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At the critical crack size, the width of the crack front is approximately one third the E dimension B.
In a linear-elastic homogeneous body, the signi? The same system would be suitable for sheet, extrusions, and forgings with nonsymmetrical grain? The following identity is true for the normalized K-gradient in a constant force-ratio test: E median fatigue life—the middle value of the observed fatigue lives, arranged in order of magnitude, of the individual specimens in a group tested under essentially identical conditions.
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However, when applied to a collection of data without further quali? The subscript p is everywhere implied. E specimen thickness, B [L]—the distance between the parallel EE sides of a test specimen see Fig.
KIv relates to extension resistance with respect to a slowly advancing steady-state crack. This value is the difference in the stress-power per unit difference in crack area at a?
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EE crack extension, Da [L]—an increase in crack size. E tolerance level—the stated probability that the tolerance interval includes at least the stated percentage of the population.
Not applicable generally to anisotropic materials. S-N curve—a plot of stress against the number of cycles to failure. E crack depth, a [L]—in part-through surface-crack specimens PSthe distance from, and normal to, the cracked plate surface to the point of maximum penetration of the crack front into the material. E R-curve—a plot of crack-extension resistance as a function of stable crack extension, Dap or Dae.
See Test Method E for further explanations on symbols. In Test Method EK-decreasing tests involve force shedding as the crack grows either E continuously or by a series of decremental steps. Thus, it takes into account the original size of the crack but ignores any crack extension that may occur during the test.
E variable amplitude loading— See spectrum loading. For anisotropic materials, displacements can be more complex. N curves were almost parallel and almost horizontal. E This value corresponds to P max. E trough—See valley.
Standard Terminology Relating to Fatigue and Fracture Testing
Current edition approved Nov. E compliance LF? E estimation—in statistical analysis, a procedure astn making a statistical inference about the numerical values of one or more unknown population parameters from the observed values in a sample. E independent variable—the selected and controlled variable namely, stress or strain. E dynamometer dynamic forces [F]—the maximum and minimum forces or the mean force and the force amplitude that correspond to the readings obtained from the dynamometer output according to an existing static calibration.
E constant life diagram— in fatigue, a plot usually on rectangular coordinates of a family of curves each of which is for a single fatigue life, N, relating stress amplitude, Sa, to mean 3 stress, Sm, or maximum stress, Smax, or both, to minimum stress, Smin.
Other criteria may be used but should be clearly de? E environment chamber— in fatigue testing, the container of the bulk volume surrounding a test specimen.
The effective unloading slope ratio is measured by performing unloadingreloading cycles during the test as indicated schematically in Fig.
E tolerance limits—the two statistics that de? E smooth crack growth behavior—generally, crack extension in chevron-notch specimens which is characterized by slow, continuously advancing crack growth, and a relatively smooth force displacement record Fig. Users of this standard are expressly advised that determination of the validity of any such patent rights, and the risk of infringement of such rights, are entirely their own responsibility.
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E reference load [F]—for spectrum loading, used in Practices E to denote the loading level that represents a steadystate condition upon which load variations are superimposed. The radius asrm such specimens is believed to be small enough that any smaller radius would result in notch strength essentially unchanged from an engineering viewpoint. The code TS-L means that the crack-plane is perpendicular to a direction intermediate between T and S and the expected fracture is in the L direction.
E astn size, a [L]—in Test Method Ethe physical crack size is represented as ap. A superscript epsilon e indicates an editorial change since the last revision or reapproval.