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Automotive Steel Design Manual

Automotive Steel Design Manual

Automotive Steel Design Manual

Some years back, I got hold of the Automotive Steel Design Manual Chapter 3.5 Designing against Fatigue Filures. I have the hard copy on my desk. I don't know today how I got it, but I think I downloaded it for free. (Legal or not???) When I try to find downloading possiblities on the IN, it is of course not free. Does anybody know of free download possibilities?


RE: Automotive Steel Design Manual

I have so many copies of parts of textbooks, manuals, analyses from coworkers, etc. from over the years, that I wish I had the originals for. Some aren't complete, some are illegible, and some may have had other useful stuff that I didn't copy. Live and learn.

That may be an SAE manual, you could contact them.


Jim Kinney
Kennedy Space Center, FL

RE: Automotive Steel Design Manual

Yes, Jim ) think it is SAE stuff. Thanks.

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