Multiaxial Notch Fracture and Fatigue
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This book presents unified fatigue life prediction equations for a low/medium/high cycle fatigue of metallic materials, relevant to plain materials and notched components.
The book enables the reader to tackle the failure problem of notched components and presents a new type of S-N equation. Detailing material intensity parameters, which are dependent on both the uniaxial material strength and the stress multiaxial parameter, the book then looks at the failure condition of these materials. Covering the Wöhler Curve Method, which is most suited to low-cycle fatigue life analysis of metallic materials, the book also includes chapters on mechanical quantities, linear-elastic stress analysis and multiaxial fatigue.
The book will be of interest to professionals working in the field of fatigue, fracture, stress and metallic materials.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Applicability of the Wöhler Curve Method for a Low/Medium/High Cycle Fatigue of Metallic Materials 3. Notch S-N Equation for a Low/Medium/High Cycle Fatigue of Metallic Materials 4. A Local Approach for Fracture Analysis of V- Notch Specimens Under Mode I Loading 5. A Local Stress Field Failure Model for Sharp Notches 6. An Empirical Fracture Equation of Mixed Mode Crack 7. An Empirical Equation to Assess Mixed-Mode Fracture Failure of Notched Components 8. A New Type of S-N Equation and its Application to Multiaxial Fatigue Life Prediction
Yan Xiangqiao is currently Professor at Harbin Institute of Technology. His research interests include the fatigue and fracture of engineering materials and structures, and he has published more than 100 papers in international journals.