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Lifetime prediction methodology for variable fretting fatigue loading: Plasticity effect

Abstract : Both experimental and numerical approaches were developed to follow cracking damage in steel cylinder/plane fretting fatigue contact subjected to variable loading conditions. For the experimental approach, the potential drop technique was implemented on the fretting fatigue test device to observe on-line crack propagation. A calibration curve relating crack length and potential provided direct knowledge of cracking status. Numerically, total life was separated between crack nucleation and crack propagation. To formalize crack nucleation prediction, Crossland multiaxial fatigue behavior was applied at a critical distance to take into account the severe fretting fatigue gradients. The crack propagation rate was formalized using Kujawski’s fatigue crack driving force parameter, View the MathML sourceK‾∗, and coupling the Paris law of the material. Using this combined crack-nucleation/crack-propagation analysis, constant fretting fatigue conditions and variable fretting fatigue sequences were investigated. Good correlations were observed. Finally, the influence of different plastic laws was investigated. Both monotonic and cyclic approximations provided good correlation with experimental data, the cyclic description being closer.
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Camille Gandiolle, Siegfried Fouvry, Éric Charkaluk. Lifetime prediction methodology for variable fretting fatigue loading: Plasticity effect. International Journal of Fatigue, 2016, 92 (2), pp.531-547. ⟨10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2016.05.025⟩. ⟨hal-01383178⟩

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