19th Canadian Fracture Conference, Ottawa, Ontario, May 29-31, 1989
High Temperature Fatigue.- Micro-Mechanical Influences on the Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior of Nickel Base Superalloys.- Microstructures and Crack Opening in a Nickel-Base Superalloy Deformed by In-Situ Tensile Tests.- Mechanical Behavior Modeling of a Nickel Base Single-Crystal Superalloy.- The Cyclic Deformation of Pwa 1480 Single Crystals as a Function of Temperature, Strain Rate and Orientation.- Anisotropic Mechanical Behavior Modeling of a Nickel-Base Single Crystal Superalloy.- The Mechanical Processes of Thermal Fatigue Degradation in in-100 Superalloy.- Inclusion of DSA Modeling Capability in Unified Viscoplasticity Theories, with Application to Inconel 718 AT 1100 F.- Cyclic Deformation And Life Prediction Using Damage Mechanics.- Non-Linear Structural Modeling: Interactions Between Physical Mechanisms and Continuum Theories.- Fatigue Characteristics of Sicp-Metal Matrix Composite.- On Constitutive Relationships for Fatigue Crack Growth.- Effect of Microstructure on the Short Crack Growth in A1-2024-UA AND 117A1-8090-UA.- Cyclic Plastic Instability in Pure Aluminum and Aluminum Alloy 7075 T6:Eeffects of Temperature, Strain Rate, and Waveform.- Processing Defects and The Fracture of Ceramics and Designed Ceramic/Ceramic Composites.- Indentation Creep In Semi-Brittle Materials.- On The Fracture Bahavior of Rock Salt.- An Examination of Constitutive Laws by High Temperature Creep of Engineering Materials.- A Creep Constitutive Equation of a Single Crystal Nickel-Based Superalloy Under Uniaxial Loading.- A Creep Constitutive Model of Dislocation Thermal Activation.- Determining a Constitutive Equation for Creep of a Wood's Metal Model Material.- Dislocation crack-tip interaction influence on Subcritical crack growth.- The Effect of Quenching Procedures on Microstructures and Toughness of Tempered 4cr5mosivl (AISI H13) Steel.- Fracture Toughness Modeling for Materials with Complex Microstructure.- Thermal Activation and Brittle Failure of Structural Steels.- The Use of Elastic-Plastic Stress Fields to Describe Mixed Mode I/II Brittle Fracture In Steel.- Microstructure and Fracture Characteristic of Aluminium - Zinc - Titanium Alloys.- Three-Dimensional Aspects of the Fracture Process Zone and Caustics.- On The Behavior and the Modelization of an Austenitic Stainless Steel 17-12 Mo-SPH at Intermediate Temperature Description of Dislocation-Point Defect Interactions.- Applications of a Theory of Mobile Dislocation Density to the Study of Rate-Sensitive Deformation.- Thermodynamically Consistent Constitutive Laws in Plasticity Including Damage.- Comments On Modeling Plastic Deformation of Low Carbon Steel.- Modeling of Plastic Deformation of Metals at Medium and High Strain Rates with two Internal State Variables.- Application of Continuum Slip Approaches to Vtscoplasticity.- Constitutive Laws Pertaining to Electroplasticity in Metals.- Plastic Deformation and Fracture of Continuously Cast 5083 Aluminum Alloy Ingot.- Modelling the Influence of Microstructural Inhomogeneity on High Temperature Deformation and Fracture.- Constitutive Equations for Strength and Failure at Elevated Temperatures and Strain Rates in Austenitic Stainless Steels.- Modeling of Flow Behavior of the Nickel Base Superalloy NK17CDAT at Isothermal Forging Conditions.- Constitutive Law for Calculating Plastic Deformations During CZ Silicon Crystal Growth.- Constitutive Relations for Deformation and Failure of Fast Reactor Cladding Tubes.
Series: Mechanical Behavior of Ma
Number Of Pages: 364
Published: 28th February 1990
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.15
Weight (kg): 0.82