Rev. Met. Paris
Volume 88, Number 6, Juin 1991
|Page(s)||565 - 574|
|Published online||27 January 2017|
Behaviour of steel structures : fatigue and failure*
Comportement des structures en acier : fatigue et rupture
The results of research projects on heavy plates funded by the ECSC over the past decade are demonstrated by some examples. Significant progress has been made in developing assessment procedures guaranteeing the integrity of steel structures, in particular for safety sensitive components in bridges, pressure vessels or offshore systems. Projects dealing with static or fatigue loading situations have been distinguished and Anally an outlook on current and proposed projects is given.
Subject of lecture at the ATS Steelmaking Conference 1990 (Paris, December 4-6, 1990, Session 7 on « results of ECSC collaborative research on steel in the European Community »). The authors are:
— Prof. Dr.rer.nat. W. Dahl, Head of the Institute of Ferrous Metallurgy (IEHK), Technical University Aachen.
— Dr.-Ing. R. Hubo, Department of Materials Technology, IEHK, now : DHS, Dillinger Steelworks, Marketing.
© La Revue de Métallurgie 1991
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