STP Published: 1996

Advances in Fatigue Lifetime Predictive Techniques: 3rd Volume

Editor(s): M. R. Mitchell, R. W. Landgraf

The latest information on methods for predicting and understanding fatigue failures in materials and structures.

17 peer-reviewed papers cover:

• metal matrix composite complexities;

• analysis methods for multiple failure mechanisms;

• cyclic and creep loading experimental approaches;

• thermo-mechanical fatigue in polymer matrix composites;

• non-destructive methods for detecting damage;

• damage mechanics;

• crack initiation and growth prediction techniques;

• microstructural effects on fatigue cracking behavior;

• and design method development and application for dealing with fatigue in components and structures.

Invaluable for design engineers, researchers, materials engineers,and metallurgists.

Table of Contents

RW Neu, T Nicholas

MN Tamin, H Ghonem

LH Strait, KL Koudela, ML Karasek, MF Amateau, JP Runt

DS Liu, BL Lee

CL Chow, Y Wei

AT Chang, NW Nelson, JA Cordes, Y-J Kim

C-Y Hou, FV Lawrence

RV Prakash, R Sunder, EI Mitchenko

SY Zamrik, RE Ryan

MC Hardy

WJ Evans, PJ Nicholas, SH Spence

JO Bunch, RT Trammell, PA Tanouye

R Sunder, RV Prakash

SD Sheppard

SM Tipton

V Kliman, P Füleky, J Jelemenská

S Kalluri, GR Halford, MA McGaw

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Developed by Committee: E08
Pages: 370
DOI: 10.1520/STP1292-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5341-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2029-7