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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Bannantine, Julie A. Comer, Jess J. Handrock, James L.
Title Statement
Fundamentals of metal fatigue analysis / Julie A. Bannantine, Jess J. Comer, James L. Handrock.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Englewood Cliffs, N.J. :   Prentice Hall,   c1990.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 273 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
013340191X
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Metals -- Fatigue.
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245 1 0 ▼a Fundamentals of metal fatigue analysis / ▼c Julie A. Bannantine, Jess J. Comer, James L. Handrock.
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300 ▼a xiii, 273 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 25 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references.
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700 1 ▼a Handrock, James L.

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Author Introduction

Julie A. Bannantine(지은이)

<피로해석의 기초>

James L. Handrock(지은이)

Jess J. Comer(지은이)

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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
FOREWORD = ⅷ
PREFACE = xi
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS = xiii
1 STRESS-LIFE = 1
 1.1 Introduction = 1
 1.2 S-N Diagram = 1
 1.3 Mean Stress Effects = 5
 1.4 Modifying Factors = 11
  1.4.1 Size Effect = 11
  1.4.2 Loading Effects = 13
  1.4.3 Surface Finish = 13
  1.4.4 Surface Treatment = 14
   Plating = 17
   Thermal = 18
   Mechanical = 20
  1.4.5 Temperature = 25
  1.4.6 Environment = 26
 1.5 Important Concepts = 28
 1.6 Important Equations = 29
2 STRAIN-LIFE = 40
 2.1 Introduction = 40
 2.2 Material Behavior = 42
  2.2.1 Monotonic Stress-Strain Behavior = 42
   Basic definitions = 42
   True and engineering stress-strain = 43
   Stress-strain relationships = 44
  2.2.2 Cyclic Stress-Strain Behavior = 46
  2.2.3 Transient Behaviro: Cyclic Strain Hardening and Softening = 48
  2.2.4 Cyclic Stress-Strain Curve Determination = 52
 2.3 Stress-Plastic Strain Power Law Relation = 55
 2.4 Strain-Life Curve = 59
 2.5 Determination of Fatigue Properties = 63
 2.6 Mean Stress Effects = 66
 2.7 Important Concepts = 70
 2.8 Important Equations = 70
3 FRACTURE MECHANICS = 88
 3.1 Introduction = 88
 3.2 Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics Background = 89
  3.2.1 Historical Overview = 89
  3.2.2 LEFM Assumptions = 90
  3.2.3 Loading Modes = 90
  3.2.4 Stress Intensity Factor = 91
  3.2.5 Plastic Zone Size = 96
   Plane stress and plane strain conditions = 96
   Monotonic plastic zone size = 97
   Cyclic plastic zone size = 97
  3.2.6 Fracture Toughness = 98
 3.3 Fatigue Crack Growth = 100
  3.3.1 Fatigue Crack Growth Curves = 101
  3.3.2 Region Ⅱ = 103
  3.3.3 Region Ⅰ = 105
  3.3.4 Region Ⅲ = 107
  3.3.5 Factors Influencing Fatigue Crack Growth = 108
   Stress ratio effects = 108
   Enviromental effects = 109
  3.3.6 Crack Closure = 111
 3.4 Important Concepts = 113
 3.5 Important Equations = 113
4 NOTCHES = 124
 4.1 Introduction = 124
 4.2 Stress-Life Approach = 124
 4.3 Strain-Life Approach = 135
  4.3.1 Notch Root Stresses and STrains = 135
  4.3.2 Example of Notch Analysis using Neuber's Rule = 140
 4.4 Fracture Mechanics Approaches = 145
  4.4.1 Introduction = 145
  4.4.2 Transition Crack Length = 145
  4.4.3 Stress Intensity Factors near a Notch = 147
  4.4.4 Short Crack Growth at Notches = 151
 4.5 Combination Methods = 152
 4.6 Important Concepts = 155
 4.7 Important Equations = 155
5 VARIABLE AMPLITUDE LOADING = 178
 5.1 Introduction = 178
 5.2 Definition of Fatigue Damage = 178
 5.3 Damage Summing Methods for Initiation = 179
  5.3.1 Linear Damage Rule = 179
  5.3.2 Nonlinear Damage Theories = 181
  5.3.3 Conclusions = 182
 5.4 Cycle Counting = 184
  5.4.1 Early Cycle Counting Procedures = 184
   Level-crossing counting = 184
   Peak counting = 184
   Simple-range counting = 186
  5.4.2 Sequence Effects = 187
  5.4.3 Rainflow Counting = 189
   Rainflow counting ("falling rain" approach) = 190
   Rainflow counting (ASTM standard) = 193
 5.5 Crack Propagation Under Varibable Amplitude Loading = 196
  5.5.1 Introduction = 196
  5.5.2 Load Interaction Effects = 197
   Observed behavior = 197
   Load interaction models = 200
  5.5.3 Prediction Methods = 202
   Crack-tip plasticcity models = 202
   Statistical models = 206
   Crack closure models = 207
   Block loading = 208
 5.6 Dealing with Service Histories = 214
  5.6.1 Introduction = 214
  5.6.2 SAE Cumulative Damage Test Program = 215
 5.7 Important Concepts = 221
 5.8 Important Equations = 221
6 COMPARISON OF METHODS = 232
 6.1 Introduction = 232
 6.2 General Points for Comparison = 232
 6.3 Stress-Life (S-N) Approach = 234
  6.3.1 Strengths of Method = 234
  6.3.2 Weaknesses of Method = 234
  6.3.3 Typical Applications = 235
 6.4 Strain-Life (E-N) Approach = 235
  6.4.1 Strengths of Method = 235
  6.4.2 Weaknesses of Method = 236
  6.4.3 Typical Applications = 236
 6.5 Fracture Mechanics LEFM Approach = 237
  6.5.1 Strengths of Method = 237
  6.5.2 Weknesses of Method = 237
  6.5.3 Typical Applications = 237
 6.6 conclusion = 238
7 MULTIAXIAL FATIGUE = 239
 7.1 Introduction = 239
 7.2 Background = 240
  7.2.1 Stress State = 240
  7.2.2 Cracking Observations = 244
 7.3 Multiaxial Theories = 244
  7.3.1 Equivalent Stress/Strain Approaches = 245
  7.3.2 Sines' Model and Similar Approaches = 251
   Sines' model = 251
   Maximum range of shear stress criterion = 253
   Equivalent strain range criterion = 254
  7.3.3 Critical Plane Approaches = 256
 7.4 SAE Notched Shaft Program = 258
 7.5 Conclusion = 260
INDEX = 266


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