10 April 2007

Special issue: Fatigue design: loads, stress state, technological factors

International Journal of Materials and Product Technology 30(1/2/3) 2007 is a special issue: Fatigue design: loads, stress state, technological factors.

Article titles:
* A viewpoint on environmental contributions to fatigue crack growth
* Axial fatigue load effects on makeup of threaded connections
* A computational procedure for life assessment of UHP reciprocating seals with reference to fatigue and leakage
* Surface alteration induced by machining
* Residual stress analysis in cold-worked holes with interference bushing
* A theoretical model to study the stress state of non-homogeneous rotating disks
* 3D fatigue crack propagation analysis of a helicopter component
* Local strain energy approach applied to fatigue analysis of welded rectangular hollow section joints
* Dynamical overloading of lifting appliances submitted to vertical movements: use of one degree of freedom oscillating systems, equivalent to two degrees of freedom systems
* Fatigue damage assessment of a car body-in-white using a frequency-domain approach
* Design of a fatigue ski testing bench
* Experimental and numerical study of expandable threaded connections and proposal of a new design
* Dynamical overloading influence on duration of life evaluation of lifting appliances
* A theoretical model for general cross section wires stress state evaluation during non-linear bending

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