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ASTM Selected Technical Papers

Multiaxial Fatigue

By
KJ Miller
KJ Miller
1Department of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Sheffield
,
Sheffield,
U.K.
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MW Brown
MW Brown
2Department of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Sheffield
,
Sheffield,
U.K.
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ISBN-10:
0-8031-0444-8
ISBN:
978-0-8031-0444-0
No. of Pages:
751
Publisher:
ASTM International
Publication date:
1985
Description

Combines international schools of thought on the behavior of materials subjected to multiaxial fatigue. Gives designers simplified methods of analysis that are applicable to practical situations involving complex street cycling. Shows that significant progress has been made in predicating finite fatigue life behavior, namely, that induction of stresses on two or three axes in fatigue experiments provides valuable information on the micro mechanisms of fatigue crack formation and growth and the uses and limitations of multiaxial correlation factors.

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