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000161591 02470 $$2ISI$$a000287643200059
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000161591 245__ $$aFatigue and cyclic creep of replicated microcellular aluminium
000161591 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2011
000161591 269__ $$a2011
000161591 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000161591 520__ $$aThe cyclic behaviour of 400 mu m pore size replicated aluminium foam is assessed in tension-tension fatigue with a stress ratio equal to 0.1, keeping the load amplitude constant, for relative density values comprised between 0.175 and 0.220. The number of cycles to failure ranges from 6 x 10(2) (lowest relative density) to 5 x 10(6) (highest relative density). The foams display cyclic creep coupled with a strong influence of relative density on their general fatigue performance. Data analysis shows that the foam fatigue behaviour is dominated by cyclic creep, which governs both the deformation and the fatigue life of the cycled specimens, yielding characteristics globally in line with what is expected knowing the metal making the foam. (C) 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
000161591 6531_ $$aPorous materials
000161591 6531_ $$aCellular materials
000161591 6531_ $$aFatigue
000161591 6531_ $$aCellular Al-Alloy
000161591 6531_ $$aMechanical-Properties
000161591 6531_ $$aUniaxial Deformation
000161591 6531_ $$aCompression Fatigue
000161591 6531_ $$aRoom-Temperature
000161591 6531_ $$aPure Aluminum
000161591 6531_ $$aFoam
000161591 6531_ $$aBehavior
000161591 6531_ $$aFailure
000161591 6531_ $$aMetals
000161591 700__ $$aSoubielle, Sébastien
000161591 700__ $$aSalvo, Luc
000161591 700__ $$0240145$$aDiologent, Frédéric$$g168992
000161591 700__ $$0240159$$aMortensen, Andreas$$g112836
000161591 773__ $$j528$$k6$$q2657-2663$$tMaterials Science and Engineering: A
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