Damage in Material and Life Analysis


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Damage in Material and Life Analysis
1010302101030110107061030200 Damage in Material and Life AnalysisMaterials resist any imposed force. Mechanical structure made of any material develops internal resistance to applied forces. This resistance manifests itself in two ways; a reaction force equal and opposite of the applied force and dimensional change in the structure. There is a limit of the force that can be safely sustained by the material before damage. When this force is larger than the capability of the material to sustain the load then result may be large distortion, development of cracks and breakag…
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Murari P. Singh, Ph.D.; Michael J. Drosjack, Ph.D.; David H. Linden: Expanders for Oil and Gas Operations: Design, Applications, and Troubleshooting. Damage in Material and Life Analysis, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export