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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Failure, and a Career That is Anything But: An LMD Symposium Honoring J. Wayne Jones
Presentation Title Accelerating Understanding of Fatigue of Metals
Author(s) John E. Allison
On-Site Speaker (Planned) John E. Allison
Abstract Scope Failure of metals by fatigue is a subject that has continued to fascinate scientists and trouble engineers for many, many decades. For a few of these decades, the author has had the good fortune of working with the symposium honoree in this endeavor. This talk will provide an overview of many topics we have worked on together involving crack tip phenomena, small crack propagation and its use in predicting processing effects on fatigue response of metals and use of ultrasonic fatigue to rapidly characterize high cycle fatigue behavior and understand the interaction of small cracks with grain boundaries. Efforts to accelerate understanding of cyclic deformation and fatigue crack propagation using high energy diffraction methods and crystal plasticity models will be also reviewed.
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