Fatigue behavior of composite materials. Reifsnider, K. International Journal of Fracture, 16(6):563–583.
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While various expected and accepted interpretations of the term “fatigue behavior” exist for homogeneous materials, especially metals, “fatigue behavior” of composite materials is not well defined—or understood. Generally speaking, one can discuss that topic by addressing the change in residual strength, life, and stiffness during cyclic (or otherwise variable) load histories. The present discussion will begin by defining the “problem” of fatigue behavior of composite materials, after which a representative spectrum of physical observations will be cited and models of the behavior presented. Both unnotched and notched behavior will be discussed. A brief section will deal with interpretations of data and statistical data handling schemes. Frontiers of the field will be identified. While the paper is presented in the spirit of a discussion of physical behavior rather than a review of the literature, representative work of numerous investigators is cited.
@article{reifsnider_fatigue_nodate,
	title = {Fatigue behavior of composite materials},
	volume = {16},
	issn = {0376-9429, 1573-2673},
	url = {http://link.springer.com.docelec.insa-lyon.fr/article/10.1007/BF02265218},
	doi = {10.1007/BF02265218},
	abstract = {While various expected and accepted interpretations of the term “fatigue behavior” exist for homogeneous materials, especially metals, “fatigue behavior” of composite materials is not well defined—or understood. Generally speaking, one can discuss that topic by addressing the change in residual strength, life, and stiffness during cyclic (or otherwise variable) load histories. The present discussion will begin by defining the “problem” of fatigue behavior of composite materials, after which a representative spectrum of physical observations will be cited and models of the behavior presented. Both unnotched and notched behavior will be discussed. A brief section will deal with interpretations of data and statistical data handling schemes. Frontiers of the field will be identified. While the paper is presented in the spirit of a discussion of physical behavior rather than a review of the literature, representative work of numerous investigators is cited.},
	language = {en},
	number = {6},
	urldate = {2017-01-09TZ},
	journal = {International Journal of Fracture},
	author = {Reifsnider, Kenneth},
	pages = {563--583}
}
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