Fleck, NA and Smith, RA (1984) DISCUSSION OF MECHANISMS OF ACCELERATED AND RETARDED FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH. pp. 1823-1829.Full text not available from this repository.
The relevance of the effective stress intensity range to crack growth is considered for constant and for variable amplitude loading. The accelerated and retarded growth associated with simple programmed loadings is reported for two steels and an aluminium alloy. The load interaction effects are due to several competing mechanisms, and not due to the single, popular mechanism of crack closure.
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