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pipes equivalence in fatigue tests

pipes equivalence in fatigue tests

pipes equivalence in fatigue tests

Hi there !

hope everything is fine !
Please, I am contacting you for following issue.
In the past I have utilized a pipe of copper having diameter D and thickness t.
It has been under a vibrational fatigue test and has passed the test.

I have then changed the pipe.
The new one has got a smaller diameter, let's call D1, and smaller thickness, let's call it t1.

this second tube has not passed the vibrational fatigue test.

I am here asking you if exists a formula that may help me to compare the two pipes for a fatigue test, so that I can determine the suitable thickness t1'

many thanks

RE: pipes equivalence in fatigue tests

Hello Buddy.

I am New Here From Brass Component Company. We Provide Custom Word Wide Brass Component Jamnagar. So if you have any query about that are welcome.


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