Low cycle fatigue tests which should simulate in-service plastic stressing are not standardized.
What does LCF stand for?
LCF stands for Low Cycle Fatigue
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It is used in cases where the accumulation of the plastic strains takes place: large quasistatic loads, creep, low cycle fatigue and impact.
Investigation of low cycle fatigue crack opening by finite element method, Mechanika (3): 13-17.
Low cycle fatigue behavior of softwood in compression parallel to grain.
edu) has been selected by the SMTA Grant Committee to receive the award for his project, "Investigating the Combination of High and Low Cycle Fatigue on Solder Joints.
With excellent high temperature tensile and low cycle fatigue strength, this alloy could be used to provide cost savings in automotive applications, reducing vehicle weight.
Max 32 bit software is designed for all types of fatigue testing, including high and low cycle fatigue, service simulation, block loading, uniaxial, biaxial and multiaxial fatigue, and random loading.
Dependence of Low Cycle Fatigue Parameters on Mechanical Characteristics of Structural Materials, Doctoral Thesis, 117p (in Lithuanian).