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Fatigue of Materials and Structures : Applications to Design and Damage, (electronic resource)

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Fatigue of Materials and Structures : Applications to Design and Damage
Title
Fatigue of Materials and Structures
Title remainder
Applications to Design and Damage
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  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Summary
The design of mechanical structures with predictable and improved durability cannot be achieved without a thorough understanding of the mechanisms of fatigue damage and more specifically the relationships between the microstructure of materials and their fatigue properties. Written by leading researchers in the field, this book, along with the complementary books Fatigue of Materials and Structures: Fundamentals and Application to Damage and Design (both also edited by Claude Bathias and André Pineau), provides an authoritative, comprehensive and unified treatment of the mechanics and mic
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Fatigue des matériaux et des structures 4
Dewey number
620.1126
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Bathias, Claude
  • Pineau, A.
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  • Materials
  • Materials
  • Materials
  • Materials
  • Microstructure
Label
Fatigue of Materials and Structures : Applications to Design and Damage, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
3.7.1. Modeling of the interactions of loading cycles
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unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Fatigue of Materials and Structures; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Chapter 1. Multiaxial Fatigue; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1. Variables in a plane; 1.1.2. Invariants; 1.1.3. Classification of the cracking modes; 1.2. Experimental aspects; 1.2.1. Multiaxial fatigue experiments; 1.2.2. Main results; 1.2.3. Notations; 1.3. Criteria specific to the unlimited endurance domain; 1.3.1. Background; 1.3.2. Global criteria; 1.3.3. Critical plane criteria; 1.3.4. Relationship between energetic and mesoscopic criteria; 1.4. Low cycle fatigue criteria; 1.4.1. Brown-Miller
  • 1.4.2. SWT criteria1.4.3. Jacquelin criterion; 1.4.4. Additive criteria under sliding and stress amplitude; 1.4.5. Onera model; 1.5. Calculating methods of the lifetime under multiaxial conditions; 1.5.1. Lifetime at N cycles for a periodic loading; 1.5.2. Damage cumulation; 1.5.3. Calculation methods; 1.6. Conclusion; 1.7. Bibliography; Chapter 2. Cumulative Damage; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Nonlinear fatigue cumulative damage; 2.2.1. Main observations; 2.2.2. Various types of nonlinear cumulative damage models; 2.2.3. Possible definitions of the damage variable
  • 2.3. A nonlinear cumulative fatigue damage model2.3.1. General form; 2.3.2. Special forms of functions F and G; 2.3.3. Application under complex loadings; 2.4. Damage law of incremental type; 2.4.1. Damage accumulation in strain or energy; 2.4.2. Lemaître's formulation; 2.4.3. Other incremental models; 2.5. Cumulative damage under fatigue-creep conditions; 2.5.1. Rabotnov-Kachanov creep damage law; 2.5.2. Fatigue damage; 2.5.3. Creep-fatigue interaction; 2.5.4. Practical application; 2.5.5. Fatigue-oxidation-creep interaction; 2.6. Conclusion; 2.7. Bibliography
  • Chapter 3. Damage Tolerance Design3.1. Background; 3.2. Evolution of the design concept of "fatigue" phenomenon; 3.2.1. First approach to fatigue resistance; 3.2.2. The "damage tolerance" concept; 3.2.3. Consideration of "damage tolerance"; 3.3. Impact of damage tolerance on design; 3.3.1. "Structural" impact; 3.3.2. "Material" impact; 3.4. Calculation of a "stress intensity factor"; 3.4.1. Use of the "handbook" (simple cases); 3.4.2. Use of the finite element method: simple and complex cases; 3.4.3. A simple method to get new configurations; 3.4.4. "Superposition" method
