Fatigue Assessment (online)
- 2nd June 2020 - 4th June 2020
9:30 am - 11:30 am
Fatigue is the most common cause of structural failure in parts subjected to repeated loadings.
During this concise one day course, you will learn about the fundamentals of fatigue and the methodologies which can be used to predict the number of cycles before failure occurs.
With the knowledge gained, you will be suitably equipped to design against fatigue failures.
Who Should Attend?
Any engineer involved in the design of structures subjected to cyclic loading, from small single parts to large fabricated structures.
Whether you are applying FEA results or hand calculations, the fatigue analysis methodologies covered in this course are applicable. For those undertaking FEA, we will cover some of the common pitfalls and specialist tools required when assessing the results.
This online course is split into 4 sessions over 4 consecutive days at 9:30am – 11:30am.
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Registration / Further Information
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Discounts are available for multiple purchases per company.
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- What is Fatigue Failure?
- Why Do We Need to Consider Fatigue Failure?
- How Do We Predict a Fatigue Failure
Basics of Fatigue
- Stress Life Approach
- Stress Definitions
- Damage Ratio
Stress Life Approach
- Stress Definitions
- Mean Stress Effects
- Stress Combination Methods
- Certainty of Survival
Stress Life Approach – Variable Amplitude
- Miner’s Rule
- Variable Amplitude Rain Flow Cycle Counting
- Vibration Fatigue
Stress Life Approach – Non-Proportional Loading
- Calculation of Stress Range
Fatigue of Welded Structures
- Stress Singularities versus Mesh Refinement
- Assessment of Welds
- Final Questions
- Further Learning