LOW-TEMPERATURE FATIGUE CRACK PROPAGATION.

W. W. Gerberich, N. Moody

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Abstract

The purpose of this paper was two-fold: to ascertain whether existing models are sufficient to describe the slope of log(da/dN) versus log( DELTA K) curves; and to determine what is responsible for large changes of slope in n at low temperatures. The experimental procedure was to run tensile and instrumented compact tension tests to evaluate the parameters in equation on Fe and Fe-Si alloys from R. T. down to minus 100 degree C.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages829-837
Number of pages9
DOIs
StatePublished - 1978
EventFract 1977 $—$ adv in res on the strength and fract of mater, Int Conf on Fract, 4th - Waterloo, Ont, USA
Duration: Jun 19 1977Jun 24 1977

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OtherFract 1977 $—$ adv in res on the strength and fract of mater, Int Conf on Fract, 4th
CityWaterloo, Ont, USA
Period6/19/776/24/77

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    Gerberich, W. W., & Moody, N. (1978). LOW-TEMPERATURE FATIGUE CRACK PROPAGATION.. 829-837. Paper presented at Fract 1977 $—$ adv in res on the strength and fract of mater, Int Conf on Fract, 4th, Waterloo, Ont, USA, . https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-08-022144-1.50050-x