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    Advances in Fatigue Lifetime Predictive Techniques: Second Volume

    Mitchell MR, Landgraf RW
    Published: 1993

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    15 papers cover:

    • fundamental issues in damage development and crack growth

    • behavior in both low- and high-cycle regimes, under constant amplitude and spectrum loading conditions

    • performance of advanced materials in hostile environments, including creep-fatigue and thermomechanical fatigue

    • predictive techniques for the real-world environment.

    Table of Contents


    Use of Mechanistic Life Prediction Methods for the Design of Damage-Tolerant Composite Material Systems

    Contribution of Individual Spectrum Load Cycles to Damage in Notch Root Crack Initiation, Short and Long Crack Growth

    Calculation of Spectrum Load Notch Root Crack Growth Rate Under Elastic and Inelastic Conditions

    Fatigue Damage Due to Sub-Threshold Load Cycles Between Periodic Overloads

    Exact Determination of ΔKeff and Crack Propagation Prediction for Selected Loading Sequences

    FEM Analysis of Cyclic Deformation Around the Fatigue Crack Tip After a Single Overload

    A Creep Cavity Growth Model for Creep-Fatigue Life Prediction of a Unidirectional W/Cu Composite

    Thermal-Mechanical Fatigue Lifetime Prediction of an Austenitic Stainless Steel

    The Cumulative Fatigue Damage Behavior of MAR-M 247 in Air and High-Pressure Hydrogen

    Crack Density and Fatigue Lifetime of Metals Under Variable Amplitude Loading

    Determination of Fatigue Limit Between 105 and 109 Cycles Using an Ultrasonic Fatigue Device

    Novel Methodology for Fatigue Lifetime Prediction

    Estimation of Fatigue Propagation Life in Resistance Spot Welds

    A Reverse Plasticity Criterion for Specifying Optimal Proof Load Levels

    Fatigue Lifetime Prediction of Angle-Plied Fiber-Reinforced Elastomer Composites as Pneumatic Tire Materials

    Problems with Current Methodology in Using the Arrhenius Equation to Predict the Long-Term Behavior of Polymeric Materials in Geotechnical Environments

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1211-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5255-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1874-4