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  • Fatigue of Structures and Materials
    � growth bands, 52 � no macro plastic deformation, 51 � number of crack nuclei, 32, 35 � � � lips, 54, 342, 471 Fatigue limit (Sf ): � notched � � scale fatigue tests, 400, CD -104 � purpose of � � how, CD-101 Fiber- metal laminates, 589 � crack �
  • Journal of Aircraft > Corrosion Fatigue of High-Strength Aircraft Structural Alloys
    The expectation was that the hydrogen from the Cd plate (exceeding 300 ppm) would penetrate the metal surface at an ac- celerating rate under fatigue stresses and migrate toward the crack tip.6,12 However, there is no evidence to suggest that such hydro- gen ingress into the �
  • ZJTST1303P316
    � Applied Mechanics, June 10-12, 2002 (Milwaukee, WI) (on CD) � Y. Kudryavtsev, J. Kleiman, V. Knysh, and P. Mikheev: "Fatigue Life Improvement of Structural Elements with Fatigue Cracks ," SEM Annual Conference � � 2002 (Milwaukee, WI) (on CD ) � Y. Kudryavtsev, J � � al.: "Ultrasonic Peening of Weldments: Experimental Studies and Computation," IX International Congress on Experimental Mechanics, June 5-8, 2000 (Orlando, FL), pp. 504-07 � " Device for Ultrasonic Peening of Metals ," U.S. Patent No . 6467321, 2002 � "Method �
  • Fatigue of Cu-1 Pct Cd
    Although the calculated grain boundary embrittling ten- dency is realized in fatigue , there is no evidence of grain boundary embrittlement in normal tensile tests, and it is apparent that Cd is not as potent an embrittling element in Cu as is Bi~4even � Further, grain boundary cracking in Cu-Cd be- comes dominant only in the high cycle regirfie where � � might occur when there is an interaction between the environ- ment and the metal or by a �
  • Mechanical Vibration and Shock Volume 4 Fatigue Damage 2nd Edition
    [SCH 72c] SCHIJVE J., �Effects of test frequency on fatigue crack propagation under flight simulation loading�, Symposium on Random Load Fatigue , AGARD CD no . 118, 4-1�4- 1, 7 October 1972, AD 752369. � accumulation and safety factors under random variable loading, Fatigue Resistance of Materials and Metal Structural Parts, A �
  • Mechanical Properties of Materials
    Quoted by Ciavarella N. Ono, Y. Nishimura, in Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Fracture (Ottawa, CD ROM, 2009), pp. 1�10 R.E. Peterson, Notch Sensitivity, in Metal Fatigue , ed. by G. Sines, J.L. Waisman (MacGraw-Hill, New York, 1959 � Fracture Control Program, Report No . 26) (University of Illinois, Chicago, 1977) R.I. Stephens, Metal Fatigue in � � New York, 2001) R.I. Stephens, D.K. Chen, B.W. Horn, Fatigue Crack Growth with Negative �
  • ZASMHBA0002467
    � 1989, p 50-58 C.J. Armstrong, Ed., World Databases in Physics and MathematicalScience, Bowker-Saur, London, 1995 A.J. Barrett, Ed., InternationaI Register of Materials Database Managers, Special Report No . 14, 2nd ed., CODATA, 1993 The CD -ROM Directory 1993, TFPL � � the Reinforeed Plastics/Composites Industry, Composites Institute, Society of the Plastics Industry, 1986 C.M. Hudson and S.K. Seward, A Compendium of Sources of Fracture Toughness and Fatigue - Crack Growth Data for MetallicAlloys � � Alloy Directory, 3rd ed., Metal Bulletin Books, 1992 ET.
  • Energy and Technolgy Assessment of Zinc and Magnesium Casting Plants, Technical Report Close-out, August 25,2006
    � U.S. Department of Energy Decision Tools for Industry CD -ROM ? MotorMaster+4.0 ? PSAT ? AirMaster+1.09 ? Steam � � Publication � Production of High Precision Zinc Die Castings � NADCA Publication � Metal Melting and Handling � � No . 4 � Accelerated Die Life Characteristics of Die Materials No. 5 � Development & Evaluation of � � for Critical Applications and Increased Production Rates No. 78 � Energy Consumption by Die Casting Operations No. 79 � Qualitative Reasoning for Addition Die Casting Design Applications No. 87 � Effect of Die Design on Thermal Fatigue Cracking of Dies No. 88 �
  • AIAA Journal > Design and Modelling of Selective Reinforcements for Integral Aircraft Structures
    � � 25th International Congress of Aeronautical Science, International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences [ CD -ROM], http:// � [3] Schijve, J., � Crack Stoppers and ARALL Laminates,� Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Vol. 37, No . 2, 1990, pp. 405�421. doi:10.1016/0013-7944(90)90050 � � of the 23rd Symposium of the International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue , DGLR, Munich, Germany, June � [7] Bowler, A., �Crack Stoppers and Fail Safety in Integral Metal Aircraft Structure,� Master�s Thesis, CranfieldUniversity �
  • Journal of Aircraft > Fiber/Metal Composite Technology for Future Primary Aircraft Structures
    [16] Vlot, A., �Impact Loading on Fibre Metal Laminates,� International Journal of Impact Engineering, Vol. 18, No . 3, 1996, pp. 291�307. doi:10.1016/0734-743X(96)89050-6 � � � Proceedings of the 25th International Congress of the Aeronautical Sciences [ CD - [18] Sch�tz, W., �History of Fatigue ,� Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Vol. 54, No. 2, 1996, pp. 263�300 � [21] Marissen, R., �Fatigue Crack Growth in ARALL, A Hybrid Aluminium-Aramid Composite Material, Crack Growth Mechanisms �