Published: Jan 1988
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A method of analysis for finding optimum shot peening specifications for given parts and loading conditions is explained. The method is applied to a part with fillets loaded in rotating bending. The computed optimum intensity is 9 C. Fatigue tests are reported which compare this intensity to the conventionally specified 7A. The higher intensity proved clearly superior.
shot peening, optimization, crack arrest, stress profiles, fatigue tests
Professor, Stanford University, Stanford, CA