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Questions to experts in Variable Amplitude Loading in Fatigue of metals

As a newcomer in this field, I try to pose some questions to the experts in Variable Amplitude Loading fatigue. The questions are probably trivial, but I don't find any reply in the literature, particularly on the arbitrary choice of frequency cutoff in the spectrum loading, and on the distinction  between cracked and uncracked structures. See attach and please respond if you can, even directly on email at mciava@poliba.it

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VAL2015 conference on Variable Amplitude Loading - Abstract submission system opened

Dear iMechanician

We are preparing everything necessary to host the 3rd International Conference on Material and Component Performance under Variable Amplitude Loading (VAL 2015) in Prague, Czech Republic in March 23-26, 2015. From now on, you can register your abstracts in the online
submission system
. The system will stay open till July 7, 2014, so do not forget to insert your abstract in time.

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1st invitation to VAL 2015 conference discussing effects of variable amplitude loading

Dear iMechanicians,

Let me invite you the 3rd International Conference on Material and Component Performance under Variable Amplitude Loading (VAL 2015) taking place in Prague, Czech Republic in March 23-26, 2015. See the details on its website http://www.val-conf.org.

The conference will discuss among others these primary questions:

Variable amplitude loading in Abaqus 6.7

Hi,

 I'm a beginner Abaqus user and I'm trying to model a variable amplitude loading to a plate. Anyone have any suggestions on how to imput this type of load in Abaqus?? 

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