Metal Plasticity and Fatigue at High Temperature

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May 2020
220 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03928-770-3 (Paperback)
  • ISBN978-3-03928-771-0 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Metal Plasticity and Fatigue at High Temperature that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
In several industrial fields (such as automotive, steelmaking, aerospace, and fire protection systems) metals need to withstand a combination of cyclic loadings and high temperatures. In this condition, they usually exhibit an amount—more or less pronounced—of plastic deformation, often accompanied by creep or stress-relaxation phenomena. Plastic deformation under the action of cyclic loadings may cause fatigue cracks to appear, eventually leading to failures after a few cycles. In estimating the material strength under such loading conditions, the high-temperature material behavior needs to be considered against cyclic loading and creep, the experimental strength to isothermal/non-isothermal cyclic loadings and, not least of all, the choice and experimental calibration of numerical material models and the selection of the most comprehensive design approach. This book is a series of recent scientific contributions addressing several topics in the field of experimental characterization and physical-based modeling of material behavior and design methods against high-temperature loadings, with emphasis on the correlation between microstructure and strength. Several material types are considered, from stainless steel, aluminum alloys, Ni-based superalloys, spheroidal graphite iron, and copper alloys. The quality of scientific contributions in this book can assist scholars and scientists with their research in the field of metal plasticity, creep, and low-cycle fatigue.
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creep fatigue; pure fatigue; economy; engineering design; aluminum cast; fatigue strength; defects; hardness; tensile tests; elevated temperature; stainless steel; environmentally-assisted cracking; creep; transient effects; Sanicro 25; high temperature steels; thermal–mechanical fatigue; probabilistic design; constitutive models; fatigue criterion; experimental set-ups; LCF; René80; Probabilistic modeling; slip system-based shear stresses; probabilistic Schmid factors; polycrystalline FEA; anisotropy; Ni-base superalloy; aluminum-silicon cylinder head; lost foam; pore accumulation; pore distribution; thermomechanical fatigue; X-ray micro computer tomography; cyclic plasticity; kinematic model; isotropic model; hardening/softening; thermo-mechanical fatigue; spheroidal cast iron; partial constraint; crack growth models; crack-tip cyclic plasticity; crack-tip blunting and sharpening; stress relaxation aging behavior; pre-strain; initial stress levels; temperature; constitutive modelling; AA7150-T7751; flow stress; activation volume; strain rate; temperature; bcc; n/a