Author Information

Stephen D. Antolovich

Affiliation: Georgia Institute of Technology

Division/Department: George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering

Address:
801 Ferst Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0405
United States

Other Names:
S. D. Antolovich

Publications


A Life Prediction Model for Thermomechanical Fatigue Based on Microcrack Propagation

STP24248S
S. D. Antolovich
Washington State University


A Model for Life Predictions of Nickel-Base Superalloys in High-Temperature Low Cycle Fatigue

STP24497S
Stephen D. Antolovich
Georgia Institute of Technology


Activation Energy Dependence on Stress Intensity in Stress-Corrosion Cracking and Corrosion Fatigue

STP28677S
S. D. Antolovich
University of Cincinnati


Applications of Quantitative Fractography and Computed Tomography to Fracture Processes in Materials

STP23531S
Stephen D. Antolovich
Georgia Tech


Damage Observation of a Low-Carbon Steel Under Tension-Torsion Low-Cycle Fatigue

STP24810S
Stephen D. Antolovich
Georgia Institute of Technology


Effect of Microstructure on Fatigue Crack Propagation: A Review of Existing Models and Suggestions for Further Research

STP30563S
Stephen D. Antolovich
Georgia Institute of Technology


Effect of Temperature, Microstructure, and Stress State on the Low Cycle Fatigue Behavior of Waspaloy

STP24518S
S. D. Antolovich
Georgia Institute of Technology


Fracture Toughness of Duplex Structures: Part I — Tough Fibers in a Brittle Matrix

STP38822S
S. D. Antolovich
University of Cincinnati


Fracture Toughness of Duplex Structures: Part II — Laminates in the Divider Orientation

STP38823S
S. D. Antolovich
University of Cincinnati


Temperature and Load Interaction Effects on the Fatigue Crack Growth Rate and Fracture Surface Morphology of IN100 Superalloy

STP154620120013
Stephen D. Antolovich
Georgia Institute of Technology


Temperature and Load Interaction Effects on the Fatigue Crack Growth Rate and Fracture Surface Morphology of IN100 Superalloy

JAI104215
Stephen D. Antolovich
Georgia Institute of Technology


Towards the Development of a Physics-Based Thermo-Mechanical Fatigue Life Prediction Model for a Single Crystalline Ni-Base Superalloy

MPC20130049
Stephen D. Antolovich
Georgia Institute of Technology


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STP24248S A Life Prediction Model for Thermomechanical Fatigue Based on Microcrack Propagation S. D. Antolovich Washington State University 01 January 1993
STP24497S A Model for Life Predictions of Nickel-Base Superalloys in High-Temperature Low Cycle Fatigue Stephen D. Antolovich Georgia Institute of Technology 01 January 1988
STP28677S Activation Energy Dependence on Stress Intensity in Stress-Corrosion Cracking and Corrosion Fatigue S. D. Antolovich University of Cincinnati 01 January 1976
STP23531S Applications of Quantitative Fractography and Computed Tomography to Fracture Processes in Materials Stephen D. Antolovich Georgia Tech 01 January 1990
STP24810S Damage Observation of a Low-Carbon Steel Under Tension-Torsion Low-Cycle Fatigue Stephen D. Antolovich Georgia Institute of Technology 01 January 1993
STP30563S Effect of Microstructure on Fatigue Crack Propagation: A Review of Existing Models and Suggestions for Further Research Stephen D. Antolovich Georgia Institute of Technology 01 January 1983
STP24518S Effect of Temperature, Microstructure, and Stress State on the Low Cycle Fatigue Behavior of Waspaloy S. D. Antolovich Georgia Institute of Technology 01 January 1988
STP38822S Fracture Toughness of Duplex Structures: Part I — Tough Fibers in a Brittle Matrix S. D. Antolovich University of Cincinnati 01 January 1972
STP38823S Fracture Toughness of Duplex Structures: Part II — Laminates in the Divider Orientation S. D. Antolovich University of Cincinnati 01 January 1972
STP154620120013 Temperature and Load Interaction Effects on the Fatigue Crack Growth Rate and Fracture Surface Morphology of IN100 Superalloy Stephen D. Antolovich Georgia Institute of Technology 01 July 2012
JAI104215 Temperature and Load Interaction Effects on the Fatigue Crack Growth Rate and Fracture Surface Morphology of IN100 Superalloy Stephen D. Antolovich Georgia Institute of Technology 01 April 2012
MPC20130049 Towards the Development of a Physics-Based Thermo-Mechanical Fatigue Life Prediction Model for a Single Crystalline Ni-Base Superalloy Stephen D. Antolovich Georgia Institute of Technology 20 September 2014