Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journal

In Press

  • Donahue JR and Burns JT, “Effect of chloride concentration on the corrosion-fatigue crack behavior of an age-hardenable martensitic stainless steel”, Int. J. Fatigue
  • Co NE and Burns JT, “Galvanic corrosion-induced fatigue crack initiation and propagation behavior in AA7050-T7451”, CORROSION

2016

  • Harris ZD, Dolph JD, Pioszak GL, Rincon Troconis BC, Scully JR, Burns JT, “The Effect of Microstructure Variation on the Hydrogen Environment-Assisted Cracking of Monel K-500”, Metall. Mater. Trans. A., 2016: 47; 3488-3510.
  • Burns JT, Harris ZD, Dolph JD, Gangloff RP, “Measurement and modeling of hydrogen environment assisted cracking in Ni-Cu-Al-Ti superalloy”, Metall. Mater. Trans. A., 2016: 47; 990-997.
  • Burns JT, Boselli J, “Effect of plate thickness on the environmental fatigue crack growth behavior of 7085-T7451”, International Journal of Fatigue, 2016: 83; 253-268.

2015

  • Burns JT, Bush RW, Ai J, Jones JL, Lee Y, Gangloff RP, “Effect of water vapor pressure on fatigue crack growth in Al-Zn-Cu-Mg alloy over wide-range stress intensity factor loading”, Eng. Fract. Mech., 2015: 137; 34-55.

2014

  • Gangloff RP, Ha H, Burns JT, Scully JR, “Measurement and modeling of hydrogen environment assisted cracking in Monel K-500”, Metall. Mater. Trans. A, 2014: 45 (9); 3814-3834.

2013

  • Burns JT, Gupta VK, Agnew SR, Gangloff RP, “Effect of low temperature on fatigue crack formation and microstructure scale crack propagation in legacy and modern Al-Zn-Mg-Cu”, International Journal of Fatigue, 2013: 55; 268-275.
  • Burns JT, Gangloff RP, “Effect of low temperature on fatigue crack formation and microstructure-scale growth from corrosion damage in Al-Zn-Mg-Cu”, Metall. Mater. Trans. A, 2013: 44A; 2083-2105.

2012

  • Burns JT, Larsen JM, Gangloff RP, “Effect of initiation feature on microstructure-scale fatigue crack propagation in Al-Zn-Mg-Cu”, International Journal of Fatigue, 2012: 42; 104-121.

2011

  • Burns JT, Larsen JM, Gangloff RP, “Driving forces for localized corrosion to fatigue crack transition in Al-Zn-Mg-Cu”, Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures, 2011: 34; 745-773.
  • Burns JT, Gangloff RP, “Scientific advances enabling next generation management of corrosion induced fatigue”, Procedia Engineering – ICM 11, 2011: 10; 362-369

2010

  • Burns JT, Kim S, Gangloff RP, “Effect of corrosion severity on fatigue evolution in Al-Zn-Mg-Cu”, Corrosion Science, 2010: 52; 498-508

2009

  • Kim S, Burns JT, Gangloff RP, “Fatigue crack formation and growth from localized corrosion in Al-Zn-Mg-Cu”, Journal of Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 2009: 76 (5); 651-667.

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

2015

  • McMurtrey MD, Jones JL, Burns JT, “Effect of high altitude environments on fatigue crack propagation rates in aerospace aluminum alloys,” Proceedings of NACE DoD Corrosion Conference, NACE International, 2015.
  • McMurtrey MD, Burns JT, “Corrosion effects on the initiation life and crack growth rate of 7075-T6511 aluminum,” in: Proceedings of NACE DoD Corrosion Conference, NACE International, 2015.

2013

  • Burns JT, “Effect of water vapor pressure on the fatigue crack propagation of aerospace aluminum alloys 7075-T651 and 2199-T86” in: Proceedings of NACE DoD Corrosion Conference, NACE International, 2013.

2011

  • Burns JT, Bush RW, Gangloff RP, “The effect of environment on corrosion induced fatigue crack formation and early propagation in Al 7075-T651” in: Proceedings of NACE DoD Corrosion Conference, NACE International, La Quinta, CA, 2011

Non-Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings

2013

  • Jones J, Burns JT, “Effect of high altitude (low temperature and water vapor pressure) environments on fatigue crack propagation rates in aerospace aluminum alloys” in: Proceedings of 13th International ASTM/ESIS Symposium on Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics (Jacksonville, FL), ASTM International.

2005

  • Li D, Burns JT, Bush R, Garratt M, Hinkle A, Mills T, Marks C. Moran J, Scully JR, Gangloff RP, “Characterization of corrosion-fatigue interaction for aluminum alloy substitution” in: Proceedings of 8th NASA/FAA/DoD Conference on Aging Aircraft, Ed. Young RD

Book Chapters

Accepted

  • Burns JT, “Chapter 5: Environment enhanced fatigue,” in: Shifler D, Ed. Marine Corrosion: Causes and Prevention, J Wiley & Sons, New York, NY: accepted.

Final Reports

2015

  • Burns JT, Kelly RG, “Role of grain orientation, alloy composition/heat-treatment, and atmospheric conditions on the rates of intergranular corrosion and stress corrosion cracking”, ONR Contract #N00014-13-1-0741.

2014

  • Burns JT, Gangloff RP, Waldman WE, “Development of corrosion-hydrogen crack resistant aircraft alloys from mechanistic understanding”, US Navy Contract #68335-09-0378.