Effect of shot peening residual stresses and surface roughness on fretting fatigue strength of Al 7075-T651

Volume: 142, Pages: 106004 - 106004
Published: Feb 1, 2020
Abstract
Fretting fatigue is a surface damage phenomenon appearing in mechanical contacts subjected to time variable contact forces. Typical features of fretting fatigue include: wear, oxidation, high stress concentration and non-proportional loading. The high stresses near the surface produce a rapid initiation of cracks. Among the different fretting fatigue palliatives, one of the most common is shot peening. This treatment introduces high compressive...
Paper Details
Title
Effect of shot peening residual stresses and surface roughness on fretting fatigue strength of Al 7075-T651
Published Date
Feb 1, 2020
Volume
142
Pages
106004 - 106004
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