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Three-Dimensional Fractography for Conventional and Additive Manufactured Steels After Bending-Torsion FatiguePublikacja
In this study, fracture surface topography parameters were measured to investigate the effects of multiaxial loading. In order to assess the metrological aspects of fracture for notched specimens made of high-strength steels processed by both conventional and additively manufacturing (AM) techniques, an optical surface profilometer was used. Three bending moment to torsion moment ratios (B/T) were studied, i.e. 2, 1 and 2/3. The...
Fractal dimension for bending–torsion fatigue fracture characterisationPublikacja
Fracture surfaces after biaxial fatigue tests were compared using fractal dimension for three types of metallic materials in smooth and notched specimens made of S355J2 and 10HNAP steels and 2017-T4 aluminium alloy, considering both proportional and nonproportional cyclic loading. High-resolution optical 3D measurement studies were performed on the entire fracture surface. A direct correlation between fractal dimension and fatigue...
Assessment of unusual failure in crankshaft of heavy-duty truck enginePublikacja
The unusual premature failure of a heavy-duty truck engine crankshaft has been the subject of a rigorous study, and this manuscript describes it in detail. The failure was happened to begin with the growth of the crack from the surface defects, in the form of the clusters of non-metallic inclusions, in the lubrication hole zone of the first main journal, which was the stress concentration zone. A series of experiments including...
Fatigue fracture morphology of AISI H13 steel obtained by additive manufacturingPublikacja
The paper focuses on researching the effect of fatigue loading on metallic structure, lifetime, and fracture surface topographies in AISI H13 steel specimens obtained by selective laser melting (SLM). The topography of the fracture surfaces was measured over their entire area, according to the entire total area method, with an optical three-dimensional surface measurement system. The fatigue results of the SLM 3D printed steel...
A brief note on monotonic and fatigue fracture events investigation of thin-walled tubular austenitic steel specimens via fracture surface topography analysis (FRASTA)Publikacja
The main objective of this short communication is to show the fracture progression in each loading case and complement knowledge about fracture mechanisms underpinning the tensile and fatigue performance of thin-walled tubes. For this purpose, the fracture surface topography analysis (FRASTA) method was used in the thin-walled tubular austenitic stainless-steel specimens. Two cases were analyzed: monotonic tension, and uniaxial...