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Fatigue crack growth rate analysis in a titanium alloy

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Reliable prediction of fatigue crack growth rates in aerospace materials and components underpins the so-called defect-tolerant approach to lifing. In this methodology the presence or appearance of defects and cracks in components is accepted. However, safe operation is guaranteed by regular inspections and health monitoring, and ensuring (by means of reliable modelling) that no crack may grow far enough to reach the critical size in the interval between inspections. Under such circumstances ...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Engineering Science
Volume:
385-387
Pages:
5-8
Publication date:
2008
ISSN:
1013-9826
URN:
uuid:a6dfb72c-114f-47e3-a8f1-58853244b0d5
Source identifiers:
63631
Local pid:
pubs:63631

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