The probabilistic fatigue properties of SAE 1008 steel were determined experimentally. A flexural bending fatigue testing program was carried out consisting of: (a) constant strain amplitude, (b) blocks of Hi-Lo and Lo-Hi-Lo strain amplitudes, and (c) narrow band random load history. Fatigue life of 30-45 specimens in each program were recorded and used to construct distributions of fatigue life. A computer simulation technique was used to predict these distributions. Experimental results and theoretical predictions are both presented for comparison.
Finite Fatigue Life Distributions of SAE 1008 Subjected to Various Load-Time Histories
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ElMaraghy, H. A., and Siddall, J. N. (January 1, 1980). "Finite Fatigue Life Distributions of SAE 1008 Subjected to Various Load-Time Histories." ASME. J. Eng. Mater. Technol. January 1980; 102(1): 135–140. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3224770
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