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We investigate the use of cohesive theories of fracture,in conjunction with the explicit resolution of the near-tip plastic fields and the enforcement of closure as a contact constraint,for the purpose of fatigue-life prediction.An important characteristic of the cohesive laws considered here is that they exhibit unloading-reloading hysteresis.Yang - Harvard UniversityRigid-Plastic Strip Model As a .first ~tep beyond the purely elastic treatment of crack problems,a model ~s cons~dered which introduces into the analysis some features of the ~l~tic yielding at the crack tip,but at the same time presents a suff~c~~ntly simple mathematical problem so that a complete analysis may be carr~ed out.The model USING THE MODIFIED STRIP YIELD MODEL FOR CRACKthe crack growth rate,especially in metallic materials.To predict the crack growth,several models were introduced in the past,primarily using the deterministic approach.15 Among these models,the Strip Yield Model (SYM) is widely used currently because other models require spe-cific routines for a determination of the material charac-

The results from strip yield approach of the FASTRAN type models of plasticity induced crack closure effects of fatigue cracks subjected to variable amplitude loadings are presented.The strip yield results are compared with authors finite element (FE) and experimental results.It has been observed that the strip yield model is seen to be fundamentally limited by choice of Strip yield model application for thermal cyclic loading Nov 01,2012 PDF Application of the Strip Yield Model to Crack Growth#0183;For a growing crack,the application of the strip yield model supplies realistic estimates of CTOD in the case of isothermal loading.An attempt to extend the strip yield model for application in the case of thermo-mechanical loading is presented in this paper.This requires,however,allowing the yield stresses to be location and time Strip Yield Model Numerical Application to Different A new numerical method based on the strip yield analysis approach was developed for calculating the Crack Tip Opening Displacement (CTOD).This approach can be applied to any crack geometry,of either infinite or finite extent,with arbitrary applied loading conditions.

A mathematical model for fatigue crack growth under arbitrarily varying cyclic loads based on the inclined-strip-yield superdislocation representation of crack tip plasticity was initiated in previous work.The results showed promise,but also exhibited some deficiencies.Steps to improve the general model using a heuristic model (in which the superdislocation pairs representing the residual Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345NextApplication of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth Sep 01,2011 PDF Application of the Strip Yield Model to Crack Growth#0183;In previous work,fatigue-crack-growth tests were conducted on middle-crack tension,M(T),and compact,C(T),specimens made from the same D16Cz (clad) aluminum alloy sheet.These tests were conducted over a wide range of stress ratios (R = P min /P max = 0.5 to 0.75) to generate crack-growth-rate data from threshold to near fracture.These tests were used to generate theSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.

Simulation of near-tip crack behaviour and its .correlation to fatigue crack growth with a modified strip-yield model .Lei Wang,Yongkang Chen,William Tiu and Yigeng Xu* School of Aerospace,Automotive and Design Engineering,University of Hertfordshire,College Lane,Hatfiel Herts,AL10 9AB,UK Fax +44-1707-285086 E-mail [email protected]Simulation of near-tip crack behaviour and its correlation Simulation of near-tip crack behaviour and its .correlation to fatigue crack growth with a modified strip-yield model .Lei Wang,Yongkang Chen,William Tiu and Yigeng Xu* School of Aerospace,Automotive and Design Engineering,University of Hertfordshire,College Lane,Hatfiel Herts,AL10 9AB,UK Fax +44-1707-285086 E-mail [email protected]Overload Effects During Fatigue Crack Growth inFig.3 Criterion for crack growth acceleration (a) and schematic sequence of crack growth calculation with the extended strip yield model (b) In Eq.(5) the values a 1 and a 2 are the crack lengths when the rst resp.the second overload are applied.Furthermore, max1 and

