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Author Petinov, S. V. (Sergeń≠ Vladimirovich)

Title In-service fatigue reliability of structures / Sergei V. Petinov.

Published Cham : Springer, 2018.

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Solid mechanics and its applications ; volume 251
Solid mechanics and its applications ; v. 251.
Springer Engineering eBooks 2018 English+International
Contents Intro; Preface; Contents; Introduction; Reference; 1 Principal Definitions of Reliability; Abstract; 1.1 General; 1.2 Prediction of Intended Life of a Structure in Design; 1.3 Assessment of Residual Life of Structure in Service; References; 2 Elements of Statistics and Probability; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Random Events and Variables; 2.2.1 Several Properties of Probability; 2.2.2 Random Variables; 2.2.3 Properties of the Probability Density Function; 2.3 Statistics (Numerical Characteristics) of Random Variables; 2.3.1 Expected (Mean) Value; 2.4 Statistics of Random Processes.
2.5 Confidence of Empirical (Observed) and Theoretical DistributionsReferences; 3 Analysis of Structural Response; Abstract; 3.1 General Principles: Static or Dynamic Analysis of a Structure; 3.2 Statistical Dynamics. General Principles; 3.3 The Problems of Statistical Dynamics; 3.4 Elements of Spectral Analysis; 3.5 Solution of the Direct Problem (Wiener-Khinchin Theorem); References; 4 Service Loads on Structures; Abstract; 4.1 Wind (Aerodynamic) Loads. Wind Velocity Spectrum; 4.2 Response of Affected Structures. Quasi-static Evaluation; References.
5 Fatigue of Materials and Structures. Phenomenon and ModelingAbstract; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Initiation of Fatigue Studies; 5.3 Fatigue Damage: Phenomenon and Mechanisms; 5.4 Criteria for Fatigue Failure of Structural Materials. S-N Curves; 5.4.1 Cyclic Loading. Cyclic Stress-Strain Diagram; 5.5 Cyclic Hardening and Softening. Generalization of Cyclic Diagrams; 5.6 Criteria for Fatigue Failure of Structural Materials. Strain-Life Format; References; 6 Factors Affecting Fatigue Resistance of Materials and Structures; Abstract; 6.1 General.
6.2 Effects of Stress Concentration. S-N Criteria-Based Approach6.3 Effects of Frequency of Alternating Loading; 6.4 Scale (Size) Effects; 6.5 The Constant Load Influence on Fatigue; 6.6 Multi-axial Stress Fatigue; 6.7 Corrosion-Stress Effects on Fatigue; 6.8 Fatigue of Welded Joints and Structures; 6.9 Establishing Identity of Fatigue Properties of Welded Joints in Test Specimens and in Structural Details; 6.10 Irregular and Random Load Fatigue; 6.11 Strain-Life Criteria-Based Approach. Stress and Strain at a Notch; 6.12 Block and Random Loading; References.
7 Examples of Fatigue Assessment of Structural DetailsAbstract; 7.1 Fatigue Assessment of Welded Joint of Cylindrical and Conical Shells; 7.2 Evaluation of Efficiency of Drilling Out the Crack Tip; 7.3 Fatigue Assessment of Welded Joint in Tubular Frame; 7.4 Fatigue Assessment of Ship Superstructure at Expansion Joint; 7.4.1 General; 7.4.2 Principles of Fatigue Analysis and Design of Hull Structures; 7.4.3 Fatigue Assessment of the Detail. Strain-Life Approach; 7.4.4 Fatigue Analysis of the Detail Versions. S-N Criteria; References.
Summary This book provides readers with the latest know-how and tools needed to assess the in-service strength and reliability of welded structures. It addresses the two principal mechanisms of structural material deterioration, fatigue and corrosion, which affect the in-service behavior of structures. In this regard, the primary focus is on fatigue in connection with various structural failure scenarios. Realistic and typical examples of welded structures' design and residual life assessment are used throughout the book in order to show readers the complexity of real-world assessments. The book offers a valuable resource for master's students in mechanical and civil engineering, and for engineers whose work involves fatigue design and in-service inspections of welded structures.
Other author SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Materials -- Fatigue.
Strains and stresses.
Strength of materials.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319893181 (electronic bk.)
3319893181 (electronic bk.)
9783319893174
3319893173
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-89318-1