publication . Article . 2014

Modelling probabilistic fatigue crack propagation rates for a mild structural steel

Correia, J.A.F.O.; de Jesus, A.M.P.; Fernández-Canteli, A.;
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  • Published: 17 Dec 2014 Journal: issn: 1971-8993, eissn: 1971-8993, Copyright policy
  • Publisher: Gruppo Italiano Frattura
Abstract
A class of fatigue crack growth models based on elastic–plastic stress–strain histories at the crack tip region and local strain-life damage models have been proposed in literature. The fatigue crack growth is regarded as a process of continuous crack initializations over successive elementary material blocks, which may be governed by smooth strain-life damage data. Some approaches account for the residual stresses developing at the crack tip in the actual crack driving force assessment, allowing mean stresses and loading sequential effects to be modelled. An extension of the fatigue crack propagation model originally proposed by Noroozi et al. (2005) to derive ...
Subjects
mesheuropmc: mental disorders
free text keywords: Finite Element Modelling, Mechanical engineering and machinery, Fatigue, Crack propagation, TJ1-1570, Local approach, Probabilistic approach, Structural engineering (General), Fracture mechanics, TA630-695
Funded by
FCT| SFRH/BD/66497/2009
Project
SFRH/BD/66497/2009
ABORDAGEM PROBABILÍSTICA PARA MODELAÇÃO DO COMPORTAMENTO A FADIGA DE COMPONENTES ESTRUTURAIS
  • Funder: Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, I.P. (FCT)
  • Project Code: SFRH/BD/66497/2009
  • Funding stream: SFRH | Doutoramento
32 references, page 1 of 3

[1] Noroozi, A.H., Glinka, G., Lambert, S., A two parameter driving force for fatigue crack growth analysis, International Journal of Fatigue, 27 (2005)1277-1296.

[2] Schütz, W., A History of Fatigue, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 54 (1996) 263-300.

[3] Paris, P.C., Gomez, M., Anderson, W.E., A rational analytic theory of fatigue, Trend Engineering, 13 (1961) 9-14.

[4] Beden, S.M., Abdullah, S., Ariffin, A.K., Review of Fatigue Crack Propagation Models for Metallic Components, European Journal of Scientific Research, 28 (2009) 364-397.

[5] Coffin, L.F., A study of the effects of the cyclic thermal stresses on a ductile metal, Translations of the ASME, 76 (1954) 931-950.

[6] Manson, S.S., Behaviour of materials under conditions of thermal stress, NACA TN-2933, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, (1954).

[7] Morrow, J.D., Cyclic plastic strain energy and fatigue of metals, Int. Friction, Damping and Cyclic Plasticity, ASTM STP 378, (1965) 45-87.

[8] Smith, K.N., Watson, P., Topper, T.H., A Stress-Strain Function for the Fatigue of Metals, Journal of Materials, 5(4) (1970) 767-778.

[9] Shang, D.-G., Wang, D.-K., Li, M., Yao, W.-X., Local stress-strain field intensity approach to fatigue life prediction under random cyclic loading, International Journal of Fatigue, 23 (2001) 903-910.

[10] Noroozi, A.H., Glinka, G., Lambert, S., A study of the stress ratio effects on fatigue crack growth using the unified two-parameter fatigue crack growth driving force, International Journal of Fatigue, 29 (2007) 1616-1633.

[11] Noroozi, A.H., Glinka, G., Lambert, S., Prediction of fatigue crack growth under constant amplitude loading and a single overload based on elasto-plastic crack tip stresses and strains, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 75 (2008) 188- 206.

[12] Peeker, E., Niemi, E., Fatigue crack propagation model based on a local strain approach, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 49 (1999) 139-155.

[13] Glinka, G., A notch stress-strain analysis approach to fatigue crack growth, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 21 (1985) 245-261.

[14] Hurley, P.J., Evans, W.J., A methodology for predicting fatigue crack propagation rates in titanium based on damage accumulation, Scripta Materialia, 56 (2007) 681-684.

[15] Neuber, H., Theory of stress concentration for shear-strained prismatic bodies with arbitrary nonlinear stress-strain law, Trans. ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics, 28 (1961) 544-551.

