Engineering Against Fracture: Proceedings of the 1st Conference by S. G. PantelakisEngineering Against Fracture: Proceedings of the 1st Conference by S. G. Pantelakis

Engineering Against Fracture: Proceedings of the 1st Conference

EditorS. G. Pantelakis, C. A. Rodopoulos

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This volume consists of selected papers from the first conference on Engineering Against Fracture, held in Patras, Greece, May 28-30, 2008.The book delivers a wealth of scientific works aiming to provide solutions to a number of engineering problems found in several industrial sectors including aeronautics, ship building, material fabrication etc. Following the unique conference concept, Engineering Against Fracture represents the interdisciplinary actions needed for conceptualising, establishing, testing and finally solving an engineering problem taking into account all the necessary interactions. This is the new model which drives engineering in the 21st century.
Title:Engineering Against Fracture: Proceedings of the 1st ConferenceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:596 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.03 inPublished:November 6, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

KeynoteDual Scale Fatigue Crack Monitoring Scheme Considering Random Material, Geometric and Load Characteristics, by G.C. Sih; Ball-Burnishing and Roller-Burnishing to Improve Fatigue Performance of Structural Alloys, by L. Wagner, T. Ludian and M. Wollmann; Exploitation of the TRIP Effect for the Development of Formable, Fracture and Fatigue Resistant Steels for Automotive Applications, by Gregory N. Haidemenopoulos; Multifunctional Materials Used in Automotive Industry: A Critical Review, by K. Salonitis, J. Pandremenos, J. Paralikas and G. Chryssolouris; Hybrid Metal Laminates for Low Weight Fuselage Structures, by M. Pacchione, and E. Hombergsmeier; Session 1 Engineering Properties: Effect of Talc Filler Content on Poly(Propylene) Composite Mechanical Properties, by Lubomir Lapcik Jr., Pavlina Jindrova and Barbora Lapcikova; Fracture Properties of Polypropylene Reinforced with Short Glass Fibres: The Influence of Temperature, Notch Length and Geometry, by Petr Elisek and Miroslav Raab; Influence of Width of Specimen on Tensile Properties of NiCo Thin Film, by Jun-Hyub Park, Joong-Hyok An, Yun-Bae Jeon, Yun-Jae Kim and Yong-Hak Huh; Session 2 Fatigue Damage Physics and Modeling: Dynamic Properties and Fatigue Failure of Aircraft Component, by S. Kuznetsov, E. Ozolinsh, I. Ozolinsh, I. Pavelko and V. Pavelko; Investigation of the Fatigue Behaviour of the Structural Magnesium Alloy AZ31, by Sp.G. Pantelakis, A.N. Chamos and V. Spiliadis; Session 3 Engineering Properties II: Coulomb Failure Surfaces in Ductile Nonlinear Elastic Materials, by N.P. Andrianopoulos, V.M. Manolopoulos and J.T. Dernikas; Effect of Stress on the Fire Reaction Properties of Polymer Composite Laminates, by A.E. Elmughrabi, M. Robinson and A.G. Gibson; Next Generation Composite Aircraft Fuselage Materials Under Post-crash Fire ConditionsG. La Delfa, J.W. Luinge and A.G. GibsonProgressive Fracture Analysis of Planar Lattices and Shape-Morphing Kagome StructureKonstantinos I. TserpesSession 4 Fatigue Damage (Experimental)Fatigue Behavior of Non-crimp FabricsPeter Horst and Stephan AddenFatigue Crack Growth Assessment of Corroded Aluminum AlloysAl.Th. Kermanidis and Sp.G. PantelakisFatigue Crack Growth Behavior Under Spectrum LoadingD. Kujawski and S. StoychevThermo-Mechanical Methods for Improving Fatigue Performance of Wrought Magnesium AlloysMuhammad Shahzad and Lothar WagnerSmall Crack in a Simulated Columnar Polycrystalline Aggregate with Random 2D and 3D Lattice OrientationsI. Simonovski and