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Is Weibull method more reliable than gausian method on fatigue curve estimation?

Is Weibull method more reliable than gausian method on fatigue curve estimation?

(OP)
Hi All

for the fatigue curve points estimation ( for each stress level) which of the two is more reliable

RE: Is Weibull method more reliable than gausian method on fatigue curve estimation?

Why is this posted in a FEM forum? Suggest posting in a Materials forum.

What is the material? Are you trying to estimate a curve from test data?

RE: Is Weibull method more reliable than gausian method on fatigue curve estimation?

(OP)
I am sorry, since there is no dedicated forum to fatigue, I searched for fatigue keyword in the website and found questions in these two forums, FEM and materials, since I do simulation I asked the question here, but if possible please request to displace it to avoid discomfort

RE: Is Weibull method more reliable than gausian method on fatigue curve estimation?

(OP)
Material is steel, and yes , that's an estimation from test data

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