The specific features of fatigue curves obtained for specimens undergoing fretting corrosion are discussed, and an accelerated method of constructing fatigue curves of this kind is proposed. The method is based on the known criteria (α and Nk) of the fatigue strength and on the results of fatigue tests on steels OKhNZM, 10, 65G and other materials.
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Stepanov, V.N. Specific features of the fatigue curves under fretting corrosion conditions. Mater Sci 3, 203–205 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00714774
- Fatigue Strength
- Fatigue Test
- Fatigue Curve
- Corrosion Condition