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Fatigue Monitoring of Welded Details

  • Yang DengEmail author
  • Aiqun Li
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Abstract

The ASCE Committee on Fatigue and Fracture Reliability reported that 80%–90% of failures in steel structures are related to fatigue and fracture (ASCE Committee in J Struct Div ASCE 108(1):3–88, 1982) [1], (Byers et al. in J Struct Eng ASCE 123(3):277–285, 1997) [2]. During the operational period, bridge structures are subjected to millions of cyclic loadings caused by live traffic loads, resulting in the fatigue damage and fracture taken place in the critical components of steel bridges.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Beijing Advanced Innovation Center for Future Urban DesignBeijing University of Civil Engineering and ArchitectureBeijingChina

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