Luca Susmel
Luca Susmel
Professor of Structural Integrity, University of Sheffield
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A bi‐parametric Wöhler curve for high cycle multiaxial fatigue assessment
L Susmel, P Lazzarin
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 25 (1), 63-78, 2002
2552002
The theory of critical distances: a review of its applications in fatigue
L Susmel
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 75 (7), 1706-1724, 2008
2442008
Multiaxial notch fatigue
L Susmel
Elsevier, 2009
2352009
The theory of critical distances to predict static strength of notched brittle components subjected to mixed-mode loading
L Susmel, D Taylor
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 75 (3-4), 534-550, 2008
2042008
On the use of the Theory of Critical Distances to predict static failures in ductile metallic materials containing different geometrical features
L Susmel, D Taylor
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 75 (15), 4410-4421, 2008
1812008
A novel formulation of the theory of critical distances to estimate lifetime of notched components in the medium‐cycle fatigue regime
L Susmel, D Taylor
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 30 (7), 567-581, 2007
1772007
Fatigue behaviour and life assessment of composite laminates under multiaxial loadings
M Quaresimin, L Susmel, R Talreja
International Journal of Fatigue 32 (1), 2-16, 2010
1752010
The mean stress effect on the high-cycle fatigue strength from a multiaxial fatigue point of view
L Susmel, R Tovo, P Lazzarin
International Journal of Fatigue 27 (8), 928-943, 2005
1522005
A stress‐based method to predict lifetime under multiaxial fatigue loadings
P Lazzarin, L Susmel
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 26 (12), 1171-1187, 2003
1202003
A unifying approach to estimate the high‐cycle fatigue strength of notched components subjected to both uniaxial and multiaxial cyclic loadings
L Susmel
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 27 (5), 391-411, 2004
1162004
A critical distance/plane method to estimate finite life of notched components under variable amplitude uniaxial/multiaxial fatigue loading
L Susmel, D Taylor
International Journal of Fatigue 38, 7-24, 2012
1152012
Two methods for predicting the multiaxial fatigue limits of sharp notches
L Susmel, D Taylor
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 26 (9), 821-833, 2003
1112003
A simple and efficient numerical algorithm to determine the orientation of the critical plane in multiaxial fatigue problems
L Susmel
International Journal of Fatigue 32 (11), 1875-1883, 2010
1042010
An elasto-plastic reformulation of the theory of critical distances to estimate lifetime of notched components failing in the low/medium-cycle fatigue regime
L Susmel, D Taylor
Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology 132 (2), 2010
1042010
On the use of the Theory of Critical Distances and the Modified Wöhler Curve Method to estimate fretting fatigue strength of cylindrical contacts
JA Araújo, L Susmel, D Taylor, JCT Ferro, EN Mamiya
International Journal of Fatigue 29 (1), 95-107, 2007
1022007
Fatigue design in the presence of stress concentrations
L Susmel, D Taylor
The Journal of Strain Analysis for Engineering Design 38 (5), 443-452, 2003
972003
A stress invariant based criterion to estimate fatigue damage under multiaxial loading
A Cristofori, L Susmel, R Tovo
International Journal of Fatigue 30 (9), 1646-1658, 2008
762008
The Modified Wöhler Curve Method applied along with the Theory of Critical Distances to estimate finite life of notched components subjected to complex multiaxial loading paths
L Susmel, D Taylor
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 31 (12), 1047-1064, 2008
752008
Multiaxial fatigue limits and material sensitivity to non‐zero mean stresses normal to the critical planes
L Susmel
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 31 (3‐4), 295-309, 2008
752008
The Theory of Critical Distances to estimate lifetime of notched components subjected to variable amplitude uniaxial fatigue loading
L Susmel, D Taylor
International Journal of Fatigue 33 (7), 900-911, 2011
712011
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