The stress to which a material can be subjected for a specified number of fatigue cycles.
The ability of a material to withstand cyclic stress.
The maximum stress that a material can sustain for a specified (or standardized) number of stress cycles before it fails.
The strength under the maximum cyclic stress before failure of a sample; The residual strength after fatigue.
The stress at which failure occurs for a given number of cycles.
Physical Properties and Testing Force that a joint will withstand when the force is applied repeatedly for an infinite number of times.
Magnitude of fluctuating stress required to cause failure in a fatigue test specimen after a specified number of cycles of loading. Usually determined directly from the S-N diagram.
Maximum cyclical stress withstood for a given number of cycles before a material fails.
The maximum stress that a metal can sustain for a specified number of cycles without failure.
The maximum stress that can be sustained for a specified number of cycles without failure, the stress being completely reversed within each cycle unless otherwise staled.
A fracture resistance ability of a fastener during subjection to stress variations.
The measurement of maximum stress a metal product can sustain for a specific number of cycles before fracturing into two pieces.
A fastener's fracture resistance ability during subjection to variations of stress.
The fracture resistance of bolts during subjection to stress variations.
The ability of a fastener to resist fracture when subjected to cyclic variations in stress.
the unit stress that ruptures a bar after an enormous (around 40 million) number of repetitions of a load covering a range of values.
Stress at which failure occurs after a specific number of deflections.
The maximum cyclical stress a material can withstand for a given number of cycles before failure occurs. The residual strength after being subjected to fatigue.
Maximum stress that a material will endure without failure for a specified number of load cycles.