- 一般社団法人 日本機械学会
- 日本機械学会論文集 A編 (ISSN:03875008)
- vol.74, no.742, pp.879-884, 2008-06-25 (Released:2011-03-02)
Fatigue test system for thin sheets was constructed using an ultrasonic fatigue testing machine. Specimens were fixed at the location where the displacement amplitude became the maximum. The specimen was fatigued under full-reverse bending. Displacement at a fixed edge of the specimen and the deflection of the specimen were measured with a laser displacement gage during fatigue tests. Modal analysis was carried out to determine the dimensions of the specimen and to calculate the applied stress on the basis of the flexural displacement amplitude. The maximum stress was observed on the free side edge near the fixed edge. Two kinds of martensitic stainless steel sheets, SUS301-CSPH and SUS632J1-CSP, were fatigued with the fatigue test system. The thickness of the specimen was 83 and 106μm, respectively. The 3rd vibration mode was selected for fatigue tests. The fatigue cracks initiated from the free side edge of the specimen. For the case of shorter fatigue life, fatigue strength for both stainless steels were almost identical. On the other hand, for longer fatigue life, fatigue strength of SUS632J1 is higher than that of SUS301.