Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 33, Issue 3, pp 202–205 | Cite as

Analysis of fatigue curves for alloy 36NKhTYu in the quenched and annealed conditions

  • G. V. Seregin
Strength Properties
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Conclusion

The limiting cycle amplitude in alloys is determined by friction stress which hinders dislocation movement, and in the region of stresses satisfying the condition σm + σm ≤ σf it does not depend on the magnitude of the static component of the stress cycle.

Keywords

Fatigue Dislocation Movement Static Component Friction Stress Fatigue Curve 

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