Here is the listing of Best reference books on Fatigue, Fracture and Failure Analysis.
|1. “Fatigue Failure of Metals” by S. Kocanda
Book Review: This book studies the phenomena of fatigue in metals thereby concentrating on the formation and growth rate of the cracks. The book also provides an understanding of the sphere of metal fatigue. The book in addition also contains the result of micrographic studies and very interesting micrographs of dislocation structures. The book also carries out the critical analysis of various notions related to the fatigue failure of metals.The book also includes new facts and findings that are done in this field.
|2. “Elementary Engineering Fracture Mechanics” by D. Broek|
|3. “Fracture and Fatigue Control in Structure” by S.T. Rolfe and J.M. Barsom
Book Review: This book deals with controlling fracture and fatigue failures in all types of structures. The book also provides introduction to the field of fracture mechanics from the point of an application. The book also stresses on the life extension of existing structures as well as demonstrates many case studies that present the applications of fracture mechanics. This book is useful for practicing engineers as well as graduate students. The book also demonstrates the development of fracture for different types of structures like bridges, planes, pipelines, ships, buildings and many more.
|4. “Metal Fatigue and Fracture Testing and Analysis” by Ziegler Brett|
|5. “Fracture, Fatigue, Failure, and Damage Evolution” by Jay Carroll|
|6. “Failure Analysis of Engineering Materials” by Charles R. Brooks|
|7. “Metal Failures: Mechanisms, Analysis, Prevention” by Arthur J. McEvily|
|8. “Metallurgical Failure Analysis” by Charlie R. Brooks|
|9. “Metallography in Failure Analysis” by McCall|
|10. “Risk and Failure Analysis for Improved Performance and Reliability” by John J. Burke|
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