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Title: Understanding the Effect of Residual Stresses on Surface Integrity and how to Measure them by a Non-Destructive Method PDF
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Creator: Magda, Daniel
Publisher: American Society for Engineering Education
Description: In teaching the theory of solid mechanics of metallic materials there are basically two kinds of stresses that a component can be subjected to. The first are the applied stresses generated from a loading condition that the component experiences in service. This load can be either a static or dynamic where the stresses are easily determined by traditional strength of materials equations, continuum mechanics or by finite element analysis. The second type of mechanical stress that occurs in materials is classified as residual stresses. These are the stresses that remain in the material after all the applied loads are removed. Mechanical engineering and engineering technology students have a difficult time understanding the generation of residual stresses, measuring them and their overall effect on design life. Residual stresses typically come from non-uniform plastic flow due to some previous loading or manufacturing process. Some of these processes are but not limited to casting, machining, welding, grinding, shot peening, quenching, nonuniform cold working such as twisting, bending, forging and drawing.
LC Classification: Bibliography. Library science. Information resources (General) -- Subject bibliography -- Education -- Special topics, A-Z -- Engineering education
Technology -- Mechanical engineering and machinery -- General works on mechanical engineering -- Laboratory practice and student manuals. Testing
Technology -- Mechanical engineering and machinery -- Machinery exclusive of prime movers -- Bearings -- General and metallic bearings
Technology -- Mechanical engineering and machinery -- Study and teaching
GEM Subject: Science -- Engineering
Vocational Education -- Trade and industrial
Key Concept: Mechanical engineering -- Stress
Mechanical engineering -- Stress analysis
Resource Type: Instructional Materials
Reading Materials
Science Materials
Teaching Guides
Format: pdf
Audience: College/University Instructors
Higher Education
Secondary Education
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Language: English
Rights: American Society for Engineering Education
Access Rights: Free access
Date Of Record Release: 2009-09-07 03:00:03 (W3C-DTF)
Date Last Modified: 2012-06-15 08:48:39 (W3C-DTF)
Source Type: ATE Center
Source: National Center for Manufacturing Education
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