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Fatigue Testing Procedure for Suspension-Leaf Springs

2016-04-05
CURRENT
J1528_201604
Only fully processed new springs which are representative of springs intended for the vehicle shall be used for the tests. No complete spring or separate leaf shall be used for more than one test.
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FATIGUE TESTING PROCEDURE FOR SUSPENSION-LEAF SPRINGS

1990-06-30
HISTORICAL
J1528_199006
Only fully processed new springs which are representative of springs intended for the vehicle shall be used for the tests. No complete spring or separate leaf shall be used for more than one test.
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Technical Report on Low Cycle Fatigue Properties Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Materials

2002-08-13
HISTORICAL
J1099_200208
Information that provides design guidance in avoiding fatigue failures is outlined in this SAE Information Report. Of necessity, this report is brief, but it does provide a basis for approaching complex fatigue problems. Information presented here can be used in preliminary design estimates of fatigue life, the selection of materials and the analysis of service load and/or strain data. The data presented are for the “low cycle” or strain-controlled methods for predicting fatigue behavior. Note that these methods may not be appropriate for materials with internal defects, such as cast irons, which exhibit different tension and compression stress-strain behavior.
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Technical Report on Low Cycle Fatigue Properties Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Materials

2018-08-24
CURRENT
J1099_201808
Information that provides design guidance in avoiding fatigue failures is outlined in this SAE Information Report. Of necessity, this report is brief, but it does provide a basis for approaching complex fatigue problems. Information presented here can be used in preliminary design estimates of fatigue life, the selection of materials and the analysis of service load and/or strain data. The data presented are for the “low cycle” or strain-controlled methods for predicting fatigue behavior. Note that these methods may not be appropriate for materials with internal defects, such as cast irons, which exhibit different tension and compression stress-strain behavior.
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