Multiaxial vibration fatigue—A theoretical and experimental comparison

Volume: 76-77, Pages: 409 - 423
Published: Aug 1, 2016
Abstract
Random vibration excitation is a common cause of failure, especially if natural dynamics is excited. The high-cycle vibration-fatigue analysis typically requires the structural dynamics analysis, the response analysis and the fatigue analysis. The material parameters (S–N curve) are obtained at uniaxial stress state. However, in real structures the stress state is rarely uniaxial and the direct application of the S–N curve is difficult. The...
Paper Details
Title
Multiaxial vibration fatigue—A theoretical and experimental comparison
Published Date
Aug 1, 2016
Volume
76-77
Pages
409 - 423
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