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Title: Determination of Residual Fatigue Life of Welded Structures at Bucket-Wheel Excavators through the Use of Fracture Mechanics
Authors: Arsić M.
Bošnjak S.
Gnjatovic N.
Sedmak, Simon
Arsić, Dušan
Savić Z.
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: © 2018 The Authors. This paper presents a methodological approach for the assessment of service life of vital welded structures of a bucket-wheel excavator Sch Rs 650/5x24 ('Thyssen Krupp', Germany) boom, subjected to cyclic loading with a variable amplitude through the use of experimental tests carried out in order to determine operational strength and growth of a fatigue crack. Realized researches and results presented in this paper offer great possibilities for the analyses of behaviour of vital welded structures of the bucket-wheel boom. By the application of the measurement device with 8 channels for registration and processing of electric signals HBM Spider 8 and measurement tapes HBM 6/350xXY31 deformations were measured at vital welded structures of the boom in the area of the bucket-wheel, made of steels St 37.2 and St 52.3 in accordance with standard DIN 17100, or steels S235J2G3 and S355J2G3 in accordance with standard EN 10025-2. The objective of the test is to determine if there is a possibility of occurrence of plastic deformations or initial cracks due to fatigue at vital welded structures. Tests that refer to the growth of the fatigue crack located at the welded joint have been carried out by bending at three points with asymmetric load R = 0.5 (R = σ min / σ max ) at the specimen with a single edge notch. Tests were performed through the use of controlled force, ranging between F max and F min at the high-frequency pulsator 'Cracktronic', while obtainment of data regarding the crack growth was carried out through the use of measurement gauge ARM A-10.
Type: conferenceObject
DOI: 10.1016/j.prostr.2018.12.014
SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-85064603970
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Engineering, Kragujevac

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