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Crack Initiation Life Analysis in Notched Pipe Under Cyclic Bending Loads

굽힘피로 하중을 받는 배관의 피로균열 발생수명 예측

Gwak, Sang-Rok;Lee, Jun-Seong;Kim, Yeong-Jin;Park, Yun-Won
곽상록;이준성;김영진;박윤원

  • Published : 2001.10.01

Abstract

In order to improve Leak-Be(ore-Break methodology, more precisely the crack growth evaluation, a round robin analysis was proposed by the CEA Saclay. The aim of this analysis was to evaluate the crack initiation life, penetration life and shape of through wall crack under cyclic bending loads. The proposed round robin analysis is composed of three main topic; fatigue crack initiation, crack propagation and crack penetration. This paper deals with the first topic, crack initiation in a notched pipe under four point bending. Both elastic-plastic finite element analysis and Neuber's rule were used to estimate the crack initiation life and the finite element models were verified by mesh-refinement, stress distribution and global deflection. In elastic-plastic finite element analysis, crack initiation life was determined by strain amplitude at the notch tip and strain-life curve of the material. In the analytical method, Neuber's rule with the consideration of load history and mean stress effect, was used for the life estimation. The effect of notch tip radius, strain range, cyclic hardening rule were examined in this study. When these results were compared with the experimental ones, the global deformation was a good agreement but the crack initiation cycle was higher than the experimental result.

Keywords

Four Point Bending;Leak-Before-Break;Cyclic-Curve;Strain-life Curve

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