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Case Histories Involving Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics A Symposium (Astm Special Technical Publication// Stp) by C. Michael Hudson

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Published by Astm Intl .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Congresses,
  • Materials science,
  • Metals technology / metallurgy,
  • Strength Of Materials,
  • Fatigue,
  • Metal Fatigue,
  • Fracture mechanics,
  • Metals

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsThomas P. Rich (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages427
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7904578M
ISBN 100803104855
ISBN 109780803104853

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STP is a collection of 22 papers in a case history format. The purpose of this book is to describe the use of fracture mechanics in predicting the behavior of cracked structures and . Part of the Oxford Case Histories series, this book will be valuable reading for postgraduate trainees and consultants, and will be an essential resource for those preparing for exit examinations and revalidation. It is also the ideal tool for those who wish to improve their skillsin diagnosis and management of a broad range of geriatric disorders. CASE HISTORIES INVOLVING FATIGUE AND FRACTURE MECHANICS A symposium sponsored by ASTM Committee E on Fracture Testing Charleston, SC, March ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION C. Michael Hudson, NASA-Langley Research Center, and Thomas P. Rich, Bucknell University, editors ASTM Publication Code Number . Presents more than expert failure analysis case histories from industries including automotive, aerospace, utilities, oil and gas, petrochemical, biomedical, ground transportation, off-highway vehicles, and more. Volume 2 builds on the tremendous acceptance of Volume 1 by the failure analysis community. The two volumes can also be purchased as a set for a special 4/5(6).

Case histories involving fatigue and fracture mechanics; Proceedings of the Symposium, Charleston, SC, Mar. 21, 22, Abstract. Papers are presented on cracking at nozzle corners in the nuclear pressure vessel industry, applied fracture mechanics for assessing defect significance in a crude oil pipeline, failure analysis of a large wind Author: Thomas P. Rich and C. Michael Hudson. Three case histories of failure analyses conducted on implants are pre- sented. A series of L stainless-steel hip replacement components failed in fatigue by a unique mechanism of multiple cracks on the medial side of the stem and a fracture surface with crack initiation sites from both the medial and lateral by: Importance of Fracture Mechanics: All real materials contain defects: understand the influence of these defects on the strength of the material. Defect-tolerant design philosophy. 2. Relevance for Fatigue: understand the initiation and growth of fatigue cracks. Book. Full-text available. Case histories involving fatigue and fracture mechanics; Proceedings of the Symposium, Charleston, SC, Mar. 21, 22, Case histories involving fatigue .

The book title and problems presented look very good, but the contents are not. Actually, there are many errors and mistakes in the book, and some problems discussed may mislead the beginners in the area of fracture and fatigue. Don't waste your money for this book. From a fracture specialist in Ohio.1/5(1). It starts with a brief survey of different types of structures and related prediction problems in Section , followed by a repetition of design tools in Section Uncertainties of predictions and safety factors are addressed in Section Some illustrative case histories of structural fatigue problems are presented in Section This Third Edition of the well-received engineering materials book has been completely updated, and now contains over 1, citations. Thorough enough to serve as a text, and up-to-date enough to serve as a reference. There is a new chapter on strengthening mechanisms in metals, new sections on composites and on superlattice dislocations, expanded treatment of cast and 4/5(1). fatigue and fracture mechanics concepts in a forum that honors and remembers Professor Jerry L. Swedlow, who incidentally completed his Ph.D. Thesis also in [1]. Since the 's, events in the naval, nuclear, and aircratt industries have fostered theFile Size: 2MB.