Effect of orientation of small defects on fatigue limit of steels

Pablo Lorenzino, Saburo Okazaki, Hisao Matsunaga, Yukitaka Murakami

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Abstract

In order to clarify the effect of defect orientation on the fatigue limit of three types of steels; JIS-S15C, JIS-S45C and JIS-SNCM439, a small semi-circular slit was introduced into the surface of a round specimen. The slits were tilted at 0°, 30° or 60° with respect to the plane normal to the loading axis, but all of them had the same defect size, \vec{area} = 188 μm, where the area denotes the area of the domain defined by projecting the defect on a plane normal to the loading axis. In all the combinations of the materials and tilting angles, a non-propagating crack was found at the fatigue limit, i.e. the fatigue limit was determined by the non-propagation condition of crack initiated from the defect. In JIS-S15C and JIS-S45C, the fatigue limit was nearly independent of the tilting angle, which was in good agreement with the predicted value by the \vec{area} parameter model. On the other hand, in JIS-SNCM439, the fatigue limit was also in agreement with the prediction at the tilting angle of 0°, but it increased with an increase in the tilting angle. These results indicated that the \vec{area} parameter model can predict a conservative fatigue limit for the tilted defects. In this paper, the mechanistic reason for the effect of the tilting angle on the fatigue limit will be discussed by paying special attention to the crack path and length of non-propagating crack.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFDMD II - JIP 2014 - Fatigue Design and Material Defects
PublisherEDP Sciences
ISBN (Print)9782759812745
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2014
EventFatigue Design and Material Defects, FDMD II - JIP 2014 - Paris, France
Duration: Jun 11 2014Jun 13 2014

Publication series

NameMATEC Web of Conferences
Volume12
ISSN (Electronic)2261-236X

Other

OtherFatigue Design and Material Defects, FDMD II - JIP 2014
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period6/11/146/13/14

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Steel
Fatigue of materials
Defects
Cracks

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Chemistry(all)
  • Materials Science(all)
  • Engineering(all)

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Lorenzino, P., Okazaki, S., Matsunaga, H., & Murakami, Y. (2014). Effect of orientation of small defects on fatigue limit of steels. In FDMD II - JIP 2014 - Fatigue Design and Material Defects [07001] (MATEC Web of Conferences; Vol. 12). EDP Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1051/matecconf/20141207001

Effect of orientation of small defects on fatigue limit of steels. / Lorenzino, Pablo; Okazaki, Saburo; Matsunaga, Hisao; Murakami, Yukitaka.

FDMD II - JIP 2014 - Fatigue Design and Material Defects. EDP Sciences, 2014. 07001 (MATEC Web of Conferences; Vol. 12).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Lorenzino, P, Okazaki, S, Matsunaga, H & Murakami, Y 2014, Effect of orientation of small defects on fatigue limit of steels. in FDMD II - JIP 2014 - Fatigue Design and Material Defects., 07001, MATEC Web of Conferences, vol. 12, EDP Sciences, Fatigue Design and Material Defects, FDMD II - JIP 2014, Paris, France, 6/11/14. https://doi.org/10.1051/matecconf/20141207001
Lorenzino P, Okazaki S, Matsunaga H, Murakami Y. Effect of orientation of small defects on fatigue limit of steels. In FDMD II - JIP 2014 - Fatigue Design and Material Defects. EDP Sciences. 2014. 07001. (MATEC Web of Conferences). https://doi.org/10.1051/matecconf/20141207001
Lorenzino, Pablo ; Okazaki, Saburo ; Matsunaga, Hisao ; Murakami, Yukitaka. / Effect of orientation of small defects on fatigue limit of steels. FDMD II - JIP 2014 - Fatigue Design and Material Defects. EDP Sciences, 2014. (MATEC Web of Conferences).
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