2024
DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/2671/1/012024
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Effect of specimen thickness on fatigue crack shape evolution for aluminum alloy

LiMing Wu,
Yuting He,
Teng Zhang

Abstract: The investigation of fatigue crack propagation and fracture mechanisms in high-thickness metal plates holds pivotal importance in the advancement of a three-dimensional damage tolerance assessment methodology. This research also bears significant implications for ensuring the safe operation of large-scale mechanical equipment. In this study, we examine the influence of specimen thickness on the evolution of fatigue crack shapes in an aluminum alloy. Fatigue crack growth tests were conducted on single-edge notc… Show more

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