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Fatigue Characterisation of Well-Established and Advanced Materials
Submission Deadline: December 31, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Rosa De Finis, PhD
Department of Mechanics Mathematics and Management (DMMM), Politecnico di Bari, Bari, Italy
Research Interests: Fatigue; Thermal methods; Fracture mechanics; Energy-based approaches; Stress analysis; Innovative materials
About This Topic
Fatigue of well-established and advanced materials is a crucial topic to be managed during the design of complex shaped structures and components as the fatigue can be considered as the major cause triggering the material fracture during in-service loading conditions.
In recent years, innovative experimental techniques and numerical methods have spread in the engineering field to support the realization of predictive models of the fatigue life. These methods are very attractive for companies, because they allow to reduce the costs associated with the experimental campaign and also lead to an accurate maintenance planning of the in-service components. The results are a general reduction of the costs and an improved use of the materials.
This Special Issue will present works related to the application of new experimental techniques and numerical methods on well-established materials in order to consolidate the testing and analysis procedures and will be also focused on diffusing knowledge on new materials (i.e. additively manufactured, composites,…) regarding test methods, flaws simulation and their influence on fatigue behaviour in order to support companies in introducing more performing materials in the production chains coupling the need to fulfill energy saving, environmental friendliness, and sustainable development requirements and the need of good fatigue and fracture mechanics resistance.
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