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Modeling of Fatigue Crack Propagation During Sliding Wear of Polymers

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Keyanoush Sadeghipour, George Baran, Hanqing Zhang, Wei Wu

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Temple University, 1947 N. 12th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122

J. Eng. Mater. Technol 125(2), 97-106 (Apr 04, 2003) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1543967 History: Received June 11, 2001; Revised July 02, 2002; Online April 04, 2003
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Scanning laser confocal microscopic image of surface breaking cracks
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Scanning laser confocal microscopic image of surface breaking cracks with some material loss due to pitting
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Schematic diagram of a branched vertical crack
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(a) Finite element model of a cylinder sliding on a material with a branched vertical crack (b) Closeup view of the mesh surrounding the crack path
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(a) Variation of the mode I (KI) and II (KII) stress intensity factors with crack depth (C1) and cylinder position XC for material B2 (b) Variation of the Mode I (KI) and II (KII) stress intensity factors with crack depth (C1) and cylinder position XC for material B2skd
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(ac) Variations of KI and KII with crack length C2 and cylinder position XC after the crack has branched in the direction of the declined line of path (for B2)
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(ac) Variations of KI and KII with crack length C2 and cylinder position XC after the crack has branched in the direction of the declined line of path (for B2skd)
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(ab) Variations of crack propagation rates with crack tip locations
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(ab) Fatigue lives of the material or the number of contact cycles versus crack length

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