FATIGUE-CRACK PROPAGATION IN HEAT-RESISTANT ALLOYS UNDER THERMOMECHANICAL LOADING. PART 2. A METHOD OF ACCOUNTING FOR THE INFLUENCE OF THERMOMECHANICAL LOADING ON THE MATERIAL RESISTANCE TO FATIGUE-CRACK GROWTH
FATIGUE-LIFE PREDICTIONS INCLUDING THE EFFECTS OF HOLD TIME AND MULTIAXIAL LOADS ON CRACK-COALESCENCE BEHAVIOR*
SURFACE STRESSES IN A LAYER. EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND IMPURITIES ON STRENGTH
THE INFLUENCE OF LONG OPERATION ON FATIGUE STRENGTH OF PIPE STEEL
INFLUENCE OF PRELIMINARY PLASTIC DEFORMATION ON THE LOW-CYCLE FATIGUE OF A TITANIUM ALLOY UNDER CONDITIONS OF DEEP COOLING
PREDICTION OF THE LONG-TERM STRENGTH OF VARIOUS CLASSES OF METALLIC MATERIALS
INTERRELATION BETWEEN MICROMECHANISMS OF STRUCTURAL REARRANGEMENT OF VT18U TITANIUM ALLOY IN FATIGUE FRACTURE
EFFECT OF DEFORMATION RATE ON THE STRENGTH AND DEFORMABILITY OF ALLOYS AT 4.2 K
FREE VIBRATION OF THE AXIALLY LOADED SYSTEM OF TWO BEAMS CONNECTED BY A TWO-DIRECTIONAL VISCOELASTIC INTERLAYER
EFFECT OF CLOSURE OF THE TIP OF A FATIGUE CRACK ON THE ASYMMETRY OF LOADING CYCLES AND ON THE THRESHOLDS OF CRACK RESISTANCE
ESTIMATION OF THE EFFICIENCY OF METHODS AIMED AT INCREASING THE FATIGUE RESISTANCE OF WELDED JOINTS UNDER IMPACT LOADING AT LOW TEMPERATURES
SHEAR-WAVE PROPAGATION IN A SEMI-INFINITE VISCOELASTOPLASTIC PLATE INDUCED BY IMPULSE LOADING*
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
STRENGTH OF MATERIALSSTRENGTH OF MATERIALS