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Resources on Fatigue Design of Weldments

Resources on Fatigue Design of Weldments

Resources on Fatigue Design of Weldments

My schooling as a CE didn't really teach me much in the realm fatigue in weldments and connection design. But now in my career I am attempting to do this design work and am needing resources to teach myself how to do this. If anyone has any "fatigue design for dummies" resources that helped you learn to fatigue design I am looking for any help you are willing to give.
The resources I have currently:
Design of Weldments - Blodgett
Design of Welded Structures - Blodgett
D1.1 and D1.5 - AWS


RE: Resources on Fatigue Design of Weldments

You say "...resources that helped you learn to fatigue design". You don't learn to fatigue design. The object is to design against fatigue failure.

RE: Resources on Fatigue Design of Weldments

Look for "Structural Stress Method For The Fatigue Of Weldments" by P. Dong.

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