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平滑試験片の引圧疲労における表面き裂の進展


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Title: 平滑試験片の引圧疲労における表面き裂の進展
Other Titles: Surface Crack Growth during Push-Pull Fatigue of Smooth Specimens
Authors: 今井, 康文 / 真武, 友一
Authors (alternative): Imai, Yasufumi / Matake, Tomokazu
Issue Date: 15-Oct-1983
Publisher: 日本材料学会 / The Society of Materials Science, Japan
Citation: 材料, 32(361), pp.1157-1161; 1983
Abstract: The shape of small surface cracks and their growth rate data are reported for the smooth axial specimens of annealed S40C steel subjected to alternating two-load level push-pull fatigue. Alternation of high and low load cycling caused different appearances on the fracture surface, from which the crack shape at each loading period can be determined. Surface cracks, after their surface length exceeding 0.2 mm, were approximately semi-elliptical and kept the ratio of the depth to half the surface length to be 0.7-0.9 during growth. The crack growth rate in the depth direction was well correlated down to 10^<-10>m/cycle with the stress intensity range ΔK. On the other hand, by using the strain-based intensity range ΔK_ε, the growth rate at both the elastic and the fully-plastic regions was well represented by a single relation. From the quantitative comparison between ΔJ, proposed by Dowling, and E(ΔK_ε)^2, it is shown that E(ΔK_ε)^2 gives a rough approximation of ΔJ and hence ΔK_ε may be used as a correlation parameter for fatigue crack growth even under fully-plastic conditions.
Keywords: 疲労 / 表面き裂 / き裂進展速度 / ひずみ拡大係数
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/24676
ISSN: 05145163
Rights: Copyright© 日本材料学会
Type: Journal Article
Text Version: publisher
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Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/24676

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