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Effect Of Loading Strain Rates On Unloading Behavior Of Shot Peened Materials
Shot peening is a process widely used in industry to improve the fatigue life of materials through induced compressive residual stresses that retard crack initiation and growth. In the peening process, there are two stages: ...
Application Of FBG Optical Sensors To In-Situ Monitoring The Thermo-Mechanical Behaviour Of Cold Spray Coated Samples
In this research, a fiber Bragg grating (FBG) sensor is employed for monitoring thermal and mechanical strain induced by severe plastic deformation during high thermal and mechanical strain rate of cold spray technique. ...
Anisotropic Fatigue Modeling Of Wrought Magnesium Alloys
The merit of Jahed-Varvani (JV) as an energy-based model and Smith-Watson-Toper (SWT) as a critical plane fatigue model are assessed for three wrought magnesium alloys. The raw data, including the stabilized strain-stress ...
Application Of Fiber Bragg Grating Sensor For Strain Measurement At The Notch Tip Under Cyclic Loading
Notches are inevitable in many components and structures due to design limitations. In addition, they are the locations for stress concentration and are susceptible to fatigue failure. As a result, the cyclic stress/strain ...
A Two-Stage Conversion Process For Az31B Corrosion
Permanganate phosphate coating is considered as one of the most promising alternative coatings to chromate conversion coating because of the similarity between permanganate and chromate. However, the permanganate phosphate ...