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Chemical and Petroleum Engineering

, Volume 53, Issue 5–6, pp 340–346 | Cite as

Method for Determining Fatigue Limit Taking Into Account the Effect of a Surface Layer

  • A. M. ShchipachevEmail author
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND CORROSION PROTECTION
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A method is proposed for determining the fatigue limit of metallic material components based on measuring hardness, production residual stresses, surface roughness, and some other parameters. A dependence is given for fatigue limit on surface layer quality parameters. Application of the method is demonstrated on the example of steels 30KhGSNA, U8, titanium alloy VT3-1, and aluminum alloy D16 after different treatment.

Keywords

fatigue limit hardness residual stresses roughness modified surface layers 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ufa State Petroleum Technical UniversityUfaRussia

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