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Measurement of strain caused by residual stresses in a welded joint using neutron diffraction
Nenad Gubeljak, Jelena Vojvodič-Tuma, Hans-Georg Preismeyer, 1999, original scientific article

Abstract: The distribution and amount of residual stresses can significantly contrubute to the fatigue fracture behaviour of welded joints in structures. Interior residual stresses, which interact with the plane strain state, are more dangerous than residual stresses at the surface of the welded joint. If the surface of the welded joint is mechanically treated (e.g. shapering), then significant differences between the stress stated at the surface and within the volume occur. Hence, different non-destructive methods (e.g. gamma radiation, neutron diffraction) have been developed to determine strains caused by residual stresses in the volume of polycrystalline materials. However, the measurement of strains caused by residual stresses becomes difficult for large samples. In this paper the measurement procedure on a sample taken from the weld joint is presented and the effecet of residual stresses on fatigue crack propagation is assessed for low and high cycle loading fatigue.
Keywords: zaostale napetosti, zvarni spoj, neutronski lom žarkov, utrujenostno širjenje razpoke, neutron diffraction method, residual stresses, fatigue crack propagation, weld joint
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 466; Downloads: 10
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Probability function of fatigue crack growth in case of material overloading
Nenad Gubeljak, Janko Legat, 1998, original scientific article

Abstract: Studies of structural components under a fatigue environment including overloads are rather interesting in engineering practice today. One important task is to determine the probability distribution function in consideration of two failure modes by a selected fatigue load and overload level. The probability density function permits to evaluate of overloading under fatigue environment on the residual life or to predict the failure of a component. The fatigue crack propagation in case of overloading can be modeled by the Markov's process. The obtained probability functions describe the probability of retarded crack growth propagation as a consequence of the overload cycle.
Keywords: utrujenostno širjenje razpoke, verjetnostna funkcija, Markov proces, fatigue crack propagation, probability function, Markov's process
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 712; Downloads: 22
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