Experimental results are presented for fatigue failure of mild steel specimens under repeated application of lateral impulses; the cumulative damage effect as a result of stresses arising from free-damped vibration of the specimen in the intervals between the repeated impulses is studied. A discussion on the conformity of these results with Miner’s hypothesis is given.
Issue Section:Research Papers
Topics:Damage, Fatigue testing, Impulse (Physics), Fatigue failure, Steel, Stress, Vibration
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