NASGRO automatically performs crack transitioning from one crack model to another as the crack reaches geometry boundaries.Several different failure criteria are available,including toughness,net section yield,plastic limit load,the Failure Assessment Diagram,residual strength,HCF threshold,and environmental cracking threshold.NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)Aug 19,2013 PDF Application of the Strip Yield Model to Crack Growth#0183;Five new crack-growth models,viz.,generalized Willenborg,modified generalized Willenborg,constant closure model,Walker-Chang model and the deKoning-Newman strip-yield model,have been implemented.To facilitate easier input of geometry,material properties and load spectra,a Windows-style graphical user interface has been developed.Improvement of Fatigue Crack Growth Simulation Based on The authors develop the numerical simulation model of fatigue crack growth by considering the strain hardening effect of materials using the modified strip yield model.Numerical simulations of fatigue crack growth under many types of loading are performed to investigate the validity of our new proposed model.

Evaluation of Strip-Yield Retardation Model for Predicting Fatigue Crack Growth under Aircraft Spectrum Loading .C.Matiasa(*) and E.Katzava a - Department of Fatigue and Damage Tolerance,Engineering Development Group,Israel Aerospace Industries,Ben Gurion International Airport,70100,Israel (*) - [email protected]DOT/FAA/AR-07/49 Analyses of Fatigue Crack Growth test data on selected propeller and rotorcraft materials to develop the effective stress-intensity factor range against crack growth rate relationship for use in damage tolerance analyses.The resulting relationships can then be used in the strip-yield model in NASGRO (Stripy),AFGROW,or used to generate the stress-intensity factor range (Cited by 9Publish Year 2012Author Teresa Schlitzer,Michael Vormwald,J PDF Application of the Strip Yield Model to Crack Growth#252;rgen RudolphApplication of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth Sep 01,2011 PDF Application of the Strip Yield Model to Crack Growth#0183;Ziegler B,Yamada Y,Newman Jr JC.Application of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth under variable-amplitude and spectrum loading Part 2 middle-crack-tension specimens.Engng Fract Mech [this volume].

[13] M.Skorupa,T.Machniewicz,Application of the strip yield model to crack growth predictions for structural steel,Archive of Mechanical Engineering,57 (2010) 5-20.DOI 10.2478/v10180-010-0001-3Author Tomasz Machniewicz,Magorzata Skorupa,Adam KorbelPublish Year 2016Application of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth Request PDF Application of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth under variable-amplitude and spectrum loading Part 2 Middle-crack-tension specimens In previous work,fatigue-crack Application of the strip-yield model from the NASGRO Feb 01,2007 PDF Application of the Strip Yield Model to Crack Growth#0183;The VCL model utilizes a constraint factor concept postulated by Ten Hoeve and de Koning .Based on elastic-plastic finite-element analysis results,the constraint factor within the tensile plastic zone is assumed to decay from an tip value at the crack tip to a plane stress value of 1.15 at the plastic zone boundary,as shown in Fig.2,where r p is the tensile plastic zone size.

Jan 01,2010 PDF Application of the Strip Yield Model to Crack Growth#0183;Application of the Strip Yield Model to Crack Growth Predictions for Structural Steel Application of the Strip Yield Model to Crack Growth Predictions for Structural Steel Skorupa,Magorzata; Machniewicz,Tomasz 2010-01-01 00:00:00 T H E VOL.LVII A R C H I V E O F M E C H A N I C A L 2010 E N G I N E E R I N G Number 1 10.2478/v10180-010-0001-3 Key words Fatigue crack growthApplication of an inclined-strip-yield crack tip A mathematical model for fatigue crack growth under arbitrarily varying cyclic loads based on the inclined-strip-yield superdislocation representation of crack tip plasticity was initiated in previous work.The results showed promise,but also exhibited some deficiencies.Steps to improve the general model using a heuristic model (in which the superdislocation pairs representing the residual Application of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth The life-prediction code,FASTRAN,which is based on the strip-yield model concept,was used to calculate crack-length-against-cycles under CA loading and a single-spike overload (OL) test,and to predict crack growth under simulated aircraft spectrum loading tests on C(T)specimens.The calculated crack-growth lives under CA loading were

