Full List of Speakers from Fatigue 2017:

1: FATIGUE OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURED MATERIALS

The fatigue and crack growth characteristics of additive-manufactured alloys for cost efficient high integrity aero-engine components

N. C. Barnard, R. J. Lancaster, M. Jones, I. Mitchell & M. R. Bache

Fatigue behaviour of Ti64 parts made by selective laser melting process subjected to different post treatment conditions

M. Benedetti, M. Cazzolli, M. Leoni, V. Fontanari & M. Bandini

Linking processing defects and fatigue behaviour of additive manufactured AlSi10Mg

N. O. Larrosa, C. Evans, J. Carr, U. Tradowsky, N. Read, M. M. Attallah & P. J. Withers

Test development to support fatigue crack growth measurements in flow formed inconel 718

C. Coleman, M. R. Bache & C. Boettcher

2: MATHEMATICAL AND NUMERICAL MODELLING

A simplification of a microstructural model to predict fatigue limits in notches using FEA

V. Chaves, C. Madrigal & A. Navarro

Implementation of plasticity model for a steel with mixed cyclic softening and hardening and its application to fatigue assessments

V. Okorokov, T. Comlekci, D. MacKenzie, R. van Rijswick & Y. Gorash

Effect of the material modelling and the experimental material characterisation on Fatigue Life Estimation within

Strain-Based Fatigue Assessment Approaches

M. Hell, R. Wagener, H. Kaufmann & T. Melz

3: VARIABLE AMPLITUDE FATIGUE

A revised understanding of major load interaction mechanisms in variable-amplitude fatigue

R. Sunder

Efficient frequency domain fatigue approaches for automotive components

G. Teixeira, M. Roberts, V. Nascimento, D. Novello & T. Clarke

Fatigue life assessment method based on load spectra considering nonlinear stress behavior and its validation with testing results

C. Donertas, M. Zacharzuck, M. Siktas & B. Ozmen

The needs to integrate durability assessment using stochastic process for an automobile crankshaft

S. S. K. Singh, S. Abdullah, M. F. M. Yunoh & N. M. N. Abdullah

Determining probabilistic-based failure of damaging features for fatigue strain loadings

M. F. M. Yunoh, S. Abdullah, M. H. M. Saad, Z. M. Nopiah, M. Z. Nuawi & S. S. K. Singh

4: HIGH TEMPERATURE AND THERMOMECHANICAL FATIGUE

Effect of voids and inclusions on the high temperature localised cyclic behaviour of a next generation power plant material

E. M. O’Hara, N. M. Harrison, B. K. Polomski, R. A. Barrett & S. B. Leen

Assessment of optical based control methods for thermo-mechanical fatigue

J. P. Jones, S. P. Brookes, M. T. Whittaker, R. J. Lancaster, A. Dyer & S. J. Williams

Development and validation of a facility to test the thermo-mechanical fatigue behaviour of TiMMCs

A. L. Dyer, J. P. Jones, M. T. Whittaker & R. D. Cutts

The fatigue behaviour of carburised 316H stainless steel and the application to nuclear plant assessment

A. Wisbey, M. Chevalier, D. Dean, P. Deem, M. Lynch, J. Eaton-McKay & M. Turnock

5: CORROSION FATIGUE

Corrosion fatigue assessment of brazed AISI 304/BNi-2 joints in synthetic exhaust gas condensate

A. Schmiedt, D. Nowak, M. Manka, L. Wojarski, W. Tillmann & F. Walther

6: FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH AND CLOSURE

Assessment of the effect of overloads on growing fatigue cracks using full-field optical techniques

J. M. Vasco-Olmo & F.A. Diaz

Study of the stress intensity factor in the bulk of the material with synchrotron diffraction

P. Lopez-Crespo, J. Vazquez-Peralta, C. Simpson, B. Moreno, T. Buslaps & P. J. Withers

7: FATIGUE AT WELDS AND NOTCHES I

Different approaches for fatigue assessment of butt-welded joints

C. M. Rizzo, F. Berto & T. Welo

Fatigue assessment of welded joints in large steel structures: a modified nominal stress definition

