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MFPG Engineering Design to Failure Prevention

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Engineering Design to Failure Prevention

These Proceedings consist o£ a group of twenty- three submitted papers from the 25th meeting of the Mechanical Failures Prevention Group which was held at the National Bureau of Standards in Gaithersburg, Maryland on November 3-5, 1976. The central theme of the Proceedings is the application of design to failure prevention, with enphasis on the techniques of design, materials of design, design validation, and the goals, purposes, and requirements of design as related to product liability.

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FOREWORD
CONFERENCE THEME: The Growing Web Around the Designer
Charles 0. Smith
SESSION I: TECHNIQUES OF DESIGN (I)
1. A Systems Approach to Materials in Design.
Bruce P. Bardes
2. Probabilistic Methods in Design. Edward B. Haugen
SESSION II: TECHNIQUES OF DESIGN (II)
1. The Finite Element Method in Structural Analysis.
Harry G. Schaeffer
2. NASTRAN Thermal Analyzer in Interdisciplinary Thermo Structural Analyses.
Hwa-Ping Lee
3. The Use of Cathode Ray Tube Graphics as a Computer Aided Design Tool. Alyce Branum
SESSION III: MATERIALS OF DESIGN (I) - COMPOSITES
1. Review of the Processing and Properties of Pan Graphite -Aluminum Composites.
Roger T. Pepper
H. Gigerenzer and T. A. Zack
2. Composite Inlays for Jet Engines. W. Troha* and
K . Swain
3. Stress Concentrations in Composite Materials.
G . Kardos
SESSION IV: MATERIALS OF DESIGN (II) - LUBRICANTS
1. Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication. L. B. Sibley
2. Polyfluoroalkyl-Alkyl Polysiloxane Grease for Instrument Lubrication. John B. Christian
3. Antiwear and Lubricity Additives for Lubricants
S. M. Hsu
SESSION V: VALIDATION OF DESIGN (I) - TESTING
1. Piezoelectric Polymers and Their Applications.
Seymour Edelman
2. Exoelectron Emission- -Past Experience and Future
Expectations. W. J. Baxter
3. Detecting Structural Degradation by Acoustic Emission.
Michael P. Kelly* and Robert J. Schlamp
SESSION VI: GOALS, PURPOSES, AND REQUIREMENTS OF DESIGN -
PRODUCT LIABILITY
1. Negligence Charges in Products Liability Law Can Be 1
Used in Engineering as Safety Design Criteria.
Raymond R. Hagglund
2. Prescription to Reduce Products Liability Losses.
A. The Defendant and Products Liability.
John P. Amess
B. The Plaintiff and Products Liability.
Milton Heller
Discussion
SESSION VII: VALIDATION OF DESIGN (II) - RELIABILITY
1. Safety Analysis: Qualitative, Quantitative and Cost Effective.
H. D. Wolf
2. A Failure Mode and Effect Analysis Program to Reduce
Mechanical Failures. Richard R. Landers
3. Fault Tree Analysis as a Part of Mechanical Systems
Design. J. B. Fussell* and D. P. Wagner
SESSION VIII: MATERIALS OF DESIGN (III) - COATING MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES
1. Ion Plating- -Concepts and Applications. D. M. Mattox
2. Sputtering. T. Spalvins 324
LIST OF REGISTRANTS 338
LIST OF MFPG PUBLICATIONS 343
APPENDIX
1. National Materials Policy in the 95th Congress
-Current and Potential Government Impacts on Availability.
Franklin P. Huddle (Banquet Speaker)
2. Testing for Success. John C. New 356
(Presented at the 21st meeting of MFPG, Success by Design: Progress Through Failure Analysis.
Manuscript received too late for inclusion in the Proceedings of the 21st meeting.)
* Indicates speaker when a paper had more than one author.

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