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Title :単一過大荷重を受ける疲労き裂の伝ぱ挙動に及ぼす負の応力比の影響について
Title alternative :Effect of Negative Stress Ratio on Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior after Single Tensile Overload
Authors :宮﨑, 達二郎
Purnowidodo, Anindito
真壁, 朝敏
Authors alternative :Miyazaki, Tatsujiro
Purnowidodo, Anindito
Makabe, Chobin
Issue Date :25-Dec-2004
Abstract :It is well known that a single tensile overload applied during constant amplitude cycling at a positive stress ratio causes the crack growth retardation. In a case of a negative stress ratio R, however, the fatigue crack growth rate actually accelerated after a tensile overload. This crack propagation behavior is related to the local bulging of specimen thickness, the blunting behavior of crack tips and the residual stress distributions. When the crack tips were blunted during tensile overload and the succeeding compression stress with a high value was applied after the overload, the crack propagation rate got higher level than that before the overload application. In this case, a tensile residual stress was created in front of the crack. To investigate the effect of the negative stress ratio on the fatigue crack propagation, the fatigue tests under R=0, -1 and -1.5 applying the single tensile overload were performed using annealed 0.15% carbon steels. In the present study, a residual life after an overloading was specially investigated, and it was found that the transition phenomenon of the residual life was appeared in the case of the negative stress ratio.
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
ISSN :03875008
Publisher :日本機械学会
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/138
Citation :日本機械学会論文集. A編 = Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. A Vol.70 no.700 p.51 -58
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