Assessment of fatigue damage by the shift of cyclic deformation phases
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The paper presents materials reported at the XIIth International Colloquium on Mechanical Fatigue of Metals on March 12, 1994 in Miskolc. The validity of using high-cycle fatigue fracture strain criteria based on inelastic cyclic deformations of metals is analyzed, and some considerations concerning their refinement are discussed. Also a new method for the evaluation of metal inelasticity with higher resolution is considered.
KeywordsFatigue High Resolution Fatigue Fracture Fatigue Damage Strain Criterion
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