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Thermodynamic Degradation Science by Alec Feinberg

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List of Tables

Table 1.1Generalized conjugate mechanical work variables
Table 1.2Some state variables
Table 1.3Some common intensive and extensive thermodynamic variables [1, 4]
Table 1.4Common thermodynamic processes
Table 1.5Thermodynamic aging states [1, 2, 4]
Table 2.1Common time series transforms
Table 2.2Four common thermodynamic potential and energy states
Table 4.1Typical constants for stress–time creep law
Table 4.2Damping loss factor examples for certain materials
Table 4.3Cumulative stress test goals: CAST equations
Table 5.1Estimated relative corrosion resistance
Table 5.2Predicted corrosion rates and amounts for 1 year at 5 mA of current for anodic different metals [7]
Table 6.1Failure mechanisms and associated thermal activation energies
Table A.1Constant failure rate conversion table
Table A.2Relationship between Cpk index and yield [1]
Table A.3Life test data arranged for plotting
Table A.4Field data and the renormalized groups
Table A.5Multiple stress accelerated test to demonstrate 1 FMH [1]
Table B.1MTTF observed
Table B.2Machine stress MTTF observed
Table B.3Gaussian probabilities (%)
Table B.4Multiple stress accelerated test to demonstrate 0.6 FMH
Table B.5Optimized multiple stress accelerated test for 0.6 FMH
Table B.6Profile of a product’s temperature exposure per year
Table C.1Human cyclic engine and possible stresses that shorten cycle life

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