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The relationship between fatigue limit ultimate tensile strength and the load bearing area is discussed. 1. Introduction Sintered low alloyed steels are outstandingly important for precision parts in the automotive industry esp. for engines and transmissions. These applications of sintered steels are frequently high cycle fatigue applications.

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Jan 10 2018 · When considering the areas of the casting pore range from 290 to 2800 µm 2 the mean value is 1545 µm 2 where the equivalent size of casting pore is about 39.3 µm the fatigue crack √ a r e a a r e a can be about 134.3 µm and fatigue limit of the casting specimens calculated by Equation (2) is about 226 MPa which agrees well with the

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With respect to the probabilities for the pores of various sizes and locations to initiate a fatigue crack a statistical model was developed to establish the relationship between the porosity population and the resultant scatter in fatigue life. The modeling predictions are in agreement with the experimental results.

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High cycle fatigue results with different porosity conditions and the fraction of fatigue crack initiation sites of the both AM60B alloys Internal pore (IP) surface pore (SP) other factors are

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The effect of maximum pore size has a significant influence on the fatigue life that increased by at least a factor of two if the fatigue crack nucleating pore size decreased from 110 mm to 80 mm. Another conclusion is that at low maximum crack tip driving forces (K max < 2.3 MPaHm) the fatigue crack propagated primarily through the a-Mg

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Feb 12 2013 · Typical fatigue curves • S-N curve is concerned chiefly with fatigue failure at high numbers of cycles (N > 105 cycles) high cycle fatigue (HCF). • N < 104 or 105 cycles low cycle fatigue (LCF). • N increases with decreasing stress level. • Fatigue limit or endurance limit is normally defined at 107 or 108 cycles.

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Another major parameter of pore structurepore size distribution will have a major impact on strength the relationship between pore structure and tensile strength is for most models of cement paste without the consideration of aggregate and the application of the

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The relationship between stress amplitude and number of cycles to failure for the 316L weldment is shown in Figure 4. Obviously the fatigue failure occurred in the very high cycle regime the plateau region between in convention fatigue was not observed in this research. In the high cycle

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porosity. A correlation was made between the sample fatigue life and the distribution of the pores and Fe-rich needle-like phases which initiated the fatigue crack. It was shown that fatigue life decreases as the surface pore size increases and that the crack initiation site contains multiple pores or consists of a spongy structure.

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j corresponding to each measured pore size ﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ area p maxj is calculated by Eq. (2). If the defect size distribution is a good ﬁt with the Gumbel distribution the relationship between the reduced variable y j and the defect size ﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ area p maxj will be linear. Nomenclature a DV Dang Van

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distribution. Third when the main fatigue damage mechanisms have been identified the relation between the microstructural heterogeneities characteristics (size shape ) and the fatigue strength levels must be estimated. The Kitagawa diagram is for instance largely used in fatigue to relate the fatigue strength to the defect size.

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Fig. 7 Correlation between Pore Diameter and Mechanical Strength Fig. 8 Schematic Drawing of Internal Bonding Tester the porosity becomes lower. 3.2 Fatigue Life First according to the measurement method of section 2.3 the fatigue life due to both compression force and shear force was measured. The measurement results are shown in Table 5

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The ability of the size effect law and critical distance theories to predict the nominal strength of notched and open hole specimens is analyzed in the present paper. The results obtained with these methods are compared with the solution of the problem computed taking into account the material cohesive law.

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Fig. 7 Correlation between Pore Diameter and Mechanical Strength Fig. 8 Schematic Drawing of Internal Bonding Tester the porosity becomes lower. 3.2 Fatigue Life First according to the measurement method of section 2.3 the fatigue life due to both compression force and shear force was measured. The measurement results are shown in Table 5

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j corresponding to each measured pore size ﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ area p maxj is calculated by Eq. (2). If the defect size distribution is a good ﬁt with the Gumbel distribution the relationship between the reduced variable y j and the defect size ﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ area p maxj will be linear. Nomenclature a DV Dang Van

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Feb 12 2013 · Typical fatigue curves • S-N curve is concerned chiefly with fatigue failure at high numbers of cycles (N > 105 cycles) high cycle fatigue (HCF). • N < 104 or 105 cycles low cycle fatigue (LCF). • N increases with decreasing stress level. • Fatigue limit or endurance limit is normally defined at 107 or 108 cycles.

