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About: Shot peening is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 5548 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 71101 citation(s).
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Abstract: The current status of research and development on laser shock processing of metals, also known as laser peening, using Q-switched high power lasers is reviewed. The influence of processing parameters on the laser-induced shock waves in metal components are discussed and analyzed. Special attention is paid to the residual stresses and improved fatigue performance from laser peening, which are compared with conventional shot peening results. Modification of microstructure, surface morphology, hardness, and strength by laser peening is also discussed. Finally, applications of laser peening are addressed. Results to date indicate that laser peening has great potential as a means of improving the mechanical performance of components.

814 citations


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09 Oct 1998-Acta Materialia
Abstract: A general methodology is proposed for the determination of surface residual stresses and residual plastic strains using instrumented sharp indentation. The residual stresses and the residual plastic strains are assumed to be equibiaxial and uniform over a depth (beneath the indented surface) which is at least several times larger than the indentation contact diameter. The indenter load and geometry can be so chosen as to minimize or maximize the contact radius to seek the broadest range of applicability and validity of the proposed method by recourse to macro-, micro- and nanoindentation of elastoplastic materials. Invoking the invariance of contact pressure in the presence of an elastic residual stress, or the change in the instantaneous yield strength of a strain-hardening elastoplastic solid in the presence of a residual plastic strain, a step-by-step method is outlined here to estimate pre-existing residual stress/strain fields. The technique can be directly used for residual stress measurements in such applications as thin films for microelectronics and optoelectronics, structural coatings, and engineered surfaces whose properties are altered by such methods as mechanical working, etching, ion implantation, case hardening, laser treatments, shot peening or laser shock peening. The predictions of the proposed analytical method for determining residual stresses have been shown to compare favorably with finite element predictions as well as available experimental results.

671 citations


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Abstract: Subjecting target metallic samples to a very short pulse (about 20 ns) of intense (GW cm−2) laser light generates, through a surface plasma, a high-pressure stress wave propagating to the first millimetre in depth, which is commonly called laser shock processing (LSP). The purpose of this work was to evaluate the role of this novel process on the cyclic properties of A356, Al12Si and 7075 aluminium alloys. Major contributors to the fatigue performance improvements were investigated in order to determine the optimum shock conditions. These were mainly compressive residual stress (RS) levels for which a large range of incident shock conditions was performed. We showed that stress levels were very sensitive to the laser fluence and the number of local impacts, and experimental RS measurements were found to be in good agreement with analytical modelling results. In comparison, a conventional shot peening (SP) treatment was found to lead to higher surface hardening and RS levels, but with a very detrimental roughening not observed after LSP. High cycle (107) fatigue tests carried out on laser- processed, shot-peened and untreated notched samples illustrated the efficiency of LSP as a new, promising method to improve the fatigue limits σD of structures, especially in comparison with enhancements displayed by SP (+22% vs. +10%). According to crack detection electric measurements, fatigue performance improvements with LSP mainly occurred during the crack initiation stage.

499 citations


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21 Sep 2011-
Abstract: Preface INTRODUCTION CONSTITUTION The Binary Ti-Al Phase Diagram Ternary and Multicomponent Alloy Systems THERMOPHYSICAL CONSTANTS Elastic and Thermal Properties Point Defects Diffusion PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS AND MICROSTRUCTURES Microstructure Formation on Solidification Solid State Transformations DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF SINGLE-PHASE ALLOYS Single-Phase Gamma(TiAl) Alloys Deformation Behavior of Single-Phase Alpha2(Ti3Al) Alloys Beta/B2 Phase Alloys DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF TWO-PHASE ALPHA(Ti3Al) + GAMMA(TiAl) ALLOYS Lamellar Microstructures Deformation Mechanisms, Contrasting Single-Phase and Two-Phase Alloys Generation of Dislocations and Mechanical Twins Glide Resistance and Dislocation Mobility Thermal and Athermal Stresses STRENGTHENING MECHANISMS Grain Refinement Work Hardening Solution Hardening Precipitation Hardening Optimized Nb-Bearing Alloys DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF ALLOYS WITH A MODULATED MICROSTRUCTURE Modulated Microstructures Misfitting Interfaces Mechanical Properties CREEP Design Margins and Failure Mechanisms General Creep Behavior The Steady-State or Minimum Creep Rate Effect of Microstructure Primary Creep Creep-Induced Degradation of Lamellar Structures Precipitation Effects Associated with the Alpha2 -> Gamma Phase Transformations Tertiary Creep Optimized Alloys, Effect of Alloy Composition and Processing Creep Properties of Alloys with a Modulated Microstructure FRACTURE BEHAVIOR Length Scales in the Fracture of TiAl Alloys Cleavage Fracture Crack-Tip Plasticity Fracture Toughness, Strength, and Ductility Fracture Behavior of Modulated Alloys Requirements for Ductility and Toughness Assessment of Property Variability FATIGUE Definitions The Stress-Life (S-N) Behavior HCF Effects of Temperature and Environment on the Cyclic Crack-Growth Resistance LCF Thermomechanical Fatigue and Creep Relaxation OXIDATION BEHAVIOR AND RELATED ISSUES Kinetics and Thermodynamics General Aspects Concerning Oxidation Summary ALLOY DESIGN Effect of Aluminum Content Important Alloying Elements - General Remarks Specific Alloy Systems Summary INGOT PRODUCTION AND COMPONENT CASTING Ingot Production Casting Summary POWDER METALLURGY Prealloyed Powder Technology Elemental-Powder Technology Mechanical Alloying WROUGHT PROCESSING Flow Behavior under Hot-Working Conditions Conversions of Microstructure Workabiliy and Primary Processing Texture Evolution Secondary Processing JOINING Diffusion Bonding Brazing and Other Joining Technologies SURFACE HARDENING Shot Peening and Roller Burnishing Residual Stresses, Microhardness, and Surface Roughness Surface Deformation Due to Shot Peening Phase Transformation, Recrystallization, and Amorphization Effect of Shot Peening on Fatigue Strength Thermal Stability of the Surface Hardening APPLICATIONS, COMPONENT ASSESSMENT, AND OUTLOOK Aerospace Automotive Outlook

484 citations


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Abstract: Shot peening is a method widely used to improve the fatigue strength of materials, through the creation of a compressive residual stress field (CRSF) in their surface layers. In the present research the gain in fatigue life of AISI 4340 steel, used in landing gear, is evaluated under four shot peening conditions. Rotating bending fatigue tests were conducted and the CRSF was measured by an X-ray tensometry prior and during fatigue tests. It was observed that relaxation of the CRSF occurred due to the fatigue process. In addition, the fractured fatigue specimens were investigated using a scanning electron microscope in order to obtain information about the crack initiation points. The evaluation of fatigue life, relaxation of CRSF and crack sources are discussed.

421 citations


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2019232
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