5 Books found
The latest in structural integrity of fasteners, including manufacturing processes, methods and models for predicting crack initiation and propagation, fatigue and fracture experiments, structural integrity analysis and failure analysis is presented in 14 peer-reviewed papers. Four main areas of focus examine: failure approaches, fatigue and fracture, analysis techniques and testing procedures.Failure mechanisms are discussed in
Documents the state of the art in characterizing and standardizing cyclic loads experienced by structures in service. From characterizing measured data, to development of standard test spectra. Papers include: Development of Jet Transport Airframe Fatigue Test Spectra, Variable Amplitude Load Models for Fatigue Damage and Crack Growth, and Compilation of Procedures for Fatigue Crack Propagation Testing Under Complex Load Sequences.
Covers fatigue crack closure from materials characterization to practical application in industry. Peer reviewed papers provide information and experiences on new crack-closure measurement techniques, advanced crack-closure analysis methods, and practical applications of the crack-closure concept to predict crack-propagation lives of aerospace and automotive components under complex load histories.
This publication presents research data covering corrosion and fracture mechanics of metals, primarily steel, aluminum, and titanium. The papers presented are primarily research in nature although several papers deal with application technology. The papers address: mechanics and basic metal characteristics, the effects of the environments of metals and crack initiation and propagation, engineering design considerations, and electrochemical con