STP Published: 2001

Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics: 32nd Volume

Editor(s): Ravinder Chona

23 peer-reviewed papers detail the latest advances in all aspects of fatigue and fracture mechanics, related technologies, and innovative applications. Topics range from:

• New analytical approaches to applications for tried and true methods

• Life assessment issues facing critical engineering components and structures

• Fracture behavior under dynamic loading

• Failure mechanics in ceramics and composites.

Table of Contents

MT Kirk, ME Natishan, M Wagenhofer

K Wallin

WA Van Der Sluys, BA Young

AN Cassanelli, H Ortiz, JE Wainstein, LA deVedia

G Marci, M Lang

JC Radon, K Nikbin

J-Y Huang, R-Z Li, K-F Chien, R-C Kuo, PK Liaw, B Yang, J-G Huang

Y Nakai, T Kusukawa, N Hayashi

JA Joyce, P Albrecht, HC Tjiang, WJ Wright

SM Graham

KS Kim, NW Lee, YK Chung, JJ Park

F Minami, T Katou, H Jing

HH Hsu, KF Chien, HC Chu, RC Kuo, PK Liaw

S Chapuliot, S Marie, D Moulin

Y Yamashita, K Sakano, M Onozuka, F Minami

JR Donoso, JD Landes

MA James, JC Newman, WM Johnston

C Soutis, M Kashtalyan

I Bar-On, GD Quinn, J Salem, MJ Jenkins

GD Quinn, K Xu, R Gettings, JA Salem, JJ Swab

WG Reuter, JC Newman, JD Skinner, ME Mear, WR Lloyd

V McDonald, SR Daniewicz

AJ Duncan, KH Subramanian, RL Sindelar, K Miller, AP Reynolds, YJ Chao

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Developed by Committee: E08
Pages: 400
DOI: 10.1520/STP1406-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5460-5
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2888-0