Changes in the endurance of alloy D16AT after cyclic overloading
The variation in the endurance of alloy D16AT at various fatigue stages after cyclic overloading in air and in a 3% NaCl solution was studied. It was shown that the endurance after a small number of overloading cycles (6–18% of the total number of cycles to fracture N1) is reduced; it increases to a maximum after a large number of overloading cycles (18–50% N1, and then decreases again when the number of overloading cycles is further increased. Increasing the number of overloading cycles in a 3% NaCl solution leads to a gradual decrease in the endurance of the alloy studied.
KeywordsFatigue Gradual Decrease Alloy D16AT Fatigue Stage Cyclic Overload
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