The application field of the multistage prediction model developed at ONERA was extended to fretting-fatigue interaction. The model was used to achieve a preliminary evaluation of the reduction in fatigue life induced by fretting conditions in a case-hardening steel. Satisfactory agreement with experimental data was found without considering any effects on the propagation stage.

Application of multistage life prediction methods to fretting fatigue interactions / G.Zonfrillo; F.Pratesi; A.Del Puglia. - STAMPA. - L (Inelastic Behavior of Metals and Constitutive Laws of Materials)(1989), pp. 165-170. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 10th Int. Conf. on Structural Mechanics in Reactor Tecnology tenutosi a Anaheim (California, USA) nel 14-18 August 1989.

Application of multistage life prediction methods to fretting fatigue interactions

ZONFRILLO, GIOVANNI;PRATESI, FRANCO;DEL PUGLIA, ALDO
1989

Abstract

The application field of the multistage prediction model developed at ONERA was extended to fretting-fatigue interaction. The model was used to achieve a preliminary evaluation of the reduction in fatigue life induced by fretting conditions in a case-hardening steel. Satisfactory agreement with experimental data was found without considering any effects on the propagation stage.
Transactions of the 10th Int. Conf. on Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology
10th Int. Conf. on Structural Mechanics in Reactor Tecnology
Anaheim (California, USA)
14-18 August 1989
G.Zonfrillo; F.Pratesi; A.Del Puglia
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