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Fatigue 2021

Fatigue 2021


Fatigue 2021 held in March 2021 as an online conference, attended by over 130 delegates worldwide.

Proceedings

 

Abstract Book

 

Presenters


Keynote: Very-High-Cycle Fatigue of Additively Manufactured Materials – Youshi Hong, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Session 1: Additive Manufacturing I

Influence of defects in fatigue crack growth for materials processed by Laser Beam Melting – Melanie Prost, Mines ParisTech

Fatigue behaviour of additively-manufactured Ti-6Al-4V deposited on conventionally-melted base plate – Yoshihiko Uematsu, Gifu University

Probabilistic approach for the dimensioning of WAAM structures with isolated pores in high cycle fatigue – Lorenzo Bercelli, ENSTA Bretagne

Session 2: Continuum Scale Modelling

Simplified methods comparison for cyclic behaviour prediction : validation with in-situ stress measurements on notched specimen – Ewann Gautier, ENSTA Bretagne

A phase field fracture and fatigue formulation for Shape Memory Alloys (SMAs) – Marlini Simoes University of Cambridge

Boundaries of small-scale yielding regime for crack propagation – Fernando Antunes, University of Coimbra

Session 3: Environmental Fatigue

Corrosion-Fatigue in Nickel Based Superalloys Subjected to SO2 Environments – Martin Bache, Swansea University

The Effect of Salt Chemistry on the Zero and Cyclic Load Performance of a High Temperature Nickel-based Superalloy – Mat Hendery, Swansea University

Session 4: Crack Propagation I

Study on the application of deep surface rolling technique to reduce fatigue crack propagation growth rates – Supriyo Ganguly, Cranfield University

Numerical modelling of the fatigue crack propagation to predict the evolution of the crack front shape under the effect of plasticity induced crack closure – Wisam Taleb, ISAE-ENSMA

Session 5: Variable & Random Loading

Formulation of cross terms for multi DOF, frequency domain loads, targeting damage equivalency with non-random time domain loads – Karl Holmgren, TitanX

A Fatigue Life Assessment Method Based on Variable-Amplitude Loading Classifi cation for Automotive Vehicles – Enora Bellec, PSA Group

A model to assess the variance of fatigue damage in high-kurtosis asymmetrical random loadings with narrow-band power spectrum – Julian Marcell Enzveiler Marques, University of Ferrara

Session 6: Experimental Methods I

Small Ring Fatigue Testing – Julija Kazakeviciute, University of Nottingham

Fatigue crack growth monitoring in the Nickel super-alloy RR1000 using frequency sweep alternating current potential drop methods; estimation of crack shape and length – Yuqian Si, University of Nottingham

Identification of Fatigue Cracking Mechanisms Using Acoustic Emission – Anghel Cernescu, Cardiff University

Micro-scale Low Cycle and High Cycle Fatigue Testing by Micro-cantilevers – Jicheng Gong, Oxford University

Session 7: Welds I (hosted by TWI)

Developments in Fatigue Design Rules for Welded Joints – Matthew Doré, TWI Ltd

Probability of Fatigue Failure for Welded Joints by S-N Curve Method – Xing Sun, TWI Ltd

Cumulative Fatigue Damage of Welded Joints under Variable Amplitude Loading – Xu Liu, TWI Ltd

Fatigue Life Prediction Of A Crane Girder: Comparing Hot Spot Stress And Fracture Mechanics Approaches – Kris Hectors, Ghent University

Session 8: Multi-axial Fatigue

Self-heating characterisation in the High Cycle Fatigue regime of naval transmission shaft steel under variable amplitude multiple loadings – Corentin Guellec, ENSTA Bretagne

Estimating the Fatigue Limit in the Presence of Circular Holes under Axial and Torsional Cyclic Loading Conditions – José Antonio Balbín, University of Seville

A new high cycle fatigue method for Nitinol Alloys – Application in the design of coronary Nitinol stents – Giovanni de Morais , Dassault Systèmes

Keynote: Integrating Cellular Automata and Extended Finite Element Methods to Model Pitting Corrosion and Fatigue Behaviour – Robert Akid, University of Manchester

Session 9: Design & Assessment I

Notch fatigue and crack growth resistance of ferritic and pearlitic ductile cast iron – Michele Dallago, University of Trento

Computed tomography-based defect characterization and prediction of fatigue properties of extrudates from recycled field-assisted sintered EN AW-6082 aluminium chips – Alexander Koch, TU Dortmund University

Implications of the Manufacturing Process, the Cyclic Material Behaviour & the Geometry on the Local Damage Evolution with Respect to Fatigue Design & Assessment – Matthias Hell, Technische Universitat Darmstadt

Barkhausen noise-based assessment of single lip-deep drilling focused on fatigue life improvement of AISI 4140 component-near specimens – Nikolas Baak, TU Dortmund University

Session 10: Additive Manufacturing II

Fatigue properties of type 420J1 martensitic stainless steel additively manufactured by laser metal deposition method – Toshifumi Kakiuchi, Gifu University

Local Fatigue Parameter Prediction of Additively Manufactured Components using Machine Learning – Michael Hack, Siemens

