The authors study residual stresses in and cyclic strength of shaft with overlapping zones formed during roller burnishing. The most significant decrease in fatigue strength is shown to occur in the presence of an overlapping zone with the areas arising due to a lowered roller burnishing pressure in the second pass.
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Belozerov, V.V., Makhatilova, A.I. & Subbotina, V.V. Cyclic strength of parts with overlapping zones formed by roller burnishing. Strength Mater 38, 324–327 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11223-006-0046-1
- residual stresses
- cyclic strength of shafts
- overlapping zones