1982-02-01

Fatigue Considerations in Use of High – Strength Sheet Steel 820700

The fatigue behavior of representative classes of high-strength low-alloy and dual phase steel is reviewed. Cyclic properties describing stress-strain and strain-life relations are used to quantitatively assess material variability as well as processing and environmental effects. Examples of the use of this materials information in design analysis and, in particular, component downgaging are then presented.

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