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Papers presented at the UK Forum for Engineering Structural Integrity’s Thirteenth International Conference on Engineering Structural Integrity Assessment at Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, UK on 19th–20th May 2015.

Edited by P. E. J. Flewitt, J. K. Sharples, B. Tomkins.

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Papers presented at the UK Forum for Engineering Structural Integrity’s Thirteenth International Conference on Engineering Structural Integrity Assessment at Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, UK on 19th–20th May 2015.

Edited by P. E. J. Flewitt, J. K. Sharples, B. Tomkins.

SESSION 1: KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS
Fifty Years of structural Integrity in the UK: Lessons Learned and Directions for the Future — John Knott
Fracture and Fatigue of New Multi-Element Metallic Alloys — R. O. Ritchie
Improving Infrastructure Durability by Self-Healing Mechanisms: Recent Advances in Self-Healing Concrete and Asphalt — S.-T. Tu and G.-Z. Wang

SESSION 2: INTEGRITY ASSESSMENT
Fracture Assessments of Large-Scale Straight Pipes Allowing for constraints — M. Gintalas, R. A. Ainsworth
Analysis of the Catastrophic Failure of a 57 Metre Span Structural Steelwork Truss — W. Geary, C. Rudall
Overview of the Ongoing R&D Activities Supporting the Integration of Residual Stress Consideration Within the RSE-M/RCC-Mrx Appendices Devoted to Fracture Mechanics Assessment — S. Chapuliot, S. Marie, Y. Kayser, P. Le Delliou
An Overview of Efforts to Address Key Current structural Integrity Challenges in the UK Nuclear Industry — D. W. J. Tanner, D. J. Smith, T. B. Scott, P. E. J. Flewitt
Risk Analysis of Subsea Christmas Tree (XT) Leakage — J.-M. Luo, L.-X. Duan, M.-L. Duan, J.-Z. Chen, S.-S. Lyu
Analysis of Limit Load for Embedded Flaws in Pipeline Girth Welds. Part I: Review and Validation of Current Procedures — I. Hadley, T. London, M. Cheaitani
Analysis of Limit Load for Embedded Flaws in Pipeline Girth Welds. Part II: Development and Validatin of New FEA Models

SESSION 3: MATERIALS
Deformation and Fracture of Polygranular Gilsocarbon Graphite Under Biaxial Loading — D. Liu, M. Mostafavi, T. J. Marrow, D. Smith, P. E. J. Flewitt
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of TIG Welded GH625 — Y. L. Gu
Development of a Classification System for the Microstructural Evolution of Austenitic Stainless Steels — S. L. Bagnall, A. W. B. Reed, J. M. Brear
Surface Condition of 304L Stainless Steel and its Effect on Fatigue Life in PWR Environments — A. McLennan, N. Platts, D. R. Tice, J. W. Stairmand, K. J. Mottershead, W. Zhang, J. Meldrum
Study of Fatigue Initiation of Autostenitic Stainless Steel in a High Temperature Water Environment and in Air Using Blunt Notch CT Specimens — N. Platts, D. R. Tice, J. Nicholls, V. J. Lovett
3D Experimental Observation of Notch Behaviour in Nuclear Graphite — M. S. L. Jordan, S. M. Barhli, L. Saucedo-Mora, D. Nowell, T. J. Marrow
White Etching Crack Initiation at Manganese Sulphide (MnS) Inclusions in a WindTurbine Gearbox Bearing — T. Bruce, H. Long, R. S. Dwyer-Joyce
Structural Design Criteria for a Demonstration Fusion Reactor — M. Kalsey, M. Porton

SESSION 4: MODELLING
Development of a Procedure to Determine Kmat Using Charpy Impact Energy and a Plasticity Analysis for Ferritic Steels — R. J. Smith, A. H. Sherry, A. C. Bannister
Neutron Diffraction Experiments to Identify Internal State Created by Forward Creep in Autostenitic Steel at 550°C — B. Chen, P. E. J. Flewitt, D. J. Smith
Deformation Modelling and Lifetime Prediction for a Gas Turbine Blade Alloy Under TMF Conditions — S. Grützner, B. Fedelich, B. Buchholz, B. Rehmer
An Experimental Investigation on Cyclic Hardening Behaviour of a Low-Strength Steel in a Very High Cycle Fatigue Regime — M.-L. Zhu, F.-Z. Xuan, S.-T. Tu
Limit Load Analysis of Pressure Cylindrical Shells with Pitting Defect Subjected to Creep Damage — N. Wang, H.-Q. Liu, S.-T. Tu
Understanding the Mechanical Behaviour of Gilsocarbon Graphite Over Multiple Length-Scales — B. Liu, B. Savija, G. Smith, E. Schlangen, P. E. J. Flewitt
Risk-Based Inspection, an Opportunity for Improvement — P. Jackson
Neutrons for Structure Integrity Applications — A Paradowska, U. Garbe, M. Law, P. Bendeich, M. Reid
Through-Life Management of NDT Data — N. Swindells

SESSION 5: KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS
Developments in UK Defect Assessment Methods — P. J. Budden
Materials Issues Relating to Structural Integrity for the Aerospace Industry — S. J. Wu
Is Fatigue a Problem in the 21st Century — and If So, Why? — P. E. Irving
Permanently Installed Monitoring Technology to Improve Structural Integrity Assessments — P. Cawley
The Lloyd’s Register Foundation and its Activities in Structural Integrity — J. Przydatek

SESSION 6: FRACTURE CRITERIA
J’s Disability to Characterize the Crack-Tip Stress Fields Accurately Could Explain the Test Specimen Size Effects Observed for the Fracture Toughness (Jc) of a Material in the Ductile-to-Brittle Transition Temperature Region — T. Meshii, K. Lu, Y. Fujiwara, R. Takamura, T. Yamaguchi
Thoughts on ECAs, FE and Bi-Axial Loading — A. Cosham, K. A. Macdonald
Determination of Tensile and Fatigue Material Parameters for Durability Assessments — B. Daniels, S. K. Bate
Microstructure Stress State Evaluation of Contact Fatigue in Gears — F. Farhad, A. Oila
Fatigue Assessment of Welded Armour Aluminium Structure with Computational and test Techniques — C. Büyükbayram, G. B. Balaban, A. Sever, B. Salihoğlu