The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 10 > Design of Steel Cables Against Free-Bending Fatigue at Terminations
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Design of Steel Cables Against Free-Bending Fatigue at Terminations

The present paper highlights the significant shortcomings of the traditional maximum (extreme fibre) stress (or strain) approaches for design against free-bending fatigue at the fixed ends to axially preloaded steel spiral strands in various fields of application. Professor M. Raoof

Author(s): Raoof, M

Keywords: cables;steel;design;ends;fatigue;deflecting;numerical methods;reviews;analysis