  • 3.4.5. Superposition method: applicable examples3.4.6. Numerical application exercise; 3.5. Performing some "damage tolerance" calculations; 3.5.1. Complementarity of fatigue and damage tolerance; 3.5.2. Safety coefficients to understand curve a = f(N); 3.5.3. Acquisition of the material parameters; 3.5.4. Negative parameter: corrosion -- "corrosion fatigue"; 3.6. Application to the residual strength of thin sheets; 3.6.1. Planar panels: Feddersen diagram; 3.6.2. Case of stiffened panels; 3.7. Propagation of cracks subjected to random loading in the aeronautic industry
Control code
ocn830161705
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (360 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118616994
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Wiley
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)830161705
Label
Fatigue of Materials and Structures : Applications to Design and Damage, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
3.7.1. Modeling of the interactions of loading cycles
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Fatigue of Materials and Structures; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Chapter 1. Multiaxial Fatigue; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1. Variables in a plane; 1.1.2. Invariants; 1.1.3. Classification of the cracking modes; 1.2. Experimental aspects; 1.2.1. Multiaxial fatigue experiments; 1.2.2. Main results; 1.2.3. Notations; 1.3. Criteria specific to the unlimited endurance domain; 1.3.1. Background; 1.3.2. Global criteria; 1.3.3. Critical plane criteria; 1.3.4. Relationship between energetic and mesoscopic criteria; 1.4. Low cycle fatigue criteria; 1.4.1. Brown-Miller
  • 1.4.2. SWT criteria1.4.3. Jacquelin criterion; 1.4.4. Additive criteria under sliding and stress amplitude; 1.4.5. Onera model; 1.5. Calculating methods of the lifetime under multiaxial conditions; 1.5.1. Lifetime at N cycles for a periodic loading; 1.5.2. Damage cumulation; 1.5.3. Calculation methods; 1.6. Conclusion; 1.7. Bibliography; Chapter 2. Cumulative Damage; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Nonlinear fatigue cumulative damage; 2.2.1. Main observations; 2.2.2. Various types of nonlinear cumulative damage models; 2.2.3. Possible definitions of the damage variable
  • 2.3. A nonlinear cumulative fatigue damage model2.3.1. General form; 2.3.2. Special forms of functions F and G; 2.3.3. Application under complex loadings; 2.4. Damage law of incremental type; 2.4.1. Damage accumulation in strain or energy; 2.4.2. Lemaître's formulation; 2.4.3. Other incremental models; 2.5. Cumulative damage under fatigue-creep conditions; 2.5.1. Rabotnov-Kachanov creep damage law; 2.5.2. Fatigue damage; 2.5.3. Creep-fatigue interaction; 2.5.4. Practical application; 2.5.5. Fatigue-oxidation-creep interaction; 2.6. Conclusion; 2.7. Bibliography
  • Chapter 3. Damage Tolerance Design3.1. Background; 3.2. Evolution of the design concept of "fatigue" phenomenon; 3.2.1. First approach to fatigue resistance; 3.2.2. The "damage tolerance" concept; 3.2.3. Consideration of "damage tolerance"; 3.3. Impact of damage tolerance on design; 3.3.1. "Structural" impact; 3.3.2. "Material" impact; 3.4. Calculation of a "stress intensity factor"; 3.4.1. Use of the "handbook" (simple cases); 3.4.2. Use of the finite element method: simple and complex cases; 3.4.3. A simple method to get new configurations; 3.4.4. "Superposition" method
  • 3.4.5. Superposition method: applicable examples3.4.6. Numerical application exercise; 3.5. Performing some "damage tolerance" calculations; 3.5.1. Complementarity of fatigue and damage tolerance; 3.5.2. Safety coefficients to understand curve a = f(N); 3.5.3. Acquisition of the material parameters; 3.5.4. Negative parameter: corrosion -- "corrosion fatigue"; 3.6. Application to the residual strength of thin sheets; 3.6.1. Planar panels: Feddersen diagram; 3.6.2. Case of stiffened panels; 3.7. Propagation of cracks subjected to random loading in the aeronautic industry
Control code
ocn830161705
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (360 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118616994
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Wiley
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)830161705

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