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Abstract

A NEW SHEAR SPECIMEN HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ALLOW CYCLIC TESTING UNDER AXIAL PUSH-PULL FATIGUE LOADING. RESULTS OF A FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS INDICATE THAT WITH PROPER CHOICE OF SPECIMEN DIMENSIONS, BENDING EFFECTS CAN BE NEGLECTED AND HENCE SIMPLE FORMULAE USED TO DEDUCE MATERIAL STRESS AND STRAIN. LOW-CYCLE FATIGUE RESULTS ON AISI TYPE 316 L STAINLESS STEEL AGREE VERY CLOSELY WITH THOSE AVAILABLE IN THE LITERATURE. IMPACT TESTING, HOWEVER, NEEDS IMPORTANT MODIFICATIONS BEFORE BECOMING FULLY RELIABLE.

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Authors: ELEICHE A M, CAIRO UNIVERSITY;MILITARY TECHNICAL COLLEGE CAIRO, EGYPT;JRC-ISPRA;ABDEL KADER S, CAIRO UNIVERSITY;MILITARY TECHNICAL COLLEGE CAIRO, EGYPT;JRC-ISPRA;ALBERTINI C, CAIRO UNIVERSITY;MILITARY TECHNICAL COLLEGE CAIRO, EGYPT;JRC-ISPRA;MONTAGNANI M CAIRO UNIVERSITY, CAIRO UNIVERSITY;MILITARY TECHNICAL COLLEGE CAIRO, EGYPT;JRC-ISPRA;MILITARY TECHNICAL COLLEGE CAIRO, EGYPT, CAIRO UNIVERSITY;MILITARY TECHNICAL COLLEGE CAIRO, EGYPT;JRC-ISPRA;JRC-ISPRA, CAIRO UNIVERSITY;MILITARY TECHNICAL COLLEGE CAIRO, EGYPT;JRC-ISPRA
Bibliographic Reference: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 8TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE STRENGTH OF METALS AND ALLOYS, TAMPERE/FINLAND, AUG. 22-26, 1988, PUBLISHED 1988, BY: PERGAMON PRESS, OXFORD, UK
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