Dr. Min Liao, Doug Wells
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Learn about new insights and advances in the field of fatigue and fracture in this special issue.
You’ll get 11 papers featuring experimental data, assessment of testing techniques and materials, analysis, simulations, and testing results on a variety of topics, including:
– crack size and shape effects on near-threshold fatigue crack growth rates
– alternative test methods for cleavage fracture characterization
– the effects of defects and surface conditions on fatigue crack nucleation
– fracture behavior as influenced by manufacturing and hydrogen effects
– tools related to optimizing crack growth rate material models for variable-amplitude loading
– assessment of surface cracks
Three of the papers highlight ASTM International Committee E08 on Fatigue and Fracture’s work to improve the quality of mechanical testing for fracture and fatigue evaluation through developments in testing methodology and test data assessment.
This special issue features papers that were presented at the 17th International ASTM/ESIS Symposium on Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics, held in Toronto, Canada, in May 2017.
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