP993-EB
Mechanical Relaxation of Residual Stresses
Addresses the relaxation of residual stresses by mechanical means. STP 993 is covers intentional relaxation of undesirable residual stresses and unintentional relaxation of residual stress by cyclic stresses.
Table of Contents
Residual Stress Alterations via Cold Rolling and Stretching of an Aluminum Alloy
Relief of Residual Stresses in a High-Strength Aluminum Alloy by Cold Working
Altschuler Y., Cina B., Kaatz T.
Measurements of the Reduction Due to Proof Loads of Residual Stresses in Simulated Pressure Vessel Welds
Davey T., Leggatt R.
Measurement of Vibration-Induced Stress Relief in the Heavy Fabrication Industry
Nagendra Kumar B., Noras R., Ohol R.
Vibratory Stress Relief of Welded Parts
Barbarin P., Bouhelier C., Deville J., Miege B.
Proposed Investigation of Process for Reducing Residual Welding Stresses and Distortion by Vibration (Abstract Only)
Graham Wylde J.
Prediction of Residual Stress Relaxation During Fatigue
Flavenot J., Lu J., Turbat A.
Effects of Grinding Conditions on Fatigue Behavior of 42CD4 Grade Steel; Comparison of Different Fatigue Criteria Incorporating Residual Stresses
Flavenot J., Skalli N.
Author and Discussor Index
Paper ID: STP993-EB
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