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Materials Database

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REFERENCES FOR MATERIAL DATABASE CONTENT

Processed and included in the database
  • Bäumel, A., Seeger, T.: Materials data for cyclic loading – Supplement 1. Amsterdam: Elsevier; 1990.
  • Boller, C., Seeger, T.: Materials data for cyclic loading, Part A - Unalloyed steels, Elsevier, Amsterdam 1987.
  • Boller, C., Seeger, T.: Materials data for cyclic loading, Part B - Low-alloy steels, Elsevier, Amsterdam 1987.
  • Boller, C., Seeger, T.: Materials data for cyclic loading, Part C - High-alloy steels, Elsevier, Amsterdam 1987.
  • Boller, C., Seeger, T.: Materials data for cyclic loading, Part D, Elsevier, Amsterdam 1987.
  • Boller, C., Seeger, T.: Materials data for cyclic loading, Part E, Elsevier, Amsterdam 1987.

Obtained and under preparation
  • Kim, K.S.; Chen, X.; Han, C.; Lee, H.W.: Estimation methods for fatigue properties of steels under axial and torsional loading // International Journal of Fatigue, 24 (2002) ; 783-793
  • Landgraf, R.W.: Cyclic deformation and fatigue behavior of hardened steels // T.&A.M. Report No.320, University of Illinois, Urbana, 1968.
  • Meggiolaro, M.A.; Castro, J.T.P.: Statistical evaluation of strain-life fatigue crack initiation predictions // International Journal of Fatigue, 26 (2004) ; 463-476
  • Ong, J.H.: An evaluation of existing methods for the prediction of axial fatigue life from tensile data // International Journal of Fatigue, 15 (1993) ; 13-19
  • Reis, L.; Li, B. ; Freitas, M.: Biaxial fatigue for proportional and non-proportional loading paths // Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures, 27 (2004) ; 775-784
  • Roessle, M.L.; Fatemi, A.: Strain-controlled fatigue properties of steels and some simple approximations // International Journal of Fatigue, 22 (2000) ; 495-511
  • SAE Standard J1099: Technical Report on Low Cycle Fatigue Properties Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Materials, June, 1998.
  • Thielen, P.N.: Fatigue studies on 4140 quenched and tempered steel // Dissertation, Northwestern University, Evanston, 1975.

GENERAL REFERENCES

  • Basan, R.: Fatigue and damage of the gear tooth flank. Dissertation (in Croatian). Rijeka: Faculty of Engineering, University of Rijeka; 2009.
  • Basan, R., Rubeša, D., Franulović, M., Križan, B.: A novel approach to the estimation of strain life fatigue parameters. Procedia Engineering 2010;2:417–426.
  • Basan, R., Franulović, M., Prebil, I., Črnjarić-Žic, N.: Analysis of strain-life fatigue parameters and behaviour of different groups of metallic materials. Int J Fatigue 2011;33:484–491.
  • Jeon, W.S., Song, J.H.: An expert system for estimation of fatigue properties of metallic materials. Int J Fatigue 2002;24:685–698.
  • Lee, K.S., Song, J.H.: An expert system for estimation of fatigue properties from simple tensile data or hardness. J ASTM International 2009;6:1:1–15.
  • Manson, S.S.: Fatigue: A complex subject – Some simple approximations. Exp Mech SESA 1965; 5, 7:193–226.
  • Meggiolaro, M.A., Castro, J.T.P.: Statistical evaluation of strain-life fatigue crack initiation predictions. Int J Fatigue 2004;26:463–476.
  • Muralidharan, U., Manson, S.S.: A modified universal slopes equation for estimation of fatigue characteristics of metals. J Engng Mater Techn 1988;110:55–58.
  • Ong, J.H.: An improved technique for the prediction of axial fatigue life from tensile data. Int J Fatigue 1993;15:213–219.
  • Park, J.H., Song, J.H.: Detailed evaluation of methods for estimation of fatigue properties. Int J Fatigue 1995;17:5:365–373.
  • Park, J.H., Song, J.H., Lee, T., Lee, K.S.: Implementation of expert system on estimation of fatigue properties from monotonic mechanical properties including hardness. Procedia Engineering 2010;2:1263–1272.
  • Roessle, M.L., Fatemi, A.: Strain-controlled fatigue properties of steels and some simple approximations. Int J Fatigue 2000;22:495–511.
  • Socie, D.F., Mitchell, M.R., Caulfield, E.M.: Fundamentals of modern fatigue analysis – FCP Report. Urbana: University of Illinois; 1977.

LINKS TO OTHER MATERIAL DATA AND KNOWLEDGE RESOURCES


PUBLISHED PAPERS - FULLTEXTS

Basan, R., Franulović, M., Domagoj, R., Prebil, I.:
Implementation of strain-life fatigue parameters estimation methods in a web-based system. Procedia Engineering. 10 (2011) ; 2369-2374

Abstract
In order to address problems connected with the choice of a proper material during early stages of product development when limited or no experimental data on candidate materials are available, a web-based information system consisting of material properties database and expert system for the estimation of cyclic and fatigue material parameters has been established. Material properties database is user-expandable and draws mainly on existing, published literature sources and results of relevant research. Besides the well-established estimation methods and the methodology for their evaluation, the results of own research in the form of a newly proposed approach and method for the estimation of strain-life fatigue parameters as well as the methodology for the evaluation of estimation methods are incorporated in the system as well.

Keywords: strain life; parameter estimation; database; expert-system; web-based

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Main bulding of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod, Croatia

1962 the Centre for Part-time Study in Engineering in Slavonski Brod was established with support of former Technical College in Zagreb
1975 the University of Osijek was established; the Centre for Engineering Study in Slavonski Brod was one of the University founders
1983 upon reorganisation of the Đuro Đaković Institute of Mechanical Engineering, there was the Institute of Mechanical Engineering – Mechanical Engineering Faculty established, within which the Faculty started its scientific research activities and teaching at the former VI/1 level (professional studies)
1986 the Faculty became eligible to carry out university study for the degree of graduated engineer in the field of Mechanical Engineering (within former system of higher education)
1994 in cooperation with the Faculty of Civil Engineering and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, the Faculty started with publication of the journal Technical Gazette, which is nowadays indexed in the SCI Expanded Database
1998 the Faculty obtained a license to carry out university postgraduate study programme within Technical Sciences-Mechanical Engineering, with orientations in Production Systems and Production Technologies
2005 reform of study programmes according to Bologna principles, university undergraduate and graduate studies organised in cycles of 3,5+1,5, with four orientation programmes
2006 obtained licence from the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports to carry out Postgraduate doctoral study with three orientation modules
2007 obtained licence from the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports to carry out Postgraduate professional study with four orientation modules
2009 the Faculty became involved as a partner in three CEEPUS programs, international cooperation has been intensified and the first ERASMUS mobility at the University level was realised by the Faculty member
2010 obtained licence from the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports to carry out university undergraduate and graduate study in Mechanical Engineering according to 3+2 cycles (earlier 3,5+1,5), with four orientation programmes
2011 the Faculty Alumni Club has been established
2012 licence to carry out new university graduate study in Power Engineering has been achieved.

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