Random accumulated damage evaluation under multiaxial fatigue loading conditions

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Multiaxial fatigue is a very important physical phenomenon to take into account in several mechanical components; its study is of utmost importance to avoid unexpected failure of equipment, vehicles or structures. Among several fatigue characterization tools, a correct definition of a damage parameter and a load cycle counting method under multiaxial loading conditions show to be crucial to estimate multiaxial fatigue life. In this paper, the SSF equivalent stress and the virtual cycle counting method are presented and discussed, regarding their physical foundations and their capability to characterize multiaxial fatigue damage under complex loading blocks. Moreover, it is presented their applicability to evaluate random fatigue damage.




Anes, V., Reis, L., & de Freitas, M. (2015). Random accumulated damage evaluation under multiaxial fatigue loading conditions. Frattura Ed Integrita Strutturale, 9(33), 309–318. https://doi.org/10.3221/IGF-ESIS.33.35

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