Fatigue of Materials / Edition 1

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Fatigue of Materials covers a broad spectrum of topics that represent the truly diverse nature of the subject that has grown to become a key area of scientific and applied research. Constituting an international forum for the materials industry, the book provides the perspectives of operators, engineers, and researchers regarding all aspects of current and emerging technologies for materials.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470943182
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 11/9/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 434
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents


Symposium Organizers.

Session Chairs.

International Symposium on Fatigue of Materials Advances and Emergences in Understanding Mechanisms and Mechanics of Understanding Crack Initiation and Crack Propagation.

Fundamentals of Fatigue Crack Initiation and Propagation: A Review (C. Pande, A. Imam, and T. Srivatsan).

Experimental and Micromechanics Analysis on Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior in Sn-Ag Eutectic Solder (Y. Yao, S. Vaynman, M. Fine, and L. Keer).

Environmental Effects on Fatigue Crack Growth in 7075 Aluminum Alloy (F. Wang, J. Williams, and N. Chawla).

Linearity of Fatigue Crack Growth Rates in the Near-Threshold Regime (R. Holtz).

On the Fatigue Crack Growth in High-Manganese Austenitic TWIP Steel - Influence of the Microstructure (T. Niendorf H. Maier, A. Frehn, and F. Rubitschek).

A New Formulation for Multi-Scale Fatigue Crack Growth Analysis (Y. Liu, and Z. Lu).

Corrosion Fatigue Crack Growth in Sensitized Al 5083 (P. Pao, R. Goswami, R. Bayles, and R. Holtz).

On the Mechanisms of Fatigue Crack Propagation in Structural Materials (A. Gavras, and D. Lados).

Fatigue Analysis: Role of Material, Microstructure and Environment.

Modified Kitagawa Diagram and the Transition from Crack Nucleation to Crack Propagation (K. Sadananda, and A. Vasudevan).

The High Cycle Fatigue and Final Fracture Behavior of Alloy Steel 4140 used in Hydrogen Pressure Vessels: Influence of Copper Plating (N. Balogun, T. Srivatsan, A. Prakash, B. Deeken, and T. Quick).

The Cyclic Fatigue, Damage Initiation, Propagation and Fracture of Aluminum Alloy 5083: Influence of Cryomilling (T. Topping, E. Lavernia, M. Kuruvilla, and T. Srivatsan0.

The High Cycle Fatigue and Final Fracture Behavior of Alloy Steel Used in Hydrogen Pressure Vessels: Influence of Notch (T. Srivatsan, N. Balogun, A. Prakash, B. Deeken, and T. Quick).

Investigating and Understanding the Fatigue Response and Failure of Built-Up Welded Beams of a Titanium Alloy (A. Patnaik, N. Poondla, U. Bathini, and T. Srivatsan).

The Effect of Strain Rate on Low Cycle Fatigue Life with Hold Time for USC Rotor Candidate Material (K. Kim, B. Kong, M. Kim, and S. Kang).

Mechanics and Mechanisms of Fatigue and Fracture I and II.

Investigation of Fatigue Mesoscopic Mechanical Properties of a Nickel-Based Superalloy by Instrumented Microindentation Measurements (D. Ye).

Fatigue Lives and Material Properties of Silicon Nitride Balls for Hybrid Bearing Applications (L. Xue, and G. Doll).

Multi-axial Loading Effects in a Nickel-based Disc Superalloy Subject to Proportional and Non-proportional Load Paths (S. Pattison, M. B√Ęche, S. Williams, and N. Fox).

Phase Transformation Theory Applied to Predict Fatigue Crack Propagation in Solid Materials (Y. Yao, L. Keer, and M. Fine).

Microstructure and Fatigue Behaviour in the Very High Cycle Fatigue Regime (M. Zimmermann, C. Stoecker, and H. Christ).

Crack-dislocation Interaction and It's Implication for a Fundamental Understanding of Fatigue (C. Pande).

Clarification of the Fracture Plane of Dwell Fatigue Cracks in Titanium Alloys (A. Pilchak, and J. Williams).

The Cyclic Fatigue, Damage Initiation, Damage Propagation and Final Fracture of Aluminum Alloy 2524 (T. Srivatsan, T. Quick, and N. Balogun).

The Cyclic Fatigue and Final Fracture Behavior of a Titanium Alloy Taken From Weldments: Influence of Load Ratio and Orientation (U. Bathini, A. Patnaik, T. Srivatsan, C. Menzemer, and T. Quick).

Corrosion Fatigue Strength of High Strength Austenitic Stainless Steel Containing 2.5% Molybdenum (R. Ebara, K. Matsumoto, Y. Matsuda, Y. Mizuno, and I. Nishimura).

Fatigue Analysis and Fracture of Materials.

Importance of Inhomogeneity on Fatigue Strength of Bulk Metallic Glass (Y. Nakai).

Application of Artificial Neural Network to Estimate the Fatigue Life of Shot Peened Ti6A14V ELI Alloy (S. Yavari, N. Saeidi, and S. Hosseini).

In-Situ Optical Microscopy Study on Plastic Zone Size Estimation ofA17075-T6 under Cyclic Loading (W. Zhang, Z. Lu, and Y. Liu).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

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