This proceedings volume will help students, researchers, and practicing engineers develop a fundamental understanding of fatigue and fracture behavior of high-temperature materials including superalloys, intermetallics, ceramics, and composites. The theme of the symposium covered: mechanistic understanding of fatigue behavior; mechanistic understanding of fracture characteristics; investigations of fatigue and fracture mechanisms and damage assessment; fatigue crack initiation and growth mechanisms; effects of temperature, interface, loading, processing, and microstructure; life prediction methodology; modeling of fatigue and fracture behavior.
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A collection of papers from the 2000 TMS Fall Meeting, held in St. Louis, Missouri, October 8-12, 2000.
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