Fatigue and Durability of Metals at High Temperatures
Chapter 8: Critique of Predictive Methods for Treatment of Time-Dependent Metal Fatigue at High Temperatures
This chapter provides a detailed review of creep-fatigue analysis techniques, including the 10% rule, strain-range partitioning, several variants of the frequency-modified life equation, damage assessment based on tensile hysteresis energy, the OCTF (oxidation, creep, and thermomechanical fatigue) damage model, and numerous methods that make use of creep-rupture, crack-growth, and void-growth data. It also discusses the use of continuum damage mechanics and includes examples demonstrating the accuracy of each method as well as the procedures involved.
Critique of Predictive Methods for Treatment of Time-Dependent Metal Fatigue at High Temperatures, Fatigue and Durability of Metals at High Temperatures, By S.S. Manson, G.R. Halford, ASM International, 2009, p 173–221, https://doi.org/10.31399/asm.tb.fdmht.t52060173
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