Fatigue strength

Fatigue strength,

Definition of Fatigue strength:

  1. Number of cycles of stress of a specific character that a specimen of material can withstand before failure of a specific nature occurs. Number of cycles required (usually 10 million) to cause a failure decreases as the level of stress increases. Also called fatigue limit, it is affected by the environmental factors such as corrosion.

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