Original paper

A study of overload effect on fatigue crack propagation using EBSD, FIB–DIC and FEM methods

Volume: 167, Pages: 210 - 223
Published: Nov 1, 2016
Abstract
Abrupt increase in the maximum load during fatigue cycling modifies the deformation conditions at the crack tip, causing plastic flow that may lead to crack closure, introducing residual stress and hardening. The net consequence of these effects is notable crack growth retardation. Despite decades of research in the field, controversy persists regarding the role of each specific mechanism and their interaction. Resolving these issues with the...
Paper Details
Title
A study of overload effect on fatigue crack propagation using EBSD, FIB–DIC and FEM methods
Published Date
Nov 1, 2016
Volume
167
Pages
210 - 223
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