Modern analytical theories of fatigue combined with a knowledge of processing effects on metals make up the complete basis for designing machine parts that are free from unanticipated failure. Fatigue Design: Life Expectancy of Machine Parts (PDF) offers the tools and the information needed for optimal design. It stresses practical approaches for effectively solving fatigue problems, including reducing the risk of hidden perils that may arise during production processes or from exposure to the environment. The material is offered with a dual approach: the excellent coverage of the theoretical aspects is emphasized by practical illustrations of the behavior of machine parts. The theoretical approach integrates the fundamentals of solid mechanics, crack propagation and fatigue analysis. The chapters containing fatigue theories are given special emphasis, starting with the fundamentals and progressing to complicated multiaxial nonlinear problems. The practical approach focuses on the effects of surface processing on fatigue life and it shows many-faceted fatigue problems taken from case studies. The solutions show the authors’ detailed analyses of failure and are aimed to be used as preventive guidelines. The cases are an exceptional feature of the ebook. The numerical method used is the finite element method, and is given with clear explanations and illustrations. Fatigue Design: Life Expectancy of Machine Parts is an extremely important tool for both practicing design engineers and engineering students.
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