By Dieter Radaj, Michael Vormwald
In 5 chapters, this quantity offers contemporary advancements in fatigue overview. within the first bankruptcy, a generalized Neuber thought of fictitious notch rounding is gifted the place the microstructural help elements depend upon the notch establishing perspective in addition to the loading mode. the second one bankruptcy specifies the notch tension issue together with the stress strength density and J-integral notion whereas the SED method is utilized to universal fillet welded joints and to thin-sheet lap welded joints within the 3rd bankruptcy. The forth bankruptcy analyses elastic-plastic deformations within the close to crack tip quarter and discusses motive force parameters. The final bankruptcy discusses thermomechanical fatigue, rigidity, and pressure ranges.
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The dependency of s on q and qÃ (besides 2a) is strong for small values of q, but weak for the plateau values. 38 Fig. 1 mm; tensile loaded V-notch with root hole; (Berto and Zappalorto 2011, unpublished) Fig. 2 Fictitious Notch Rounding for Tensile Loading 27 Fig. 4 compared with q = qf, Fig. 15. 2. The relative deviations D are sufficiently small. 8 Conclusions Based on accurate stress field solutions for blunt V-notches and V-notches with root hole under tensile loading, the microstructural support factor s is evaluated and plotted as a function of the real notch radius q for different notch opening angles 2a.
Slightly different expressions for (q ( b) are derived for the two-sided hyperbolic notch (Neuber 1985, pp. 9. 7 Keyhole Notch Subjected to In-Plane Shear Loading The stress field at the keyhole notch subjected to in-plane shear loading (Kullmer 1992; Radaj et al. 2001) has been derived using the Airy stress function method. The stress function is described by a six-term power series of the radial distance r combined with first and second order cyclic functions of the angle h, Fig. 29. The boundary conditions enforce load-free edges of the hole (r = q) and of the slit (h = ±p).
0 for qÃ ? 0 or q ? (confirmed by the curve for 2a = 0° in Fig. 17). An ambiguity (not a contradiction) in the values of s reported by Neuber for out-of-plane shear loading should be mentioned. 0 is recommended for structural design, considering structural notches with finite notch radius (Neuber 1968). 5 results from Eq. 42) with q = 0 and qÃ ( t. 87. Once more, the tendency of enlarged values of s for increasing values of q is found. Another comparison value of s can be obtained from the solution for the out-ofplane shear-loaded keyhole notch (Kullmer 1992; Radaj et al.