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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Figure 5 shows the hysteresis loops for the 100th, 1000th, and 3000th cycles in the longitudinal fatigue test at an axial load of 16.
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.
5, 1500 repeats of each individual fatigue test were performed to simulate the actual clinical rehabilitation process.
In the fatigue test, the stress ratio, R, was set to 0.
The fatigue test is ongoing, but after almost 200,000 load cycles, the researchers have detected no damage.
This time, however, Airbus has not so far been able to duplicate the fatigue test results on any aircraft in service.
As a result, fatigue test specimen geometry, manufacturing, and loading were found to vary significantly between the studies in the literature.
Some recent developments are shared in these 22 papers, among them rolling contact fatigue strength testing and material developments in aerospace bearings, testing the service life of components with defects in the rolling contact fatigue zone, rotating beam testing of bearing steels as an effective complement to a rolling contact fatigue test, improvement in the efficiency of ultrasonic tests for evaluating macroscopic inclusions, material response bearing testing under vibration loading, and the influence of fiber flow on rolling contact fatigue life.
Concentration of cytokines before and after the completion of a fatigue test (FT) on the bench press and on the Leg Press 45 [?
Damage accumulation during fatigue fracture of bone was characterized by AE monitoring during fatigue test.
A typical fatigue test of an aircraft may involve an actuator schedule of six cycles per minute, 3,000 cycles per day, or about 1 million Cycles per year.
Using open literature and in-house fatigue test data, the fatigue life curves of resistance spot-welds for several steels in the lap-shear geometry were compared and normalized.