Place : United Kingdom, Hampshire
Contact Person:Jane Chantler
Description:This course is designed to build participants’ background from basics to the advanced level of fatigue fracture analysis. It will cover practical-analytical aspects of fatigue failure and fracture mechanics for engineering components and structures subjected to various cyclic loading conditions. Typical fatigue problems are analyzed and methods of solution are discussed. Topics covered include: fundamental concepts of fracture mechanics and fatigue damage in materials, fatigue fracture analysis of cyclically loaded components, practical application, the stress intensity factor, fatigue and fracture data analysis, fatigue crack initiation and growth of engineering components subjected to the uniaxial and multiaxial fatigue loading conditions, fatigue damage theories, and cyclic plasticity and ratcheting response of materials. This course can either be taken over a three-day period (29-31 August 2023) for those who need to learn the fundamentals of fatigue fracture or a two-day period (30-31 August 2023) for participants who already have a knowledge of fatigue fracture. Target audience Students who need to learn the fundamentals of fatigue fracture, as well as engineers practicing in various disciplines including automobile, aerospace, pipeline and petroleum industries with a focus on stress analysis and failure of engineering components, can benefit this short course.
Deadline for abstracts/proposals : 31st December 2023
Organized By :Wessex Institute
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Venue :New Forest, UK
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