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Author: Jaroslav Polak
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Title: Cyclic Plasticity and Low Cycle Fatigue Life of Metals (Materials Science Monographs)
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Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd (February 1, 1992)
Pages: 316

Cyclic Plasticity and Low Cycle Fatigue Life of Metals (Materials Science Monographs) by Jaroslav Polak

Series Statement: Materials science monographs ; v. 63. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -308) and index. Uniform Title: Materials science monographs ; 63. Rubrics: Metals Fatigue Plastic properties Plasticity. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Cyclic plasticity and low cycle fatigue life of metals, Jaroslav Polák.

Low-cycle fatigue properties were investigated in the axial total strain-amplitude control mode (from . % to . %) with R εmin/εmax −1. A significant improvement of fatigue life is found to be related to the finer equiaxed grains dominated by high angle grain boundaries in the nugget zone. In parallel, a three-dimensional finite element model of crystalline plasticity, named Cristal-ECP, has been developed in both ABAQUS ™ and CAST3M ™ finite element codes. The numerical studies performed on various polycrystalline aggregates of 316LN steel have shown a heterogeneous localization of strain in bands. Abstract- Low cycle plastic stress-strain response and fatigue life of low carbon steel in variable amplitude loading is investigated.

Cyclic Plasticity and Low Cycle Fatigue Life of Metals. J Polak Elsevier Science Publishers B. V, PO Box 211, 1000 AE Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1990. Materials Science Monographs 63. Distributed in the USA. Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Copper, Surface Structure, and 3 morePlastic deformation, Hardening, and Polycrystal.

Polák: Cyclic Plasticity and Low Cycle Fatigue Life of Metals, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1991. 12. S. Suresh: Fatigue of Materials, 2nd e. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 1998. Backofen: in Fracture of Solids, . Gilman, ed. Interscience Publishers, New York, NY, 1963, pp. 339–82. H. Mughrabi: Dislocations and Properties of Real Materials (Conf. The Institute of Metals, London, 1984, Book No. 323, pp. 244–60.

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Fatigue crack propagation. 2. Low-Cycle Fatigue (M. Klesnil et a. Stress and strain concentration in a notch. Effect of service factors. 3. High-Cycle Fatigue (. Basic information about inelasticity of metals. Mechanism of inelastic deformation of metals. Some laws of inelastic deformation and fatigue damage. Strain and energy criteria of fatigue damage of metals. Accelerated method of fatigue limit determination.

Polák: Cyclic plasticity and low cycle fatigue life of metals, 2nd e. Academia, Praha, 1991. M. Furukawa, Z. Horita, M. Nemoto, T. G. Langdon: Journal of Materials Science, Vol. 36, 2001, p. 2835–2843. V. Segal: Materials Science and Engineering A, Vol. 271, 1999, p. 322–333. C. Z. Xu, Q. J. Wang, M. Zheng, J. W. Zhu, J. D. Li, M. Q. Huang, Q. Jia, Z. Du: Materials Science and Engineering A, Vol. 459, 2007, p. 303–308. R. Valiev, T. Langdon: Progress in Materials Science, Vol. 51, 2006, p. 881-981. SJR 2009: 0 - Q4 Metals and Alloys, 8. 90. C - according to the Slovak Journal Quality Criteria). Indexed in: SCOPUS, Web of Science Core Collection, CROSSREF, GOOGLE SCHOLAR,CAMBRIDGE SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACTS, Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). IČO 00 397 610. EV 5174/15.

Low-cycle fatigue behaviour of a 316 LN stainless steel at 77 K and associated structural transformation M. BOTSHEKAN, J. POL/~, Y. DESPLANQUES, S. DEGALLAIX. 309. xi Influence of the bainitic microstructure on short fatigue crack growth in HSS steel butt-welded joints C. BUIRETTE, G. DEGALLMX, J. MENIGAULT. Damage accumulation and crack growth in metals under hydrogen embrittlement V. ASTAFIEV, L. SHIRYAEVA. 405. Environmentally assisted low-cycle fatigue crack initiation and growth . BOLOTIN, V. KOVEKH, . Some experimental data of low-cycle impact fatigue for several metallic materials P. YANG, R. GU, Y. WANG, Y. RAO. 485. Chapter 7 B E H A V I O U R OF SHORT AND LARGE CRACKS Cyclic strain localisation, crack nucleation and short crack growth J. P O L, ~.

Knowledge about the fatigue characteristics of construction materials, among others such as durability under low cycle fatigue conditions, is signi-ficant with respect to estimating the life of construction elements at the structure design stage, during operation as well as in analysis of construc-tion overhaul life assessment and possibilities of its extension (MISHNAEVSKY 1997, FUCHS et al. 1980, KOCAÑDA, SZALA 1991, Problemy badañ. Cyclic plasticity and low cycle fatigue life of metals. Materials Science Mono-graphs, 63. Elsevier, Amsterdam. Problemy badañ i eksploatacji techniki lotniczej.

Low cycle fatigue failures have been identified as being connected with the low number of repeated working cycles of equipment which usually results from start-up, shut-down operations, or some necessary interruption of ordinary use. The vast amount of research carried out so far has shown that only detailed knowledge of the proper mechanisms, and thus recognition of the important parameters governing the fatigue failure, can effectively improve engineering design procedures. This book concentrates on the physical metallurgy approach to elastoplastic cyclic straining and its relation to the fatigue life of metals. Recent breakthroughs in the understanding of the appropriate mechanisms is summarized and the importance of short crack growth is emphasised. Special attention is given to the identification of the basic mechanisms underlying cyclic plastic straining, damage evolution, fatigue crack initiation and growth, which results in final fracture. Design codes and fracture control plans are examined.