1962-01-01

Use of Cumulative Damage in Designing to Resist Fatigue 620261

Procedures are described for analyzing service load spectra, making use of fatigue data. Two examples are given, one on a welded hitch and the other on a bevel gear. Cumulative fatigue damage concepts are used to predict the service life, the optimum stress for the design load, and the load and number of cycles to apply on an accelerated test as the equivalent of a lifetime of field service.

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