A. S. Cruces P. Lopez-Crespo B. Moreno A. Lopez-Moreno S. Suman


Most mechanical components are subjected to the complex fatigue loading conditions, where both amplitude and direction of loading cycles change over the time. The estimation of damage caused by these complex loading scenarios are often done by simplified uniaxial fatigue theories, which ultimately leads to higher factor of safety during the final design considerations. Critical plane-based fatigue theories have been considered more accurate for computing the fatigue damage for multiaxial loading conditions in comparison to energy-based and equivalent stress-based theories. Two recently developed fatigue theories have been evaluated in this work for the available test data. Test data includes significant amount of biaxial load paths.


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    Cruces, A. S., Lopez-Crespo, P., Moreno, B., Lopez-Moreno, A., & Suman, S. (2017). Evaluation of new multiaxial damage parameters on low carbon steel. Frattura Ed Integrità Strutturale, 11(41), Pages 54–61. https://doi.org/10.3221/IGF-ESIS.41.08

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