STP Published: 2012

Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics: 38th Volume

Editor(s): S.R. Daniewicz, C.A. Belsick, E.E. Gdoutos

Eighteen peer-reviewed papers address the latest advances in analysis methodologies and testing techniques in fatigue and fracture mechanics. An important focus area was fatigue crack growth behavior.

Topics cover:

• Applications of emerging analytical tools

• Novel experimental techniques to assess the durability of engineering structures, components, and devices

• Associated damage mechanisms in materials

• Multi-scale and multi-physics approaches for predicting the fatigue and fracture response of materials and structures.

Table of Contents

Alberto Carpinteri, Marco Paggi

R. Sunder

Michael R. Hill, Jihwi Kim

J. C. Newman, B. M. Ziegler, J. W. Shaw, T. S. Cordes, D. J. Lingenfelser

Y. Yamada, J. C. Newman

J. Toribio, J. C. Matos, B. González, J. Escuadra

S. Ismonov, S. R. Daniewicz

K. Yanase, M. Endo

Raghu V. Prakash, Sampath Dhinakaran

G. P. Potirniche

F. Laengler, T. Mao, A. Scholz

Michael K. Schaper

Benjamin S. Adair, Steven W. Johnson, Stephen D. Antolovich, Alexander Staroselsky

Mauro Filippini, Stefano Beretta, Luca Patriarca, Giuseppe Pasquero, Silvia Sabbadini

David T. Rusk, Robert E. Taylor

T. Fongsamootr, S. Bernard

Zhaoyu Jin, Xin Wang

Yasuhito Takashima, Mitsuru Ohata, Masaru Seto, Yoshitomi Okazaki, Fumiyoshi Minami

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Developed by Committee: E08
Pages: 390
DOI: 10.1520/STP1546-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7532-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7558-7