L. CizeljSession 5 Applied Fracture MechanicsBonded Crack Retarders for Enhanced Fail Safety and Damage Tolerance in Aircraft StructuresP.E. Irving, D. Figueroa-Gordon and X. Zhang, M. BoscoloInvestigations on Fracture of Collector Copper LamellasL. Marsavina, N. Faur, R. Susan-Resiga, and R. NegruThe Regularities of Fatigue Crack Growth in Airframes Elements at Real Operation ConditionsI. Pavelko and V. PavelkoSession 6 Engineering ApplicationsFracture in ElectronicsWilliam J. PlumbridgeImproving the Crashworthiness of Aluminium Rail VehiclesD. Zangani, M. Robinson and G. KotsikosInformation Fusion in Ad hoc Wireless Sensor Networks for Aircraft Health MonitoringNikos Fragoulis, Vassilis Tsagaris and Vassilis AnastassopoulosRoll Forming of AHSS: Numerical Simulation and Investigation of Effects of Main Process Parameters on QualityK. Salonitis, J. Paralikas and G. ChryssolourisSession 7 Scale Effects and ModelingDependency of Micro-mechanical Properties of Gold Thin Films on Grain SizeYong-Hak Huh, Dong-Iel Kim, Dong-Jin Kim, Hae-Moo Lee and Jun-Hyub ParkFracture and Failure in Micro- and Nano-ScaleCostas A. CharitidisLocal, Semilocal and Nominal Approaches to Estimate the Fatigue Strength of Welded JointsB. Atzori, P. Lazzarin and G. MeneghettiSuperficial Strength Properties Modification of 2024 Aluminum Specimens Subjected to Cyclic Loading, Detected by NanoindentationsK.-D. Bouzakis, I. Mirisidis, Sp.G. Pantelakis and P.V. PetroyiannisSession 8 Surface Treatments and EngineeringCharacterisation of Residual Stresses Generated by Laser Shock Peening by Neutron and Synchrotron DiffractionA.D. Evans, A. King, T. Pirling, P. Peyre and P.J. WithersDry Ice Blasting - Energy-Efficiency and New Fields of ApplicationE. Uhlmann, R. Hollan and A. El MernissiFatigue Life Improvement for Cruciform Welded Joint by Mechanical Surface Treatment Using Hammer Peening and UNSMSeung-Ho Han, Jeong-Woo Han, Yong-Yun Nam and In-Ho ChoThe Use of Ultrasonic Impact Treatment to Extend The Fatigue Life of Integral Aerospace Structures Chris A. Rodopoulos and J. BridgesSession 9 Theoretical Fracture Mechanics and Modeling IAnalysis of Crack Patterns Under Three-Dimensional Residual Stress FieldG. Labeas, J. Diamantakos and Th. KermanidisBEM Solutions of Crack Problems in Gradient ElasticityG.F. Karlis, S.V. Tsinopoulos, D. Polyzos and D.E. BeskosFracture Analysis of Medium Density PolyethyleneIvica Skozrit and Zdenko TonkovicSession 10 Structural Analysis (Metals)Buckling Evaluation in Case of Complicated Stress ConditionA. Zilinskaite and A. ZiliukasComparison of Two Currently Used and One Proposed Seismic Design Methods for Steel StructuresT.L. Karavasilisa, N. Bazeosb and D.E. BeskosbExperimental and Numerical Investigation of Failure Pressure of Valve HousingIvica Galic, Zdenko Tonkovic and Kresimir VuckovicFracture Analysis of a Bolted Joint of a Large Pump Frame of a Desalination PlantLuigi Carassale and Cesare Mario RizzoResonance of a Shaft with Diagonal FissureH. Jiménez, I. Hilerio, G. Álvarez, M. Gómez, B. Vázquez and R. AriasThe Accurate Prediction of the Thermal Response of Welded Structures Based on the Finite Element Method: Myth or Reality?D.G. Karalis, V.J. Papazoglou and D.I. PantelisSession 11 Theoretical Fracture Mechanics and Modeling IIApplication of a Fracture Methodology for Studying the Mechanics That Govern Failure of Aluminum StructuresK.P. Galanis, T. Wierzbicki1 and V.J. Papazoglou2BEM Prediction of TBC Fracture ResistanceL.K. Keppas and N.K. AnifantisSession 12 Structural Analysis (Composites)A Numerical Investigation of Fractured Sandwich Composites Under Flexural LoadingE.E. Theotokoglou and I.I. TourlomousisInvestigation of Metallic Open Lattice Cellular StructuresG.N. Labeas, M.M. Sunaric and V.P. PtochosIndex