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review of the discontinuity or hump phenomenon in fatigue S/N curves theories and further results by J. M. Finney

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Published by Dept. of Supply, Australian Defence Scientific Service, Aeronautical Research Laboratories in Melbourne .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Metals -- Fatigue.,
  • Metals -- Testing.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 12-14.

Statementby J. M. Finney.
SeriesAeronautical Research Laboratories, Fishermen"s Bend, Vic. Structures and materials report 314, Structures and materials report ;, 314.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTL671.6 .F66 no. 314
The Physical Object
Pagination17, [20] l.
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4365619M
LC Control Number78440470

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The mechanism of the duality of the S–N fatigue data (S is stress and N is cycles to failure) or the grouping of data into two distinct S–N curves as a result of two competing failure modes.   “A Review of the Discontinuity or Hump Phenomenon in Fatigue S/N Curves; Theories and Further Results,” Report SM (March, ). Dolan, T. J., “Basic Research in Fatigue of Metals,” ASTM Bulletin , Research Sub-Committee, Committee E-9 (Sept. ).Cited by: 1. Finney, J. M., A Review of the Discontinuity or Hump Phenomenon in Fatigue S/N Curves: Theories and Further Results, Structures and Materials Report , Australian Defence Scientific Service, Melbourne () Google Scholar. The fatigue life models use the information from S-N curves or Goodman-type diagrams and introduce a fatigue Degrieck, J. and Van Paepegem, W. (). Fatigue Damage Modelling of Fibre-Reinforced Composite Materials: Review.

This book is primarily a textbook written for people working on fatigue problems of engineering structures and materials associated with design, predictions, load spectra and experimental verifications. Many different fields of interest are involved, as the block diagram on the front cover indicates. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. curves corrosion crack propagation mm2 endurance limit number of cycles ratio permissible seam spot welded BIGSIAW. This is Design and Analysis of Fatigue Resistant Welded Structures, _(Dieter Radaj).pdf pages: 21 March () Post a Review. You can write a book review and share. Assessment of fatigue life of structural components (S-N curves and strain life 3. Improvement techniques (Grinding, weld toe remelting and Hammer peening) 2 3 Introduction: Sometimes, structures which were properly designed to avoid both excessive elastic deflection and plastic yielding fail in a catastrophic way by fast fracture.

Avoiding or controlling fatigue damage is a major issue in the design and inspection of welded structures subjected to dynamic loading. Life predictions are usually used for safe life analysis, i.e. for verifying that it is very unlikely that fatigue damage will occur during the target service life of a structure.   The IIW recommends design S–N curves associated with a 95% survival probability for a broad range of fatigue details. These curves have a slope of m = and are described by the stress range at 2 million cycles (e.g. the FAT36 curve crosses N = 210 6 at a stress range of 36 MPa). For FSW butt joints, the following curves may be relevant.   S-N curves for Hot Spot stresses can be found in [13,25]. It should be noted that this approach is conducted on the assumption that fatigue crack initiates on the weld toe. Fricke [73] investigated three different extrapolation techniques in his paper. He then compared the resulting stress with S-N curves given in IIW recommendations [25]. For fatigue strength design, P-S-N curves obtained for materials with different failure probabilities are more applicable. P-S-N curves effectively solve the uncertainty introduced by the dispersion of fatigue life of materials and can be used as a more intuitive basis for fatigue strength design.