Fatigue is the weakening or failure of a material caused by repeated applied loads. It combines the material’s multiscale internal structures with the cyclic boundary conditions (loads, displacements, etc.) generating ultimate failure. The maximum stress that causes such failure may be much less than the yield or ultimate strength, because of the internal damage progression due to local heterogeneities inducing stress concentrations.
- Effect of twinning, slip, and inclusions on the fatigue anisotropy of extrusion-textured AZ61 magnesium alloy
- Material Characterization and Modeling of Friction Stir Spot Welds in a Magnesium AZ31 Alloy
- Identification and modeling of fatigue crack growth mechanisms in a die-cast AM50 magnesium alloy
- Structure-property relations of cyclic damage in a wrought magnesium alloy
- Microstructural Inclusion Influence on Fatigue of a Cast A356 Aluminum Alloy
- Microstructure-based Multistage Fatigue Modeling of Aluminum Alloy 7075-T651
- Microstructure-based multistage fatigue modeling of a cast AE44 magnesium alloy
- Multistage Fatigue Modeling of Cast A356-T6 and A380-F Aluminum Alloys
- High cycle fatigue of a die cast AZ91E-T4 magnesium alloy
- WARP3D Fatigue Analysis Code
Football Helmet Performance Modeling
- ↑ Multistage Fatigue Modeling of Cast A356-T6 and A380-F Aluminum Alloys Y. Xue, C. L. Burton, M. F. Horstemeyer, D. L. McDowell and J. T. Berry
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