STP Published: 1997

Elevated Temperature Effects on Fatigue and Fracture

Editor(s): R.S. Piascik/R.P. Gangloff/A. Saxena

STP 1297 is the first publication of its kind to explore how increased heat impacts the fatigue and fracture behavior of advanced metals. 12 comprehensive, peer-reviewed papers cover the following key topics:

• Integration of damage evolution, from the most general distributed form to the slightest crack tip

• High-resolution experimental exploration of the fatigue and fracture processes

• Thoroughly tested, high quality quantitative prediction models

• Next-generation structural metal performance and component life prediction.

A critical resource for metallurgists, mechanical engineers in aerospace, researchers involved with military and primary metals production technologies and power generation specialists.

Table of Contents

BC Hamilton, DE Hall, A Saxena, DL McDowell

DE Hall, BC Hamilton, DL McDowell, A Saxena

M Sester, R Mohrmann, H Riedel

GG Chell, CJ Kuhlman, HR Millwater, DS Riha

M Gao, S-F Chen, GS Chen, RP Wei

N Tada, W Zhou, T Kitamura, R Ohtani

KB Yoon, UB Baek, CM Suh

C Sarrazin-Baudoux, S Lesterlin, J Petit

TP Albertson, RR Stephens, TD Bayha

MJ Haynes, BP Somerday, CL Lach, RP Gangloff

AP Reynolds, RE Crooks

F Yang, A Saxena, TL Starr

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Developed by Committee: E08
Pages: 240
DOI: 10.1520/STP1297-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5356-1
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2413-4