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  Determining the probability of failure stochastically combining a probabilistic Kitagawa diagram, local defect population, local matrix properties, probability of detection, and other variables
  Prof P Bocher, Prof S Beretta, Prof M Brochu
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
This project takes part partially in both Canada and Italy!. The project, "Determining the probability of failure stochastically combining a probabilistic Kitagawa diagram, local defect population, local matrix properties, probability of detection, and other variables" is part of project FATCO 2019.
  Effect of hydrogen release on intergranular crack propagation mechanisms
  Prof M Brochu, Prof J Mauzeroll
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019
The project, "Effect of hydrogen release on intergranular crack propagation mechanisms" is part of project FATCO 2019. "Fatigue and corrosion-fatigue behavior of 13Cr-4Ni steels and additively manufactured alloys for application to large-size components such as hydraulic turbines and machinery.".
  Investigating fatigue damage mechanisms in welds and in additively manufactured parts by cross-referencing 3D defect distributions from CT scans, stress conditions and actual crack path
  Prof M Brochu, Prof R Tovo
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
This project takes part partially in both Canada and Italy!. The project, "Investigating fatigue damage mechanisms in welds and in additively manufactured parts by cross-referencing 3D defect distributions from CT scans, stress conditions and actual crack path" is part of project FATCO 2019.
  Sensitivity of crack growth behavior to corrosive environment
  Prof M Brochu, Prof J Mauzeroll
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
The project, "Sensitivity of crack growth behavior to corrosive environment" is part of project FATCO 2019. "Fatigue and corrosion-fatigue behavior of 13Cr-4Ni steels and additively manufactured alloys for application to large-size components such as hydraulic turbines and machinery.".
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