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Failure mechanisms during isothermal fatigue of SiC/Ti-24Al-11Nb composites
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||P.K. Brindley, P.A. Bartolotta.|
|Series||NASA-TM -- 111961., NASA technical memorandum -- 111961.|
|Contributions||Bartolotta, P. A., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Thermal-mechanical fatigue (TMF) and isothermal fatigue (IF) of a TiAl-2V alloy and its composite, reinforced with TiB 2 particles, were studied. In-phase TMF testing was conducted under the condition of a minimum temperatureT min = °C and a maximum temperatureT max, which ranged from °C to ° applied cyclic stress ranges were to 28 MPa and to 42 by: 5. The properties of the aluminum alloys, titanium alloys, nickel-based superalloys, polymer-matrix composites, and ceramic-matrix composites that are candidate materials for HSCT (High-Speed Civil Transport) structures and engines may degrade with time at the elevated temperatures associated with the operation of the aircraft.
Isothermal and thermomechanical fatigue (TMF) behaviour (including cyclic stress response and number of cycles to failure) of a Ti – Al – Sn – Zr – Mo – Si – Nd (wt-%) hightemperature titanium alloy was by: 4. Thermomechanical Fatigue Damage/Failure Mechanisms in SCS-6/Timetal 21S [0/90]s Composite Michael G. Castelli NYMA, Inc. Engineering Services Division Aerospace Parkway Brook Park, Ohio ABSTRACT The thermomechanical fatigue (TMF) deformation, damage, and life behaviors of SCS-6/Timetal 21S [0/90Is were investigated under zero-tension.
A study was conducted to investigate the fatigue behavior of a cross-ply metal matrix composite subjected to fully-reversed, strain-controlled fatigue cycling at elevated temperature. The stress-strain response, maximum and minimum stresses, and modulus during cycling were analyzed to characterize the macro-mechanical : B. P. Sanders, S. Mall, L. B. Dennis. Failure mechanisms during isothermal fatigue of SiC/TiAlNb composites Brindley, P.K; Bartolotta, P.A An approach to fatigue life modeling in titanium-matrix composites.
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Failure mechanisms during isothermal fatigue of unidirectional SiC/TiANb (at.%) composites have been determined by microstructural analysis of samples from tests interrupted prior to the end of life and from tests conducted to by: Failure mechanisms during isothermal fatigue of unidirectional SiC/TiAlNb (at.%) composites have been determined by microstructural analysis of samples from tests interrupted prior to the end of life and from tests conducted to failure.
Get this from a library. Failure mechanisms during isothermal fatigue of SiC/TiAlNb composites. [P K Brindley; Paul A Bartolotta; United States. National Aeronautics and. Failure mechanisms during isothermal fatigue of unidirectional SiC/TiAlNb (at.%) composites have been determined by microstructural analysis of samples from tests interrupted prior to the end of life and from tests conducted to : P.
Bartolotta and P. Brindley. necessary for complete understanding of fatigue behavior and damage mechanisms. The current study examined the fatigue response of unidirectional SiC/TiAlNb isothermally fatigued at and °C. The influence of test methodology (strain- versus load-control) on failure mechanisms was also a major topic of this investigation.
This study is. This study systematically investigated the failure modes and associated damage in a cross-ply, (0/90)2s SCS6/Ti metal matrix composite under in-phase and out-of-phase thermomechanic fatigue.
Load-controlled isothermal and non-isothermal fatigue lives of a [0°] 8 SiC/Ti were evaluated at temperatures between and °C and a target strain range of about %. In non-isothermal fatigue tests, load was first cycled at minimum temperature and then temperature was cycled at Cited by: 4.
Constituent damage mechanisms in metal matrix composites under fatigue loading, and their effects on fatigue life Bhaskar S.