M. Colussi, F. Berto & G. Meneghetti

Crack initiation life of notched titanium and steel bars under uniaxial and multiaxial fatigue: calibration analysis of the potential drop method

A. Campagnolo, G. Meneghetti, F. Berto & K. Tanaka

8: MULTIAXIAL FATIGUE I

Recent developments on multiaxial fatigue strength of titanium alloys

F. Berto, A. Campagnolo & S. Vantadori

Accuracy of software Multi_FEAST© in estimating multiaxial fatigue damage in metallic materials

L. Susmel

Multiaxial low cycle fatigue analysis of notched specimen for type 316L stainless steel under non-proportional loading

T. Morishita, S. Bressan, T. Itoh, P. Gallo & F. Berto

Effect of interchange in principal stress and strain directions on multiaxial fatigue strength of type 316 stainless steel

Y. Takada, T. Morishita & T. Itoh

9: FATIGUE OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS

Fatigue properties of solution strengthened ferritic ductile cast irons in heavy section castings

T. Borsato, F. Berto, P. Ferro & C. Carollo

Contact fatigue characterization of 17NiCrMo6-4 specimens using a twin-disc test bench

A. Terrin & G. Meneghetti

Overview of copper wire failure mechanisms in rotating machinery

H. Y. Ahmad, D. Bonnieman & D. C. Howard

10: FATIGUE AT WELDS AND NOTCHES II

Significance of undercuts on fatigue strength of butt-welded joints

C. Steimbreger & M. D. Chapetti

Consideration of weld distortion throughout the identification of fatigue curve parameters using mean stress correction

Y. Gorash, X. Zhou, T. Comlekci, D. MacKenzie & J. Bayyouk

Calculation of stress concentration factors in offshore welded structures using 3d laser scanning technology and finite element analysis

L. Wang, W. Vesga Rivera, A. Mehmanparast, F. Brennan & A. Kolios

11: MULTIAXIAL FATIGUE II

Multiaxial fatigue test and strength using cyclic bending and torsion testing machine

H. Sato, T. Morishita, T. Itoh & M. Sakane

Numerical study on influence of non-proportional stressing on fretting fatigue life assessment

R. H. Talemi

The heat energy dissipated in a control volume to correlate the fatigue strength of severely notched and cracked stainless steel specimens

G. Meneghetti & M. Ricotta

12: INFLUENCE OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES ON FATIGUE

High cycle fatigue behaviour in ultrasonic-shot-peened β-type Ti alloy and EBSD-assisted fractography of sub-surface fatigue crack initiation

Y. Uematsu, T. Kakiuchi & K. Hattori

Effect of additive elements on crack initiation and propagation behaviour for low-Ag solders

N. Hiyoshi, M. Yamashita & H. Hokazono

Fatigue assessment of adhesive wood joints through physical measuring techniques

S. Myslicki, C. Winkler, N. Gelinski, U. Schwarz & F. Walther

13: FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH AND CLOSURE II

Experimental investigation of thickness effects on fatigue crack closure behaviour in Al7075-T6 alloy

K. Masuda, S. Ishihara & M. Okane

Through thickness evolution of crack tip plasticity

D. Camas, P. Lopez-Crespo, F. V. Antunes & J. R. Yates

14: FATIGUE OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES

Fatigue behaviour and mean stress effect of thermoplastic polymers and composites

Z. Lu, B. Feng & C. Loh

How simple is as simple as possible?

P. Heyes

A progressive damage fatigue model for unidirectional laminated composites based on finite element analysis: theory and practice

M. Hack, D. Carrella-Payan, B. Magneville, T. Naito, Y. Urushiyama, T. Yokozeki, W. Yamazaki, & W. Van Paepege

Fatigue behaviour of nylon-clay hybrid nanocomposites

S. J. Zhu, A. Usuki & M. Kato

Fatigue limits of natural rubber using the carbon black filler materials

M. J. Jweeg, M. Al-Waily, D. C. Howard & H. Y. Ahmad

15: DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT

Target reliability as an acceptance criterion for fatigue

K. Wright

Multiaxial fatigue strength prediction criteria – development of validation data sets

J. Papuga, M. Lutovinov & M. Růžička

Approach to a general bending fatigue strength design method

G. Deng & T. Nakanishi