Use of damage lines in predicting cumulative damage in fatigue.
Colegrove, Warren R.
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This study was performed during the period February through May 1953 in the Materials Testing Laboratory of the U. S, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, The work was undertaken in an effort to test a means of predicting cumulative fatigue life for machine parts subjected to varying loads. The author wishes to acknowledge the helpful suggestions and efforts in the preparation of this study received from Dr, Robert E. Newton, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the U, S, Naval Postgraduate School, In addition the author wishes to thank Mr, J. A, Octavec for the extreme care exercised in the preparation of the test specimens.
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