Mechanical Behavior Laboratory University of Nevada, Reno

Paper Abstract

[J62] Yu, Q., Zhang, J., Jiang, Y. and Li, Q., 2011, "Multiaxial fatigue of extruded AZ61A magnesium alloy," International Journal of Fatigue, Vol.33, pp.437-447. doi: 10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2010.09.020

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[J62] Yu, Q., Zhang, J., Jiang, Y. and Li, Q., 2011, "Multiaxial fatigue of extruded AZ61A magnesium alloy," International Journal of Fatigue, Vol.33, pp.437-447

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Fig. 3. Stabilized stress-strain hysteresis loops under fully reversed strain-controlled (a) Tension-compression. (Download data) (b) Torsion. (Download data)

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Fig. 4. Strain-life curves under fully reversed strain-controlled tension-compression (Path a), cyclic torsion (Path b), proportional loading (Path c), and nonproportional loading (Path d). (Download data)

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Fig. 5. Influence of the static axial stress on fatigue life for the loading with static axial stress and a fully reversed shear strain amplitude of 0.52%. (Download data)

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Fig. 6. Fully reversed strain-controlled tension-compression and torsion for the determination of the material constant K in the Fatemi-Socie criterion. (Download data)

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Fig. 7. Comparison of observed fatigue lives with predictions using the Fatemi-Socie criterion. (a) FP0 = 0.00285, ν = 2.18, and C = 0.0326; (b) FP0 = 0.00184, ν = 2.34, and C = 0.0215. (Download data)

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Fig. 8. Baseline experimental data for determining the material constants for the modified SWT criterion. (Download data)

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Fig. 9. Comparison of observed fatigue lives and predictions made using the modified SWT criterion. (Download data)

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