Study on the relationship between the geometry and the mechanical properties of Selective Laser Melted lattice materials – Michele Dallago, University of Trento

Session 11: Additive Manufacturing III

Fatigue assessment of additively manufactured plain and notched polylactide (PLA) – Luca Susmel, University of Sheffield

Study on fatigue crack growth behavior in stainless steel 316L manufactured by laser powder bed fusion – Mehran Shahriarifar, TWI/University of Coventry

Effects of the surface roughness and the porosity on the high cycle fatigue behaviour of Ti-6Al-4V alloy obtained by additive Manufacturing Process – Viet-Duc Le, Amvalor

Session 12: Microstructure Scale Modelling

A multiscale study on the evolution of slip bands in a polycrystalline nickel-based superalloy during low cycle fatigue – Fernando León-Cázares, University of Cambridge

Decoupling Geometric and Microstructural Gradients in Fatigue Crack Formation – Gustavo Castelluccio, Cranfield University

Keynote: 50 Years of Fatigue Research: Progress and Perspectives – Roderick Smith, Imperial College

Session 13: Experimental Methods II

Local stress concentration assessment and fatigue crack monitoring using infrared thermal imaging on welded tee-joints – Benaissa Malek, ENSTA Bretagne

A novel thermography-based high-cycle-fatigue life calculation method – Zhenjie Teng, University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern

Experimental evaluation of effective stress intensity factor using thermoelastic stress analysis and digital image correlation – Francisco Díaz, University of Jaen

Evaluation of a fatigue crack plastic zone in bainitic steel based on synchrotron x-ray diffraction data – Manuel Carrera, University of Malaga

Session 14: Thermomechanical Fatigue

Structural Strain Approach for Fatigue Life Assessment of Thin-Walled Welded Structures under Thermo-Mechanical Loading – Simon Moser, TU Darmstadt

The effect of phase angle on crack growth mechanisms under thermo-mechanical fatigue loading – Mark Whittaker, Swansea University

Investigating Thermal Fatigue in Double Layer Transpiration Cooled Engine Components – Christos Skamniotis, Oxford University

Keynote: 3D printed mechanical interlocking and fatigue design – Filippo Berto, Norwegian University of Science & Technology

Session 15: Additive Manufacturing IV

Failure Causes of an additive manufactured Ti-6Al-4V and Implications on Fatigue Design – Emre Akgun, Coventry University

Effect Of A Post Fabrication Annealing Treatment On Fatigue Behaviour Of Additive Manufactured Inconel 625 – Noemie Martin, ISAE Supaero

High cycle fatigue behaviour of additive manufactured stainless steel 316L: free surface effect and microstructural heterogeneity – Anis Hor, ISAE Supaero

Instrumented fatigue tests on 316L and TA6V samples produced by wire arc additive manufacturing – Christophe Hacquard, University of Montpellier

Session 16: Crack Propagation II

Detection of small internal fatigue cracks of Ti-6Al-4V in the very high cycle regime via synchrotron radiation nanocomputed tomography – Takashi Nakamura, Hokkaido University

Experimental evaluation of plastic wake by digital image correlation – Jose Manuel Vasco-Olmo, University of Jaen

Modelling the Influence of Plastic Deformation on Local Material Stiffness to Predict the Crack Growth Behaviour of a Nickel Based Superalloy – James Rouse, University of Nottingham

A fractographic study of the initiation and propagation process of internal fatigue cracks in Ti-22V-4Al with different alpha-phase precipitation – Gaoge Xue, Hokkaido University

Session 17: Design & Assessment II

Model Based Virtual Sensing of Wheel Centre Loads and Full Strain Field on an Automotive Suspension – Bram Cornelis, Siemens

Surface Treatment Effects in Fatigue Analysis of Landing Gear Materials – Andrew Halfpenny, HBK

Fatigue Behaviour of Hot Dip Galvanized Structural Steel Details – Gonçalo Ferraz, KU Leuven

Probabilistic Fatigue and Reliability Simulation – Andrew Halfpenny, HBK

Session 18: Welds II

Local Fatigue Property Assessments of Linear Friction Welds – Chris Magazzeni, Oxford University

Multiscale analysis of fatigue damage mechanisms of welded stainless steels components – Ayoub Elmoutaouakkil, University of Mines

Fatigue properties of ultrasonically welded aluminium alloys to polymer composites for aerospace applications – Florian Staab, University of Freiburg

Fracture Analysis of Dissimilar Welded Metal Joints – Hassan Ghadbeigi, University of Sheffield

Session 19: Composites

Challenges in Collecting and Analysing Experimental Data on Composites Fatigue – Peter Bailey, Instron

Fatigue Durability Estimation Methods for Multidirectional Laminates of UD CFRP – Peter Heyes, HBK

Influence of the layer structure and metal volume fraction on the fatigue behaviour of thermoplastic-based hybrid laminates – Selim Mrzljak, TU Dortmund University

Fatigue Damage Accumulation in a SiCf/SiC CMC Monitored via In-situ X-ray Computed Tomography and Acoustic Emission – Zak Quiney, Swansea University

Evaluation of Multi-Material Thick Adhesive Joints for use in Marine Applications under Fatigue Loading – Rahul Iyer Kumar, Ghent University

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