The progress in fretting fatigue understanding and predictability is reviewed, with engineering applications in mind. While industrial assessments often relies on simple empirical parameters, research in fretting fatigue should allow the design engineer to improve confidence in the fretting fatigue analysis. Fretting fatigue cracks often form in multiaxial stress fields with severe gradients under the contact area, and are inherently difficult to predict. By describing the fretting stress gradients using comparisons with the mechanical fields surrounding cracks and notches, crack nucleation threshold conditions and finite life can efficiently be determined. Also, non-local stress intensity multipliers provide promising tools for the industrial finite element analysis, often involving complex geometries and loading conditions. The use of multiaxial fatigue criteria to determine fretting fatigue nucleation life is also reviewed. Researchers have shown that critical plane calculations with some stress-averaging method can predict fretting fatigue crack initiation. However, the frictional interface causes non-proportional loading paths, and the application of critical plane methods is not straight forward. © 2018

Predicting fretting fatigue in engineering design / Sunde, S. L.; Berto, Filippo; Haugen, B.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FATIGUE. - ISSN 0142-1123. - 117:(2018), pp. 314-326. [10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2018.08.028]

Predicting fretting fatigue in engineering design

Berto Filippo;
2018

Abstract

The progress in fretting fatigue understanding and predictability is reviewed, with engineering applications in mind. While industrial assessments often relies on simple empirical parameters, research in fretting fatigue should allow the design engineer to improve confidence in the fretting fatigue analysis. Fretting fatigue cracks often form in multiaxial stress fields with severe gradients under the contact area, and are inherently difficult to predict. By describing the fretting stress gradients using comparisons with the mechanical fields surrounding cracks and notches, crack nucleation threshold conditions and finite life can efficiently be determined. Also, non-local stress intensity multipliers provide promising tools for the industrial finite element analysis, often involving complex geometries and loading conditions. The use of multiaxial fatigue criteria to determine fretting fatigue nucleation life is also reviewed. Researchers have shown that critical plane calculations with some stress-averaging method can predict fretting fatigue crack initiation. However, the frictional interface causes non-proportional loading paths, and the application of critical plane methods is not straight forward. © 2018
2018
crack initiation; cracks; deformation; fatigue crack propagation; forecasting; industrial research; nucleation; stress analysis; welds, asymptotic method; contact mechanics; critical planes; fretting; fretting fatigues; fretting map; notch analogue, fatigue of materials; asymptotic methods; contact mechanics; crack analogue; crack initiation; critical plane; fretting; fretting fatigue; fretting maps; notch analogue
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Predicting fretting fatigue in engineering design / Sunde, S. L.; Berto, Filippo; Haugen, B.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FATIGUE. - ISSN 0142-1123. - 117:(2018), pp. 314-326. [10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2018.08.028]
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