Bonded and prestressed fatigue crack retarders based on Fe-SMA

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OriginalspracheEnglisch
Aufsatznummer108301
Seitenumfang11
FachzeitschriftInternational journal of fatigue
Jahrgang184
Frühes Online-Datum26 März 2024
PublikationsstatusElektronisch veröffentlicht (E-Pub) - 26 März 2024

Abstract

A bonded and prestressed retarder concept is proposed in this work. The shape memory effect of an iron-based shape memory alloy (Fe-SMA) has been exploited to realize a desirable self-prestressing mechanism, resulting in compressive stresses in the parent structure. The synergistic prestressing and added fail-safe features of bonded and prestressed Fe-SMA retarders desirably restrain the fatigue crack growth. The fatigue crack growth behaviour in metallic plates reinforced with bonded and prestressed retarders is experimentally studied in this work. A test campaign has been implemented to investigate the effects of prestressing, as well as the influence of the relative location between the Fe-SMA retarders and the initial crack tip on the crack growth behaviour and fatigue crack life extension. The experimental results show that the prestressing of retarders desirably extends the fatigue crack growth life. More extension in fatigue life can be achieved by positioning the bonded prestressed retarders from 40 to 20 mm before the initial crack tip, the desirable retardation due to beneficial compressive prestressing and added load path on the small crack is significant. The findings in this work imply that it is beneficial to proactively reinforce the fatigue-prone locations in metallic structures with bonded and prestressed Fe-SMA retarders in order to extend the service life.

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Bonded and prestressed fatigue crack retarders based on Fe-SMA. / Wang, Wandong; Guo, Xinlu; Zhou, Wei et al.
in: International journal of fatigue, Jahrgang 184, 108301, 07.2024.

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Wang, W., Guo, X., Zhou, W., Ma, Y., Motavalli, M., & Ghafoori, E. (2024). Bonded and prestressed fatigue crack retarders based on Fe-SMA. International journal of fatigue, 184, Artikel 108301. Vorabveröffentlichung online. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2024.108301
Wang W, Guo X, Zhou W, Ma Y, Motavalli M, Ghafoori E. Bonded and prestressed fatigue crack retarders based on Fe-SMA. International journal of fatigue. 2024 Jul;184:108301. Epub 2024 Mär 26. doi: 10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2024.108301
Wang, Wandong ; Guo, Xinlu ; Zhou, Wei et al. / Bonded and prestressed fatigue crack retarders based on Fe-SMA. in: International journal of fatigue. 2024 ; Jahrgang 184.
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