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Fatigue of Materials. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 2128675
  • Book
  • 704 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Written by a leading researcher in the field, this revised and updated second edition of a highly successful book provides an authoritative, comprehensive and unified treatment of the mechanics and micromechanisms of fatigue in metals, non-metals and composites. The author discusses the principles of cyclic deformation, crack initiation and crack growth by fatigue, covering both microscopic and continuum aspects. The book begins with discussions of cyclic deformation and fatigue crack initiation in monocrystalline and polycrystalline ductile alloys as well as in brittle and semi-/non-crystalline solids. Total life and damage-tolerant approaches are then introduced in metals, non-metals and composites followed by more advanced topics. The book includes an extensive bibliography and a problem set for each chapter, together with worked-out example problems and case studies. This will be an important reference for anyone studying fracture and fatigue in materials science and engineering, mechanical, civil, nuclear and aerospace engineering, and biomechanics.
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1. Introduction and overview;

Part I - Cyclic Deformation and Fatigue Crack Initiation:
2. Cyclic deformation in ductile single crystals;
3. Cyclic deformation in polycrystalline ductile solids;
4. Fatigue crack initiation in ductile solids;
5. Cyclic deformation and crack initiation in brittle solids;
6. Cyclic deformation and crack initiation in noncrystalline solids;

Part II - Total-Life Approaches:
7. Stress-life approach;
8. Strain-life approach;

Part III - Damage-Tolerant Approach:
9. Fracture mechanics and its implications for fatigue;
10. Fatigue crack growth in ductile solids;
11. Fatigue crack growth in brittle solids;
12. Fatigue crack growth in noncrystalline solids;

Part IV - Advanced Topics:
13. Contact fatigue: sliding, rolling and fretting;
14. Retardation and transients in fatigue crack growth;
15. Small fatigue cracks;
16. Environmental interactions: corrosion-fatigue and creep-fatigue; Appendix; References; Indexes.
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S. Suresh Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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