Fatigue des matériaux et des structures
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An engineering method for estimating notch size effect in fatigue tests on steel

Kuhn.P and Hardraht.H.F;”An engineering method for estimating notch size effect in fatigue tests on steel”, NASA, Technical Note, No 2805. (1952).

Applicability of approximate KI solutions towards cracks at weld toes

[|3 Skorupa M., Braam H. and Prij J., "Applicability of approximate KI solutions towards cracks at weld toes", Eng. fract. Mech. 26, pp. 669-681, (1987).

Calcul des pièces à la fatigue. Méthode du gradient

Brand, A. and Sutterlin, R. (1980) Calcul des pièces à la fatigue. Méthode du gradient, CETIM, France.

Committee, Research on Fatigue Design and Quality of Welded Parts in Offshore Structures Shipbld

[6] Machida.R., SR202 Committee, Research on Fatigue Design and Quality of Welded Parts in Offshore Structures Shipbld. Research Assoc. Japan. N°. 395, (1991).

Design of steel structures

[8] Eurocode 3 “Design of steel structures" and National Application Document - Part 1-1: General rules and rules for buildings - Chapter 9: Fatigue, (1992).

Effect of notch parameters and stress concentration on the fatigue strength of steel

Switech.W,"Effect of notch parameters and stress concentration on the fatigue strength of steel", (in german), Ifl, Mitt. N° 11, (1967).

Fatigue Strength of Welded Structures

[2] Richards K.G., "Fatigue Strength of Welded Structures", The Welding Institute (1969).

Fracture and Fatigue emanating from stress concentrators

G Pluvinage -“Fracture and Fatigue emanating from stress concentrators”; Editeur Kluwer, (2003).

Geometrical effects in fatigue: a unifying theoretical model

Taylor D. “Geometrical effects in fatigue: a unifying theoretical model” International Journal of Fatigue, Vol. 21, 1999, pp 413-420.

Guidance on methods for assessing the acceptability of flaws in fusion welded structures

[7] BSI Standard ”Guidance on methods for assessing the acceptability of flaws in fusion welded structures” PD 6493, (1991).

Improvement of the Fatigue Strength of Fillet Welded Joints in 780 N/mm2 High Strength Steel

[4] Ikeda K., Denon S., Godai T. and Ogawa T., "Improvement of the Fatigue Strength of Fillet Welded Joints in 780 N/mm2 High Strength Steel", Welding Research International, 8, N°.1 (1978).

Metal Fatigue

Peterson.R.E, ”Notch sensitivity”, in G. Sines and J. L. Waissman (eds.), Metal Fatigue, McGraw Hill, New York, pp 293-306, (1959).

Recommendations for fatigue design of welded joins and components.

[9] Recommendations for fatigue design of welded joins and components.- ISO Standard Proposal.- IIW document XIII-1539-96/XV-845-96. (1996).

Statistical Analysis on Fatigue Strength of Arc-Welded Joints Using Covered Electrodes Under Various Welding Conditions With Particular Attention to toe Shape

[1] Nihei M., Sasaki E., Kanad M. and Inagaki M., "Statistical Analysis on Fatigue Strength of Arc-Welded Joints Using Covered Electrodes Under Various Welding Conditions With Particular Attention to toe Shape", Transactions of National Research Institute for Metals, 23, N°. 1, (1981).

The weld profile effect on stress intensity factor in weldments

[5] Niu X. and Glinka G., "The weld profile effect on stress intensity factor in weldments", Int. J. Fracture, 35, pp. 3-20, (1987).

Theoretical determination of fatigue strength and stress concentration

Neuber. H, ”Theoretical determination of fatigue strength and stress concentration”, Air Force Material Laboratory, Report AFML-TR-68-20, (1968).

Untersuchung ueber die Dauershwingfestigkeit metallischer Bauteile bei Raum Temperatur

Stieler. M,"Untersuchung ueber die Dauershwingfestigkeit metallischer Bauteile bei Raum Temperatur", Dissertation Techn. Hoschule, Stuttgart, (1954).

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