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    Volume 20, Issue 3 (May 1992)

    Fatigue Threshold Regime of a Low Alloy Ferritic Steel under Closure-Free Testing Conditions: Part II—Hysteresis in Near-Threshold Fatigue Crack Propagation: An Experimental Assessment

    (Received 14 May 1991; accepted 10 October 1991)

    Published Online: 01 May 1992

    CODEN: JTEVAB

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    Abstract

    Near-threshold fatigue crack propagation behavior of a high strength steel was investigated in laboratory air under closurefrec testing conditions at R = 0.7 (= Rcff) and at two different K-gradients. Depending on the criterion assumed, the threshold value differed; the criterion of non-propagation gave a lower threshold value than that assumed by the propagation criterion. Nevertheless. the subsequent propagation following a load increase was discontinuous in both cases, and da/dN versus ΔK curves obtained on the some specimen during the K-decreasing and the K-increasing test were not necessarily identical in the threshold regime. This behavior, hysteresis, is analyzed mainly from the experimental viewpoint, and it is shown that hysteresis is not an artifact.


    Author Information:

    Vaidya, WV
    Metallurgist, Institut für Werkstofforschung, GKSS-Forschungszentrum Geesthacht GmbH, Geesthacht,


    Stock #: JTE11710J

    ISSN:0090-3973

    DOI: 10.1520/JTE11710J

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    Title Fatigue Threshold Regime of a Low Alloy Ferritic Steel under Closure-Free Testing Conditions: Part II—Hysteresis in Near-Threshold Fatigue Crack Propagation: An Experimental Assessment
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    Committee E08