This study aimed to predict the uniaxial fatigue strength of shot peened notched specimens made of 42CrMo4 quenched and tempered steel. The Chaboche kinematic hardening rule was employed to model the cyclic plastic behaviour of the tested samples and the evolution of the residual stresses, which were measured with X-ray diffraction and then reproduced through a finite element software with a novel proposed procedure. This latter introduced a distribution of eigenstrains to reproduce the initial residual stresses and a hardening of the material to replicate the residual stresses measured after the loading for a run-out specimen. The Theory of Critical Distances combined with the Smith-Watson and Topper multiaxial fatigue criterion were then employed to predict the fatigue strength resulting in a good level of accuracy.

Elastic–plastic analysis of high load ratio fatigue tests on a shot-peened quenched and tempered steel, combining the Chaboche model and the Theory of Critical Distances

C. Santus
Primo
;
L. Romanelli
Secondo
;
T. Grossi;L. Bertini;
2023-01-01

Abstract

This study aimed to predict the uniaxial fatigue strength of shot peened notched specimens made of 42CrMo4 quenched and tempered steel. The Chaboche kinematic hardening rule was employed to model the cyclic plastic behaviour of the tested samples and the evolution of the residual stresses, which were measured with X-ray diffraction and then reproduced through a finite element software with a novel proposed procedure. This latter introduced a distribution of eigenstrains to reproduce the initial residual stresses and a hardening of the material to replicate the residual stresses measured after the loading for a run-out specimen. The Theory of Critical Distances combined with the Smith-Watson and Topper multiaxial fatigue criterion were then employed to predict the fatigue strength resulting in a good level of accuracy.
2023
Santus, C.; Romanelli, L.; Grossi, T.; Bertini, L.; Le Bone, L.; Chiesi, F.; Tognarelli., L.
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