Fatigue failure is defined as the tendency of a material to fracture by means of progressive brittle cracking under repeated alternating or cyclic stresses of an intensity considerably below the normal strength. Fundamental requirements during design and manufacturing to avoid fatigue failure are different for each different case and should be considered during the design phase.



Piotr Stepien
Piotr Stepien is senior technical engineer at MIDAS IT. He is specialized in mechanical FEA analysis.

"Maths are the basis of FEA Analysis, this is why I am always focused on teaching the mathematical background going with the Analysis, to make everyone more professional and more efficient in their daily job by understanding what is behind ! " --Piotr Stepien

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