Engineering Against Fracture: Proceedings of the 1st Conference

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S. G. Pantelakis, C. A. Rodopoulos
Springer Science & Business Media, 14 feb 2009 - 581 páginas
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Within the last thirty years there is a growing acknowledgement that prevention of catastrophic failures necessitates engagement of a large pool of expertise. Herein it is not excessive to seek advice from disciplines like materials science, structural engineering, mathematics, physics, reliability engineering and even economics. Today’s engineering goals, independently of size; do not have the luxury of being outsideaglobalperspective.Survivaloftheintegratedmarketsand?nancialsystems require a web of safe transportation, energy production and product manufacturing. It is perhaps the ?rst decade in engineering history that multidisciplinary - proaching is not just an idea that needs to materialise but has matured beyond infancy. We can witness such transition by examining engineering job descriptions and postgraduate curricula. The undertaking of organising a conference to re?ect the above was not easy and de?nitely, not something that was brought to life without a lot of work and c- st mitment. The 1 Conference of Engineering Against Fracture from its conceptual day until completion was designed in a way of underlying the need of bringing all the key players on a common ground that once properly cultivated can ?ourish. To achieve that the conference themes were numerous and despite their, in principle notional differences, it was apparent that the attendees established such common ground through argumentation. The reader can see this from the variety of research areas re?ected by the works and keynote lecturers presented.
 

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BallBurnishing and RollerBurnishing to Improve Fatigue
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Dual Scale Fatigue Crack Monitoring Scheme Considering
13
Exploitation of the TRIP Effect for the Development
30
Hybrid Metal Laminates for Low Weight Fuselage Structures
41
Effect of Talc Filler Content on PolyPropylene Composite
72
Fracture Properties of Polypropylene Reinforced with Short
81
Influence of Width of Specimen on Tensile Properties of NiCo
93
Investigation of the Fatigue Behaviour of the Structural
115
Fracture in Electronics 291
289
Improving the Crashworthiness of Aluminium Rail Vehicles
305
Information Fusion in Ad hoc Wireless Sensor Networks
319
Dependency of Micromechanical Properties of Gold Thin
338
Local Semilocal and Nominal Approaches to Estimate
357
Characterisation of Residual Stresses Generated by Laser
383
Dry Ice Blasting EnergyEfficiency and New Fields
399
The use of Ultrasonic Impact Treatment to Extend the Fatigue
421

Effect of Stress on the Fire Reaction Properties of Polymer
136
Investigation of Failure and Failure Progression in Stiffened
155
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Progressive Fracture Analysis of Planar Lattices
182
Fatigue Crack Growth Assessment of Corroded Aluminum
205
Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior under Spectrum Loading
215
Small Crack in a Simulated Columnar Polycrystalline
234
ThermoMechanical Methods for Improving Fatigue
249
The Regularities of Fatigue Crack Growth
274
BEM Solutions of Crack Problems in Gradient Elasticity
443
Buckling Evaluation in Case of Complicated Stress Condition
467
Comparison of Two Currently used and One Proposed Seismic
476
Fracture Analysis of a Bolted Joint of a Large Pump Frame
499
The Accurate Prediction of the Thermal Response of Welded
513
Application of a Fracture Methodology for Studying
533
BEM Prediction of TBC Fracture Resistance 551
550
Mechanical Properties and Failure Investigation of Metallic
572
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