Crack path in advanced materials: experimental and modelling techniques
Raffaele Sepe, University of Salerno, Italy
Venanzio Giannella, University of Salerno, Italy
America Califano, University of Salerno, Italy
Keywords: experimental test, corrosion-fatigue, hydrogen assisted cracking, crack propagation, numerical methods
Advanced materials such as high-strength steels, composites, AM metals and polymers, play a crucial role in many industrial sectors such as aerospace, automotive, transportation, as civil and medical ones as well as for sports and leisure applications. Their fatigue crack propagation and fracture behaviour strongly depend, case-by-case, on the specific treatments or material combinations and, therefore, the established testing methods may not be thoroughly applicable for all case studies.
Contributions to this Thematic Symposium about novel experimental approaches for fatigue crack propagation and fracture of the advanced materials and combinations of testing and numerical modelling are welcome.
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