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FatLim - Database of Fatigue Limits

The new FatLim database, which you can access from this site is a database with completely different structure if compared to its predecessor. Fatigue limits are considered as specific points on fatigue curves and as such are only a subgroup of the information gathered in FinLiv database that includes whole description of individual experimental results leading to the determination of the S-N approximation and to the fatigue limit derivation.

The transfer between the old and new databases has not been completed yet. Thus you can access the old data by visiting www.pragtic.com/experiments.php website. All the results of the individual tested prediction methods are also available only there now.You can still do the most operations concerning their viewing, but the edit functions are likely to be non-functional for some time before the transfer will be completed.

The functionality of the older FatLim database, the reasons why to build it and the obstacles on the way are summed up in the text, which was rejected by International Journal of Fatigue for the lack of a research-related content. Well, hopefully some of you will find it useful, so here it is for download.

Select test groups:
 
(only the groups with at least one curve with a defined
fatigue limit are available in the listbox
)

   

Hold Shift key if you want to choose a multiple continuous selection. If you would like to pick several isolated choices, hold Ctrl key.

 

If you want to search only for specific fatigue limit data, run the Selector engine:

Run Selector

Note please, that the Selector currently works only on the older FatLim database available from http://www.pragtic.com/experiments.php


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