Author Information

Noel E. Ashbaugh

Affiliation: University of Dayton Research Institute

Address:
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469
United States

Other Names:
N. E. Ashbaugh; Noel Ashbaugh

Publications


A Fractographic Study of Load-Sequence-Induced Mixed-Mode Fatigue Crack Growth in an Al-Cu Alloy

STP14253S
N. E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton Research Institute


A Fracture Mechanics Test Automation System for a Basic Research Laboratory

STP25033S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton


A Model for Creep/Fatigue Interactions in Alloy 718

STP34252S
N. E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton


A Sampling of Mechanical Test Automation Methodologies Used in a Basic Research Laboratory

STP13940S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton Research Institute


An Investigation of Fretting Fatigue Crack Nucleation Life of Ti-6Al-4V under Flat-on-Flat Contact

STP10767S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton Research Institute


Analysis of Thermomechanical Cyclic behavior of Unidirectional Metal Matrix Composites

STP24249S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton


Crack-Bridging Effects in Notch Fatigue of SCS-6/TIMETAL 21S Composite Laminates

STP18221S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton Research Institute


Effects of Load History and Specimen Geometry on Fatigue Crack Closure Measurements

STP27208S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton Research Institute


Evaluation of a Crack-Growth Gage for Monitoring Possible Structural Fatigue-Crack Growth

STP35868S
N. E. Ashbaugh
Systems Research Laboratories Inc.


Fatigue Crack Growth at High Load Ratios in the Time-Dependent Regime

STP33107S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton


Fatigue Crack Growth in Ceramics and Ceramic Matrix Composites

STP15339S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton Research Institute


Micromechanisms of Major/Minor Cycle Fatigue Crack Growth in Inconel 718

STP25630S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton Research Institute


Multi-Mechanism Synergy in Variable-Amplitude Fatigue

JAI19065
N. E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton


Multi-Mechanism Synergy in Variable-Amplitude Fatigue

STP11312S
N. E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton


On the Use of Compliance for Determining Crack Length in the Inelastic Range

STP32580S
N. E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton Research Institute


Stress-Level-Dependent Stress Ratio Effect on Fatigue Crack Growth

STP14962S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton


Sustained Load Behavior of SCS-6/TIMETAL 21S Composite

STP18224S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
The University of Dayton Research Institute


Thermal Residual Stress Relaxation in Powder Metal IN100 Superalloy

JAI12552
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton Research Institute


Thermal Residual Stress Relaxation in Powder Metal IN100 Superalloy

STP45325S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton Research Institute


Threshold Crack Growth Behavior of Nickel-Base Superalloy at Elevated Temperature

STP18848S
Noel E. Ashbaugh
University of Dayton


Translaminar Fracture Toughness Test Methods and Results from Interlaboratory Tests of Carbon/Epoxy Laminates

STP16402S
Noel Ashbaugh
University of Dayton


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STP14253S A Fractographic Study of Load-Sequence-Induced Mixed-Mode Fatigue Crack Growth in an Al-Cu Alloy N. E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton Research Institute 01 January 1999
STP25033S A Fracture Mechanics Test Automation System for a Basic Research Laboratory Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton 01 January 1990
STP34252S A Model for Creep/Fatigue Interactions in Alloy 718 N. E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton 01 January 1985
STP13940S A Sampling of Mechanical Test Automation Methodologies Used in a Basic Research Laboratory Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton Research Institute 01 January 1994
STP10767S An Investigation of Fretting Fatigue Crack Nucleation Life of Ti-6Al-4V under Flat-on-Flat Contact Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton Research Institute 01 January 2003
STP24249S Analysis of Thermomechanical Cyclic behavior of Unidirectional Metal Matrix Composites Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton 01 January 1993
STP18221S Crack-Bridging Effects in Notch Fatigue of SCS-6/TIMETAL 21S Composite Laminates Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton Research Institute 01 January 1996
STP27208S Effects of Load History and Specimen Geometry on Fatigue Crack Closure Measurements Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton Research Institute 01 January 1988
STP35868S Evaluation of a Crack-Growth Gage for Monitoring Possible Structural Fatigue-Crack Growth N. E. Ashbaugh Systems Research Laboratories Inc. 01 January 1979
STP33107S Fatigue Crack Growth at High Load Ratios in the Time-Dependent Regime Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton 01 January 1988
STP15339S Fatigue Crack Growth in Ceramics and Ceramic Matrix Composites Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton Research Institute 01 January 1992
STP25630S Micromechanisms of Major/Minor Cycle Fatigue Crack Growth in Inconel 718 Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton Research Institute 01 January 1987
JAI19065 Multi-Mechanism Synergy in Variable-Amplitude Fatigue N. E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton 01 November 2004
STP11312S Multi-Mechanism Synergy in Variable-Amplitude Fatigue N. E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton 01 January 2005
STP32580S On the Use of Compliance for Determining Crack Length in the Inelastic Range N. E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton Research Institute 01 January 1984
STP14962S Stress-Level-Dependent Stress Ratio Effect on Fatigue Crack Growth Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton 01 January 1999
STP18224S Sustained Load Behavior of SCS-6/TIMETAL 21S Composite Noel E. Ashbaugh The University of Dayton Research Institute 01 January 1996
JAI12552 Thermal Residual Stress Relaxation in Powder Metal IN100 Superalloy Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton Research Institute 00 March 2006
STP45325S Thermal Residual Stress Relaxation in Powder Metal IN100 Superalloy Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton Research Institute 01 January 2007
STP18848S Threshold Crack Growth Behavior of Nickel-Base Superalloy at Elevated Temperature Noel E. Ashbaugh University of Dayton 01 January 1989
STP16402S Translaminar Fracture Toughness Test Methods and Results from Interlaboratory Tests of Carbon/Epoxy Laminates Noel Ashbaugh University of Dayton 01 January 1995