Advances in Fracture and Failure Prevention

Volumes 261-263

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.261-263

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Authors: Ki Weon Kang, Jong Kweon Kim

Abstract: This paper presents the fatigue behavior of plain-weave E-glass/epoxy composites with impact-induced damage under constant and variable...

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Authors: Cheong Cheon Lee, Akira Shimamoto

Abstract: In this paper, the TiNi fiber reinforced / PC composite material was developed, and then control of the fatigue crack growth due to the...

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Authors: Yasuhiro Yamazaki, A. Ikada, M. Okazaki

Abstract: Titanium alloy matrix composites (TMCs) have received considerable interest as structural materials for aeronautical applications, because...

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Authors: Jian Liu, Xia Ting Feng, Xiu Li Ding, Huo Ming Zhou

Abstract: The time-dependent behavior of rock mass, which is generally governed by joints and shearing zones, is of great significance for engineering...

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Authors: Dong Hal Kim, W. Hwang, Hyun Chul Park, W.S. Park

Abstract: The objective of this work was to design Surface Antenna Structure (SAS) and investigate fatigue behavior of SAS that was asymmetric...

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Authors: Yu Sik Kong, Han Ki Yoon, Yi Hyun Park, Seon Jin Kim

Abstract: The high temperature creep behaviors of heat machine systems such as aircraft engines, boilers and turbines in power plants and nuclear...

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Authors: T. Li, Zhu Feng Yue

Abstract: The possibility of the life prediction model for nickel-base single crystal blades has been studied. The fatigue-creep (FC) and thermal...

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Authors: Seong Gu Hong, Soon Bok Lee

Abstract: Low cycle fatigue (LCF) tests were carried out in a wide temperature range (20°C-650°C)at strain rates of...

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Authors: Keum Oh Lee, Sam Son Yoon, Soon Bok Lee, Bum Shin Kim

Abstract: In recent, ferritic stainless steels are widely used in high temperature structure because of their high resistance in thermal fatigue...

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