32 references, page 1 of 3
Abstract
A class of fatigue crack growth models based on elastic–plastic stress–strain histories at the crack tip region and local strain-life damage models have been proposed in literature. The fatigue crack growth is regarded as a process of continuous crack initializations over successive elementary material blocks, which may be governed by smooth strain-life damage data. Some approaches account for the residual stresses developing at the crack tip in the actual crack driving force assessment, allowing mean stresses and loading sequential effects to be modelled. An extension of the fatigue crack propagation model originally proposed by Noroozi et al. (2005) to derive ...
Subjects
mesheuropmc: mental disorders
free text keywords: Finite Element Modelling, Mechanical engineering and machinery, Fatigue, Crack propagation, TJ1-1570, Local approach, Probabilistic approach, Structural engineering (General), Fracture mechanics, TA630-695
Funded by
FCT| SFRH/BD/66497/2009
Project
SFRH/BD/66497/2009
ABORDAGEM PROBABILÍSTICA PARA MODELAÇÃO DO COMPORTAMENTO A FADIGA DE COMPONENTES ESTRUTURAIS
  • Funder: Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, I.P. (FCT)
  • Project Code: SFRH/BD/66497/2009
  • Funding stream: SFRH | Doutoramento
32 references, page 1 of 3

[1] Noroozi, A.H., Glinka, G., Lambert, S., A two parameter driving force for fatigue crack growth analysis, International Journal of Fatigue, 27 (2005)1277-1296.

[2] Schütz, W., A History of Fatigue, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 54 (1996) 263-300.

[3] Paris, P.C., Gomez, M., Anderson, W.E., A rational analytic theory of fatigue, Trend Engineering, 13 (1961) 9-14.

[4] Beden, S.M., Abdullah, S., Ariffin, A.K., Review of Fatigue Crack Propagation Models for Metallic Components, European Journal of Scientific Research, 28 (2009) 364-397.

[5] Coffin, L.F., A study of the effects of the cyclic thermal stresses on a ductile metal, Translations of the ASME, 76 (1954) 931-950.

[6] Manson, S.S., Behaviour of materials under conditions of thermal stress, NACA TN-2933, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, (1954).

[7] Morrow, J.D., Cyclic plastic strain energy and fatigue of metals, Int. Friction, Damping and Cyclic Plasticity, ASTM STP 378, (1965) 45-87.

[8] Smith, K.N., Watson, P., Topper, T.H., A Stress-Strain Function for the Fatigue of Metals, Journal of Materials, 5(4) (1970) 767-778.

[9] Shang, D.-G., Wang, D.-K., Li, M., Yao, W.-X., Local stress-strain field intensity approach to fatigue life prediction under random cyclic loading, International Journal of Fatigue, 23 (2001) 903-910.

[10] Noroozi, A.H., Glinka, G., Lambert, S., A study of the stress ratio effects on fatigue crack growth using the unified two-parameter fatigue crack growth driving force, International Journal of Fatigue, 29 (2007) 1616-1633.

[11] Noroozi, A.H., Glinka, G., Lambert, S., Prediction of fatigue crack growth under constant amplitude loading and a single overload based on elasto-plastic crack tip stresses and strains, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 75 (2008) 188- 206.

[12] Peeker, E., Niemi, E., Fatigue crack propagation model based on a local strain approach, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 49 (1999) 139-155.

[13] Glinka, G., A notch stress-strain analysis approach to fatigue crack growth, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 21 (1985) 245-261.

[14] Hurley, P.J., Evans, W.J., A methodology for predicting fatigue crack propagation rates in titanium based on damage accumulation, Scripta Materialia, 56 (2007) 681-684.

[15] Neuber, H., Theory of stress concentration for shear-strained prismatic bodies with arbitrary nonlinear stress-strain law, Trans. ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics, 28 (1961) 544-551.

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publication . Article . 2014

Modelling probabilistic fatigue crack propagation rates for a mild structural steel

Correia, J.A.F.O.; de Jesus, A.M.P.; Fernández-Canteli, A.;