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    Fatigue Mechanisms

    Fong JT
    Published: 1979

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    Deals with direct observations of different physical characteristics; dislocation level; clip bands; striations, voids and micro cracks, time dependent damage; and the basic concepts of quantitative microscopy.

    Table of Contents

    Closing Remarks by Session Chairman

    Opening Remarks by Session Chairman

    Closing Remarks by Session Chairman

    Concluding Remarks on Session

    Opening Remarks by Session Chairman

    General Discussion and Concluding Remarks

    Fatigue Mechanism—Key to the Solution of the Engineer's Second Fundamental Problem

    Fatigue Mechanism—An Historical Perspective

    Quantitative Microscopy and Fatigue Mechanisms

    On the Process of Subsurface Fatigue Crack Initiation in Ti-6Al-4V

    Persistent Slipbands in Fatigued Face-Centered and Body-Centered Cubic Metals

    Dislocation Structures Around the Crack Tips in the Early Stage in Fatigue of Iron

    Grain Size Effect on Crack Nucleation and Growth in Long-Life Fatigue of Low-Carbon Steel

    Mechanisms of Fatigue and Environmentally Assisted Fatigue

    Factors Influencing Stage I Crack Propagation in Age-Hardened Alloys

    Direct Observation and Mechanism of Fatigue Crack Propagation

    The Study of Fatigue Mechanisms with Electron Channeling

    Dynamic, Real-Time Fatigue Crack Propagation at High Resolution as Observed in the Scanning Electron Microscope

    Direct Observations—The Essential Ingredients for Discovering Fundamental Mechanisms of Fatigue

    A Review of Fatigue Fracture Topology Effects on Threshold and Growth Mechanisms

    Microstructural Aspects of the Threshold Condition for Nonpropagating Fatigue Cracks in Martensitic-Ferritic Structures

    Experiments Concerning Brittle, Ductile, and Environmentally Controlled Fatigue Crack Growth

    Some Effects of Microstructure and Environment on Fatigue Crack Propagation

    Quantitative Analysis of Fatigue Process—Microcracks and Slip Lines Under Cyclic Strains

    Fatigue Behavior of Polymers

    Fatigue Fracture Micromechanisms in Engineering Plastics

    Micromechanisms of Low-Cycle Fatigue in Nickel-Based Superalloys at Elevated Temperatures

    Low-Cycle Fatigue Damage Mechanisms at High Temperature

    A Mechanism of Intergranular Fracture During High-Temperature Fatigue

    Cyclic Stress-Strain Response and Damage Mechanisms at High Temperature

    Quantitative Stereological Methods for Analyzing Important Microstructural Features in Fatigue of Metals and Alloys

    A Critical Evaluation of Mathematical Equations for Fatigue Crack Growth with Special Reference to Ferrite Grain Size and Monotonic Yield Strength Dependence

    Micromechanics Theory of Fatigue Crack Initiation Applied to Time-Dependent Fatigue

    Statistical Aspects of Fatigue at Microscopic, Specimen, and Component Levels

    Fatigue Damage Mechanisms in Composite Materials: A Review

    Fatigue Mechanisms in Nickel and Cobalt-Base Eutectic Composites

    On Understanding Environment-Enhanced Fatigue Crack Growth — A Fundamental Approach

    Model for Prediction of Fatigue Lives Based Upon a Pitting Corrosion Fatigue Process

    Symposium Summary and an Assessment of Research Progress in Fatigue Mechanisms

    Appendix: List of Symposium Participants and Correspondents

    Subject/Keyword Index

    Author/Discussor Index

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP675-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4744-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0345-0