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Multi-partner benchmark experiment of fatigue crack growth measurements. Experimental benchmark on fatigue crack growth with mixed mode aspect and plasticity effect

Abstract : The design of reliable structures and the estimation of the residual fatigue life of industrial parts containing flaws or cracks rely on our ability to predict the propagation of fatigue cracks. Whereas in industrial component cracks might have a complex path due to geometry and loading, lab experiments used for identifying crack propagation law are often in pure mode I. The paper presents a synthesis of an experimental benchmark performed in the
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Raphaël Langlois, Raphael Cusset, Jerome Hosdez, Vincent Bonnand, Benoît Blaysat, et al.. Multi-partner benchmark experiment of fatigue crack growth measurements. Experimental benchmark on fatigue crack growth with mixed mode aspect and plasticity effect. 2020. ⟨hal-02877391⟩

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