Plasticity-induced, roughness-induced and oxide-induced crack closures are reviewed. Special attention is devoted to the physical origin, the consequences for the experimental determination and the prediction of the effective crack driving force for fatigue crack propagation. Plasticity-induced crack closure under plane stress and plane strain conditions require, in principle, a different explanation; however, both types are predictable. This is even the case in the transition region from the plane strain to the plane stress state and all types of loading conditions including constant and variable amplitude loading, the short crack case or the transition from small-scale to large-scale yielding. In contrast, the prediction of roughness-induced and oxide-induced closures is not as straightforward.
|Seiten (von - bis)
|Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures
|1 Feb. 2017
|Veröffentlicht - 1 Apr. 2017