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    STP1159

    Techniques for the Characterization of Fretting Fatigue Damage

    Published: 01 January 1992


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    Abstract

    The factors that determine fretting fatigue damage of a given material pair are relative slip between the two surfaces in contact, shear stress at the interface, and tensile stress that forces the crack, once started, to grow. Three types of test are described: a biaxial loading test for interlocking joints, a uniaxial tension-compression test, and a three-point bending test. It is concluded that the latter is sufficient for most purposes besides having low cost and simplicity.

    Keywords:

    fretting fatigue, ceramics, biaxial loading, shear stress, tangential stress, interface slip


    Author Information:

    Ruiz, C
    Reader in Materials Engineering, Oxford University, Oxford,

    Wang, ZP
    Reader in Materials Engineering, Oxford University, Oxford,

    Webb, PH
    Reader in Materials Engineering, Oxford University, Oxford,


    Committee/Subcommittee: E08.03

    DOI: 10.1520/STP25829S