Methods of Assessment of Thermal Striping Fatigue Damage
The phenomenon of high-cycle fatigue crack growth, caused by thermal striping on metallic components, is examined. A general outline of the mathematical models used for the assessment of thermal striping damage will be presented. Comparisons between all of these models and the finite element method will also be given for the calculation of stress intensity factors.
KeywordsStress Intensity Factor Power Spectral Density Stress Intensity Factor Crack Depth Circumferential Crack
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