Aircraft Structural Fatigue. Proceedings of a Symposium held in Melbourne on 19-20 October, 1976.
AERONAUTICAL RESEARCH LABS MELBOURNE (AUSTRALIA)
Contents Safety against fatigue in flight-a perspective of Australian experience and research Mechanisms of fatigue and fracture Fracture mechanics fundamentals with reference to aircraft structural applications Flight load research at ARL Gust measurements and the N sub 0 problem Development of a load sequence for a structural fatigue test Fatigue SN data in relation to variability in predicted life Structural fatigue testing Current developments in the life of aircraft structures Aircraft structural life monitoring and the problem of corrosion NDI and the detection of fatigue The development of the theory of structural fatigue Aircraft structural reliability and risk theory-a review Load interaction effects in fatigue crack propagation A model of crack-tip behaviour for fatigue life determination. Fatigue-crack growth and fracture in D6AC steel Fibre composite reinforcement of cracked aircraft structures The influence of the water vapour content and the temperature of an air environment on the fatigue behaviour of SAE 4340 steel and The use of adherent aluminium foils for fatigue metering.