This article deals with the fatigue propagation of multiple cracks in finite width holed panels, which are typical of aircraft structural components. Theoretical studies in the literature have been considered and critically analyzed. Some of them have been translated into analytical models and implemented in a computer code. To check the effectiveness of the used models, a fatigue testing campaign has been conducted on six different configurations of notches and cracks. The comparison between experimental results and those obtained from the implemented models has shown a good agreement.

Fatigue crack growth of multiple interacting cracks: Analytical models and experimental validation

Galatolo, R.
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Lazzeri, R.
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2018

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This article deals with the fatigue propagation of multiple cracks in finite width holed panels, which are typical of aircraft structural components. Theoretical studies in the literature have been considered and critically analyzed. Some of them have been translated into analytical models and implemented in a computer code. To check the effectiveness of the used models, a fatigue testing campaign has been conducted on six different configurations of notches and cracks. The comparison between experimental results and those obtained from the implemented models has shown a good agreement.
Galatolo, R.; Lazzeri, R.
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