Application of the strip yield model to crack growth predictions for structural steel

Journal title

Archive of Mechanical Engineering




vol. 57


No 1



fatigue crack growth ; prediction model ; variable amplitude loading ; structural steel

Divisions of PAS

Nauki Techniczne




Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee on Machine Building




Artykuły / Articles


ISSN 0004-0738, e-ISSN 2300-1895


A. Koning de (2004), The description of crack growth on the basis of the Strip Yield model for the computation of crack opening loads, the crack tip stretch and strain rates. ; Skorupa M., Skorupa A., Machniewicz T., Korbel A.: Calibration of the Strip Yield model for the predictions of crack growth in structural steel. Final report on the KBN project 4 T07C 018 26, AGH University of Science & Technology, Kraków 2007, (in Polish). ; Skorupa M. (2007), Application of the strip-yield model from the NASGRO software to predict fatigue crack growth in aluminium alloys under constant and variable amplitude loading, Engng Fract, 74, 291. ; Skorupa M. (2005), null. ; Skorupa M. (2005), Experimental results and predictions on fatigue crack growth in structural steel under variable amplitude loading, Int. Journal of Fatigue, 27, 1016. ; Pommier S. (2000), Bauschinger effect of alloys and plasticity-induced crack closure: a finite element analysis, Fatigue Fract Engng Mater Struct, 23, 129. ; Skorupa M. (2007), Applicability of the ASTM compliance offset method to determine crack closure levels for structural steel, Int. Journal of Fatigue, 29, 1434. ; Daniewicz S. (1994), A closed-form small-scale yielding collinear strip yield model for strain hardening materials, Engng Fract Mech, 49, 95. ; Skorupa M. (null), Experimental and theoretical investigation of fatigue crack closure in structural steel, null, 4/5, 2309. ; Machniewicz T.: Experimental analysis of fatigue crack closure in structural steel. PhD Thesis. AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków 2003, Poland (in Polish). ; Pommier S. (2001), A study of the relationship between variable level fatigue crack growth and the cyclic constitutive behaviour of steel, Int. Journal of Fatigue, 23, ; Schijve J.: Private communication (2007). ; Lang M. (2000), A model for fatigue crack growth, Fatigue Fract. Engng Mater. Struct, 23, 587. ; Bos M. (2007), Development of an improved model for predicting fatigue crack growth in aluminium alloy helicopter airframe components.