fatigue test

fatigue test

[fə′tēg ‚test]
(engineering)
Test to determine the range of alternating stress which a material can withstand without breaking.
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Two of the tests, known as the impact resistance test and the fatigue test, are designed to establish the risk of them being dislodged by children rattling, shoving or kicking them.
A prototype fatigue test for the slab track was carried out during winter in a cold region of north-east China.
In this paper, the constant amplitude fatigue test was applied to research the fatigue life of rocklike fractured specimens, and the suitable fatigue life models were selected.
Introduction [right arrow] Literature Review [right arrow] Analytical Approach [right arrow] Numerical method [right arrow] Experimental Method/Cornering Fatigue Test [right arrow] Result [right arrow] Conclusion.
In this study, as-cast miniature size specimens were used for the tensile test and the low cycle fatigue test.
The first set of beams was subjected to the static test up to failure, and the fatigue test at the low cycle was conducted on the second set of beams for the evaluation of the fatigue performance.
Figure 5 shows the hysteresis loops for the 100th, 1000th, and 3000th cycles in the longitudinal fatigue test at an axial load of 16.7 KN.
To see whether this is also valid for the specimens with shrinkages, the test volumes of all specimens were cut off after the fatigue test, Figure 4.
Currently the fatigue test of the compressor blades mainly includes the resonance fatigue test and the ultrasonic fatigue test, in which the ultrasonic fatigue test also uses the ultrasonic transducer to resonate the specimen.
The evolution of the sentry function during the cyclic fatigue test shows a part (part I.b) where the function is decreasing significantly.
Assuming a safety factor of 1.5, 1500 repeats of each individual fatigue test were performed to simulate the actual clinical rehabilitation process.