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
2332002
Multiaxial notch fatigue
L Susmel
Elsevier, 2009
2092009
The theory of critical distances: a review of its applications in fatigue
L Susmel
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 75 (7), 1706-1724, 2008
2022008
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
1812008
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
1662008
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
1612010
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
1552007
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
1402005
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
1312003
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
1072004
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
1072003
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
972007
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
962012
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
922010
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
902010
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
902003
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
712008
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
692008
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
682008
A simplified approach to apply the theory of critical distances to notched components under torsional fatigue loading
L Susmel, D Taylor
International Journal of Fatigue 28 (4), 417-430, 2006
682006
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