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Fatigue Damage by Filippo Berto (ed.)

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Fatigue Damage
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN-13: 9783038426240
Number of pages: 206

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The Special Issue scope embraces interdisciplinary work aimed at understanding and deploying physics of fatigue and failure techniques, advancing experimental and theoretical failure analysis, modelling of the structural response with respect to both local and global failures, and structural design that accounts for scale and time effects in preventing engineering failures.

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