Practical Fatigue Theory
Practical Fatigue Theory is a technical concept class designed to help you understand the role of fatigue in product life.
Important durability concepts are taught by explaining the necessary fatigue theory used in performing fatigue analysis. Emphasis is placed on the practical side of fatigue, with our expert trainers focusing on best practices for engineers.
In this course you will explore common fatigue analysis methods: stress-life (SN), strain-life (EN), and crack growth. For each of these methods, the course defines the basic procedure and assumptions, and provides an understanding of practical applicability. Software is not used during this course, instead focusing on practical concepts that provide an in-depth explanation of what’s going on behind the software. It is equally applicable to test and CAE-based fatigue calculations.
Class time is split between lectures and hands-on sessions where you will put the concepts into action by performing calculations. Case studies are shared to highlight practical applications of theory.
When: 13 September
Where: Southfield, MI (USA)
About: This training course is hosted by HBM-nCode. Visit www.ncode.com/training for more information and to register.
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Event Type: Course
Location: Southfield, MI USA
Date: September 13, 2016