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Title: 両振り引圧疲労におけるき裂の発生と進展に及ぼす過大応力の影響
Other Titles: Influence of Overloads on Crack Initiation and Propagation under Push-Pull Fatigue
Authors: 今井, 康文 / 真武, 友一
Authors (alternative): Imai, Yasufumi / Matake, Tomokazu
Issue Date: 15-Jul-1982
Publisher: 日本材料学会 / The Society of Materials Science, Japan
Citation: 材料, 31(346), pp.680-684; 1982
Abstract: Alternating two-load level fatigue tests were performed using annealed S40C steel to investigate the influence of overloads on the fatigue damage in crack initiation and propagation stages. The base block consisted of axial reversed strain cycling Δε_p=1.1% as overloads and constant stress cycling σ_a=22 kgf/mm^2 as a baseline loading. Load levels were changed carefully so that no macroscopic residual strain could remain in the specimen. The load level at which the microcrack initiated in the first block determined the future crack growth behavior: In the case of large number of overloads in one block, microcracks initiated during overload cycling and the damage was cumulated linearly in the next base loading until cracks grew 0.1 mm at the specimen surfaces. On the other hand, in the case of small number of overloads, microcracks initiated during next base load cycling and grew at higher rate than the normal; 0.1 mm crack initiation life was reduced about 1/3 of the life for no overload and was about the same as that of the pre-strained materials. In the crack propagation stage, overloads caused crack growth retardation and a greater number of overloads resulted in a longer propagation life.
Keywords: 重複疲労 / 疲労き裂 / 直線被害則
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/24677
ISSN: 05145163
Rights: Copyright© 日本材料学会
Type: Journal Article
Text Version: publisher
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