The life-prediction code,FASTRAN,which is based on the strip-yield model concept,was used to calculate crack-length-against-cycles under CA loading and a single-spike overload (OL) test,and to predict crack growth under simulated aircraft spectrum loading tests on C(T)specimens.Application of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth The life-prediction code,FASTRAN,which is based on the strip-yield model concept,was used to calculate crack-length-against-cycles under CA loading and a single-spike overload (OL) test,and to predict crack growth under simulated aircraft spectrum loading tests on C(T) specimens.Application of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth Sep 01,2011 PDF Application of the Strip Yield Model to Crack Growth#0183;1.Introduction.In 2004,Schijve et al.presented the results of various fatigue-crack-growth-rate tests on the aluminum alloy D16Cz (clad) sheet,which was considered to have crack-growth properties similar to the 2024-T3 alloy.Later,these test results were compared to calculations made with the NASGRO life-prediction code by Skorupa et al..In the NASGRO calculations,the strip-yield

In previous work,fatigue-crack-growth tests were conducted on middle-crack tension,M(T),and compact,C(T),specimens made from the same D16Cz (clad) aluminum alloy sheet.These tests were conducted over a wide range of stress ratios (R = Pmin/Pmax = -0.5 to 0.75) to generate crack-growth-rate data from threshold to near fracture.These tests were used to generate the effective stress Application of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth Application of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth under variable-amplitude and spectrum loading Part 1 Compact specimens By Y.Yamada,B.Ziegler,Y.Application of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth Application of a strip-yield model to predict crack growth under variable-amplitude and spectrum loading Part 1 Compact specimens By Y.Yamada,B.Ziegler,Y.

Crack growth retardation following the application of an overload cycle using a strip-yield model Author Codrington,J.Kotooussov,A.Citation Engineering Fracture Mechanics,2009; 76(11):1667-1682 Publisher Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd Issue Date 2009 ISSN 0013-7944 Statement of Responsibility John Codrington and Andrei Kotousov APPLICATION OF THE STRIP-YIELD CRACK CLOSURE MODELapplication of the strip-yield crack closure model to crack growth predictions for structural steel By M.SKORUPA,T.MACHNIEWICZ,A.SKORUPA,S.BERETTA and M.CARBONI Year 2005APPLICATION OF THE STRIP-YIELD CRACK CLOSURE MODELapplication of the strip-yield crack closure model to crack growth predictions for structural steel By M.SKORUPA,T.MACHNIEWICZ,A.SKORUPA,S.BERETTA and M.CARBONI Year 2005

The basic equations for the representation of crack tip plasticity by an inclined strip yield superdislocation model are derived.The results are put into a form suitable for the analysis of fatigue and other stable crack growth processes.Specialization of the general results for small-scale yielding under a fixed load is also given.The crack tip crack-opening displacement obtained for this A model to quantify fatigue crack growth by cyclicfor fatigue crack growth (FCG) is the basis for strip-yield models widely used to predict fatigue lives under variable amplitude loads,although it does not explain all load sequence effects observed in practice.To verify if these models are indeed intrinsically better,the mechanics of a typical strip-yieldA COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH TO DUCTILE CRACKis extensive crack growth.At a fixed level of crack tip constraint,there are sound arguments which can be used to justify an approach to analyzing crack growth and stability using crack resistance data based on the J-integral,as long as the amount of crack growth is sufficiently small.

PDF Elber found in the early 70s that fatigue cracks can close under tensile loads,and assumed that fatigue crack growth (FCG) would be controlled Find,read and cite all the research (PDF) Application of the strip-yield crack closure model Fatigue crack growth,the methodology of estimating crack closure from compliance records,and calibrating a strip yield type model for crack growth predictions using constraint factors are (PDF) Application of a Multi-Parameter Yield Zone Model PDF On Jan 1,1999,Alberto Mello and others published Application of a Multi-Parameter Yield Zone Model for Crack Growth Predictions Find,read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate

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