A selection of 32 papers presented at the fourth international conference on Biaxial/Multiaxial Fatigue. The papers are grouped together under four headings: mechanical behaviour of materials, low cycle fatigue, high cycle fatigue, and design.
This volume contains the vast majority of the papers presented at the International Conference on Fretting Fatigue in Sheffield in 1993. The book forms the latest in a series on the various aspects of fatigue, including the behaviour of short cracks and the behaviour of fatigue cracks.
This volume contains 18 papers selected from 90 presented at the Fifth International Conference on Biaxial/Multiaxial Fatigue and Fracture held in Cracow, Poland 8-12 September 1997. The papers in this book deal with theoretical, computational and experimental aspects of the multiaxial fatigue and fracture of engineering materials and structures. The papers are divided into the following four categories: 1. Proportional cyclic loading 2. Non-proportional cyclic loading 3. Variable amplitude and random loading 4. Crack growth Most papers in this publication talk about the behaviour of constructional materials and elements of machines under non-proportional loading and under variable amplitude...
This volume contains a selection of papers presented at Fatigue Design 95 held in Helsinki, Finland from 5-8 September 1995. The papers have been peer reviewed and present practical aspects for the design of components and structures to avoid fatigue failure. Topics covered include: fatigue design experiences, ground vehicle components, component reliability, multiaxial fatigue, notch analysis, service loading, welded structures, probabilistics aspects in fatigue, fatigue design optimization.
This book presents the first comprehensive review of all major government-supported health insurance schemes in India and their potential for contributing to the achievement of universal coverage in India are discussed.
As headache and facial pain are two of the most common medical complaints, it is essential that clinicians are well equipped to handle these issues. Clinician’s Guide to Chronic Headache and Facial Pain is designed for all clinicians dealing with these syndromes in daily practice—whether in the outpatient, emergency, or ambulatory setting. Features: Presents the advice of 12 experts with considerable experience in headache and facial pain management Contains evidence-based chapters derived from past successes and failures and including clear, concise statistical outcomes Reviews both traditional and alternative interdisciplinary and interventional pain management therapies to help practitioners choose the best treatment or combination of treatments for their patients Offers broad-based coverage of all types of headaches and facial pain syndromes from facial neuralgias to post-traumatic headache Includes additional chapters on opioid usage and legal aspects of treatment help to prepare practitioners for a range of possible scenarios Devoted exclusively to managing chronic headache and facial pain, this book is an essential resource for clinicians.