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Fatigue Crack Growth, Fatigue, and Stress Corrosion Crack Growth: Section XI Evaluation

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Fatigue has often been described as the most common cause of failure in engineering structures, and designers of pressure vessels and piping have incorporated fatigue considerations into design requirements since the first edition of Section III in 1963. The development of this technology and its application in Section III are discussed in Chapter 39 of the third edition of this publication. Its application in Section XI is discussed in Section 32.3 of this chapter.

32.1Fatigue Crack Growth Analyses
32.2Stress Corrosion Crack Growth
32.3Operating Plant Fatigue Assessment: Section XI, Appendix L
32.4References

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