It was first realized in the middle of the nineteenth century that engineering components and structures often fail when subjected to repeated fluctuating loads whose magnitude is well below the critical load under monotonic loading. Early investigations were primarily concerned with axle and bridge failures which occurred at cyclic load levels less than half their corresponding monotonic load magnitudes. Failure due to repeated loading was called “fatigue failure”.
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