Crack growth studies in biaxial fatigue.

H. Sehitoglu, D. F. Socie, D. Worthem

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Abstract

The influence of strain state on the nucleation and early growth of fatigue cracks was investigated. Thin walled tubular specimens of Inconel 718 were subjected to combinations of axial and torsional loading in the low cycle fatigue regime. The changes in crack growth rates as a function of crack size were examined at effective strain amplitudes of 0.01 and 0.005. The crack growth rates under pure torsion, combined loading and axial loading were found to be similar for the same crack size. Crack growth rates were interpreted based on an elastoplastic fracture mechanics characterization. A strain intensity range parameter was defined based on the shear and normal strain calculated on the crack plane. For mixed mode loading conditions, similar crack growth rates were observed at a given range of strain intensity.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherAm. Soc. Test. & Mater
ISBN (Print)0803109253, 9780803109254
StatePublished - Jan 1 1988

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Crack propagation
Fatigue of materials
Cracks
Fracture mechanics
Torsional stress
Nucleation

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Sehitoglu, H., Socie, D. F., & Worthem, D. (1988). Crack growth studies in biaxial fatigue. In Unknown Host Publication Title Am. Soc. Test. & Mater.

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Unknown Host Publication Title. Am. Soc. Test. & Mater, 1988.

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Sehitoglu, H, Socie, DF & Worthem, D 1988, Crack growth studies in biaxial fatigue. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Am. Soc. Test. & Mater.
Sehitoglu H, Socie DF, Worthem D. Crack growth studies in biaxial fatigue. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Am. Soc. Test. & Mater. 1988
Sehitoglu, H. ; Socie, D. F. ; Worthem, D. / Crack growth studies in biaxial fatigue. Unknown Host Publication Title. Am. Soc. Test. & Mater, 1988.
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