fatigue crack

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Noun1.fatigue crack - a crack in metal resulting from metal fatiguefatigue crack - a crack in metal resulting from metal fatigue
crack, scissure, cleft, crevice, fissure - a long narrow opening
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The Lab predominantly performs Fatigue Crack Growth Testing and Fracture Toughness Testing to ASTM and other recognized test specifications.
The hardness measured found well within ASTM standard on surface, however it shows higher hardness on the cross sectional area (Beach marks area) of crankshaft due to slip band intrusions/extrusions processing during fatigue crack growth propagation simultaneously [2].
Dominant fatigue crack of each failure mode is identified.
Meanwhile, the initiation and propagation of fatigue crack for smooth surface components occupy the most part of service life [2].
The line eventually will include instruments for measuring rubber's fatigue crack growth rate curve, strain crystallization effect, crack precursor size and strain-life curve.
After the proposal developed by Elber [1, 2], other proposals appeared, based on elastoplastic analytical concepts [3-7] or the near-threshold fatigue crack growth regimes [8-12].
th] is the key parameter for life prediction algorithm based on the LEFM and is often used in the fatigue crack growth analysis.
Carpinteri, "A generalized Paris' law for fatigue crack growth," J.
Appropriate for both graduate students and practicing engineers, this guide introduces ANSYS commands for modeling stress, fracture, fatigue crack propagation, heat transfer, and diffusion of moisture in adhesively bonded composite and metallic joints.
He told a fatal accident inquiry in Aberdeen that he became convinced the aircraft crashed because of a fatigue crack on one of the planetary gears.
A model to predict hydrogen-assisted (HA) fatigue crack growth (FCG) of API pipeline steels has been proposed.
The topics include fundamentals of fatigue crack initiation and propagation, simulating fatigue cracks in health beam models for improved identification, fractographic observations on the mechanisms of fatigue crack growth in aluminum alloys, a mechanistic approach to fatigue initiation and damage propagation in fiber metal laminates and hybrid materials, and the influence of microstructural features on the propagation of microstructurally short fatigue cracks in structural steels.