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Mar 16 2016 · Nonetheless the high-cycle fatigue life of Ti-6Al-4V samples manufactured by SEBM has been shown to be greatly improved following a HIP cycle. 14 15 High-cycle fatigue is generally dominated by the number of cycles required to initiate a crack so the removal of ready crack initiation sites is the primary reason behind the increase in fatigue

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For high-density sintered steels isolated pores are dominant which act as stress concentrators the degree of the local strain increases depending on pore geometry distance between the pores and local stress directions and their interactions with matrix microstructures surrounding

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Integrating the relationship between the initial pore size and the fatigue life can be written as follows where is the crack length while and are material parameters. and are the alternating stress magnitude the yield stress and the maximum strain respectively.

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The relationship between fatigue limit ultimate tensile strength and the load bearing area is discussed. 1. Introduction Sintered low alloyed steels are outstandingly important for precision parts in the automotive industry esp. for engines and transmissions. These applications of sintered steels are frequently high cycle fatigue applications.

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Mar 16 2016 · Nonetheless the high-cycle fatigue life of Ti-6Al-4V samples manufactured by SEBM has been shown to be greatly improved following a HIP cycle. 14 15 High-cycle fatigue is generally dominated by the number of cycles required to initiate a crack so the removal of ready crack initiation sites is the primary reason behind the increase in fatigue

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Such a relationship can be expressed asDK TH ¼ 16 3 À 0 016Hvð4ÞUsing the threshold condition for fatigue crack growth from the pore like the one illustrated in Fig. 3 the fatigue limit for a given size of pore or de-bonded spherical inclusion corresponding to different Hv can be determined.

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The relationship between fatigue limit ultimate tensile strength and the load bearing area is discussed. 1. Introduction Sintered low alloyed steels are outstandingly important for precision parts in the automotive industry esp. for engines and transmissions. These applications of sintered steels are frequently high cycle fatigue applications.

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Therefore it is desirable to investigate relationship between 3D characterization of porosities and fatigue properties. In this study 3D characteristics of porosities in fatigue specimens from ADC12 HPDCs were investigated by using X-ray tomography technology and then high cycle fatigue test was conducted. The effect of the porosities on the

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With respect to the probabilities for the pores of various sizes and locations to initiate a fatigue crack a statistical model was developed to establish the relationship between the porosity population and the resultant scatter in fatigue life. The modeling predictions are in agreement with the experimental results.

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Jan 10 2018 · When considering the areas of the casting pore range from 290 to 2800 µm 2 the mean value is 1545 µm 2 where the equivalent size of casting pore is about 39.3 µm the fatigue crack √ a r e a a r e a can be about 134.3 µm and fatigue limit of the casting specimens calculated by Equation (2) is about 226 MPa which agrees well with the

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Jan 10 2018 · When considering the areas of the casting pore range from 290 to 2800 µm 2 the mean value is 1545 µm 2 where the equivalent size of casting pore is about 39.3 µm the fatigue crack √ a r e a a r e a can be about 134.3 µm and fatigue limit of the casting specimens calculated by Equation (2) is about 226 MPa which agrees well with the

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Large amount of scatter is evident in the fatigue data marked by the difference between the upper and lower bound lines. It is also clear from Table VIII that similar values of applied stress (250 MPa) resulted in wide variation in fatigue lives due to variation in defect size as well as surface proximity of the defects for each specimen.

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size of pore or de-bonded spherical inclusion corresponding to dif- Predicted relationship between fatigue limit and hardness for three different. Bathias C. Very high cycle fatigue

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