Editor(s): Huseyin Sehitoglu, Hans J. Maier
20 papers from leading experts on the thermal and thermo-mechanical fatigue of structural alloys expose the deformation and damage mechanisms in thermo-mechanical fatigue in all materials.
Includes papers on the study of stress-strain response in a number of technologically important materials, damage mechanisms in thermo-mechanical fatigue (creep, oxidation effects), microscopic investigations of materials subjected to thermo-mechanical fatigue, life prediction under thermo-mechanical fatigue (including fracture mechanics, damage mechanics, initiation life approaches), solutions to thermo-mechanical fatigue problems in industry (including gas turbines, automotive engine, and novel experimental techniques for thermo-mechanical fatigue (high-frequency, multiaxial testing, and round robin results).
Audience: Researchers and engineers working in the field of high-temperature fatigue and life-time prediction.
R Kowalewski, H Mughrabi
P Pototzky, HJ Maier, H-J Christ
B Kleinpass, K-H Lang, D Löhe, E Macherauch
H Sehitoglu, TJ Smith, HJ Maier
RP Skelton, GA Webster, B de Mestral, C-Y Wang
MW Woodmansee, RW Neu
R Kühner, J Aktaa, L Angarita, K-H Lang
SY Zamrik, ML Renauld
H Ikuno, S Iwanaga, Y Awano
CC Engler-Pinto, F Rézaï-Aria
A Jung, HJ Maier, H-J Christ
GR Halford, BA Lerch, VK Arya
O Jin, WS Johnson
L Rémy, A Koster, E Chataigner, A Bickard
G Filacchioni, C Petersen, F Rézaï-Aria, J Timm
J Ziebs, JFC Meersmann, HJ Kühn, H Klinglehöffer
M Okazaki, H Nakatani
G Marci, KM Mull, C Sick, M Bartsch
L Angarita, G Pitz, K-H Lang, D Löhe
R Chieragatti, F Paun