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Book with cyclic coefficient (K') and expoent (n') of cast iron

Book with cyclic coefficient (K') and expoent (n') of cast iron

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Hello everyone,

I'm performing some fatigue calculations and need some material properties as cyclic coefficient (K') and cyclic exponent (n') for cast iron, but this informations is really difficult to find at internet. Then, somebody can help me with the name of some book about materials with this informations?

Thanks in advance,
Henry.

RE: Book with cyclic coefficient (K') and expoent (n') of cast iron


Iron Castings Handbook: Covering Data on Gray, Malleable, Ductile, White,alloy and Compacted Graphite Irons Hardcover – 1981
by Charles F Walton (Editor), Timothy J. Opar (Editor)

Available on Amazon.

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RE: Book with cyclic coefficient (K') and expoent (n') of cast iron

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Thank you! I've found!

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