The tensile impact fatigue strength of a cast and wrought steel was investigated. It was shown that this property is more sensitive to the orientation of internal defects relative to the applied stress than to cyclic (rotating bending) or static loads. An increase in the ultimate impact strength at lowered temperatures was pbserved.
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Yarema, S.Y., Kharish, E.L. Impact fatigue strength of cast and wrought steel 35 at room and subzero temperatures. Mater Sci 3, 318–320 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00714955
- Static Load
- Applied Stress
- Fatigue Strength
- Impact Strength