Majumdar, Golam M. Newaz Pages Fatigue behavior and modeling of short fiber reinforced polymer composites. isothermal fatigue, thermo-mechanical fatigue and creep–fatigue interaction.
modelling works and failure. Abstract. Fatigue crack growth testing has been applied to boron/Ti-6Al-4V composites in order to investigate simultaneously crack propagation mechanisms during the fatigue Cited by: 3. Specimens that achieved fatigue run-out were subjected to tensile tests to failure to characterize the retained tensile properties.
The material retained % of its tensile strength. Reductions in tensile modulus and in compressive modulus were negligible. Composite microstructure, as well as damage and failure mechanisms were by: 4.
The failure indicator or criterion of thermal fatigue is usually strain rather than stress. Thermal fatigue life is determined mainly by material ductility rather than material strength.
Thermal fatigue can be HCF or LCF, depending on the magnitude of thermal stress compared to the yield strength of the material.
time temperature failure analysis of composites. Time-temperature failure analysis of. deformation changes from an isothermal process at : Padmanabhan Krishnan. The influence of thermal cycling and isothermal exposures in air on the residual ambient temperature strength of SCS-6/TiMoNb-3AlSi (weight percent) metal-matrix composites comprised of 4 and [0/90]s laminates has been determined.
A maximum temperature of °C was used in thermal cycling and isothermal exposure. Temperature range, cycle count, Cited by: Fatigue Behavior of the Composite The results of fatigue tests on the composite are summarized in table As the fatigue data on composite were generated using a load-controlled test system, a stress based comparison of the composite and the matrix alloy will be presented first (fig.
7).At "C the fatigue life of the composite is more than 10 times greater than that of the matrix alloy at. Investigation of failure mechanisms in aged aerospace composites Article in Engineering Failure Analysis 11(2) April with 17 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Stress versus cycles to failure curves were generated for predicting the lifetime of Nicalon (TM)/CAS composites, and the IR camera measured the temperature changes during high-cycle fatigue testing. Abstract: Structural aircraft components are often subjected to more than loading cycles during their service life.
Therefore the increasing use of carbon fiber reinforced polymers (CFRP) as primary lightweight structural materials leads to the demand of a precise knowledge of the fatigue behavior and the corresponding failure mechanisms in the very high cycle fatigue (VHCF) range.
In the present study, the out-of-phase thermomechanical fatigue (OP-TMF) behavior of a cast aluminum-silicon-magnesium alloy, the A alloy which has been widely used in diesel engine cylinder heads, is compared to room-temperature and high-temperature low cycle fatigue (RT- HT-LCF) behaviors.
For this purpose, strain/temperature-controlled isothermal and non-isothermal fatigue Cited by: 2. The response of a quasi-isotropic laminate of metal matrix composite, SCS-6/Ti in a thermomechanical fatigue (TMF) environment was investigated.
To achieve this, three sets of fatigue tests were conducted: 1) in-phase TMF (IP-TMF), 2) out-of-phase TMF (OP-TMF), and 3) isothermal fatigue Cited by: 6. ISOTHERMAL FATIGUE, DAMAGE ACCUMULATION, AND LIFE PREDICTION OF A WOVEN PMC ANDREW L.
GYEKENYESI ABSTRACT This dissertation focuses on the characterization of the fully reversed fatigue behavior exhibited by a carbon fiber/polyimide resin, woven laminate at room and elevated tempera-tures.Isothermal Fatigue Behavior and Damage Modeling of a High Temperature Woven PMC A. L. Gyekenyesi.
and Beaumont, P. W. R.,“Damage Accumulation During Fatigue of Composites,” Proceedings, International Conference on Composite Materials IV, Tokyo. Isothermal Fatigue Behavior and Damage Modeling of a High Temperature Woven by: 2. The use of polymer composites in various engineering applications has become state of the art.
This multi-author volume provides a useful summary of updated knowledge on polymer composites in general, practically integrating experimental studies, theoretical analyses and computational modeling at different scales, i. e., from nano- to macroscale.4/5(1).