How Things Break: Fatigue (WEBINAR)

Course Number: F-4002WN
Credit: 4 PDH
Subject Matter Expert: Raymond M. Burynski, Jr.
Scheduled: Tuesday, December, 19, 2017, 11:00am - 3:10pm ET (10am CT, 9am MT, 8am PT)
Type: Live Interactive Webinar
Price: $239.90 $159.90   (Discount Ends:12/12/2017 at midnight)
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In How Things Break: Fatigue, you'll learn ...

  • The basic mechanisms of fatigue failure
  • The response of various materials to cyclic loading
  • How designers can estimate and reduce the effects of fatigue

Overview

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Fatigue occurs when a material experiences repeated applications of a relatively low stress. Although designers have long been aware that materials can become “tired,” fatigue remains one of the leading causes of in-service component failure. Since fatigue failures can occur without warning, proper design is critical.

This webinar presents an overview of the material fatigue phenomenon, along with the methods used by engineers to estimate component life under cyclic loading. Several case studies will be presented to illustrate the concepts.

 

Specific Knowledge or Skill Obtained

This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Basic understanding of fatigue failure
  • Characteristics of various materials under cyclic loading
  • Visual indications of fatigue on fracture surfaces
  • Interpretation of S-N Curves
  • Influence of environment and geometry
  • Effect of manufacturing processes on component life
  • Calculation methods to estimate component life
  • Design tips to extend life of cyclically loaded components
  • Case studies of fatigue failures
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Webinars earn PDH credits for engineers in all states, unless otherwise stated in the literature for a specific webinar. For more details, check your state requirements.

ATTENTION NEW YORK, WISCONSIN AND IOWA ENGINEERS: Your states specifically require a certain number of "live" credit hours as a part of your PDH requirement. This webinar is provided by Decatur Professional Development, LLC and has been accepted by the New York State Board to fulfill this requirement. This webinars also meets the "live training" requirements of the Wisconsin and Iowa Boards.

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