This year's sitting produced 34 papers on predicting fatigue life, fatigue properties of materials, the fatigue of welded structures, temperature and thermo-mechanical fatigue, multi-axial fatigue, and fatigue crack growth.
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FCG stands for Fatigue Crack Growth
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Random variable Q is the speed of fatigue crack growth in the logarithmic scale.
In another work by the same group, the effect of CNT dimensions on fatigue crack growth suppression in epoxy composites was studied (7).
So, for dynamic fatigue crack growth, one may write: dc/dN = f(G)(2) where c is the crack length and N is the number of loading cycles.
FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH Crack Growth by Fatigue--Crack growth by fatigue occurs when a component is subject to time varying loads which result in cyclic stresses.
INTRODUCTION One of the basic tasks of qualitative fractography is the reconstitution of fatigue crack growth history from the morphology of the crack surface.
The mathematical model describing fatigue crack growth of an element stressed by in-plane bending moment is defined, according to (Kunz 1991; Gocal 2000), by the calibration function: F(a) - 1.
The effort will include a re-inspection after repairs are completed, to verify that the repairs were effective in halting any further fatigue crack growth.