Effect of stress ratio on the rate of growth of fatigue cracks in 1100 Al-alloy

1990-1
Bilir, Ömer.G.
Harun, Metin
Axial load fatigue crack propagation tests were conducted on notched sheet specimens made of 1100 aluminum alloy. These tests were made at stress ratios (ratio of the minimum stress to the maximum stress) ranging from −0.5 to 0.5 in order to study the effects of stress ratio on fatigue crack growth. Experimental fatigue crack propagation data were analysed using Paris-Erdoǧan stress intensity analysis. The data from the tests at different stress ratios showed that two regions, namely, region I and region II were present.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics

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Ö. G. Bilir and M. Harun, “Effect of stress ratio on the rate of growth of fatigue cracks in 1100 Al-alloy,” Engineering Fracture Mechanics, pp. 1203–1206, 1990, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/51425.