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Poster Session

Each poster will be put on a panel, 1 m wide x2 m high, allowing to contain a poster in A0 size (0,8 m x 1,2 m).

For all presenters (in face to face or online), we would like to ask you to present your poster in 3min in video (ideally in format MP4 and codec h264). We ask you to send us your video by wetransfer on before the 10th November to be implemented in our platform.

For those who can not join Senlis, you can send the pdf file of your poster in A0 format (0,8 m x 1,2 m). We will print it out and fix it on the day. For those who will be in Senlis, you can either send us your pdf file before the 5th November. In fact, we take care of checking the quality of the file, formatting it in a Fatigue Design template, as well as its printing

A poster award will be attributed by a jury for the best poster presentation with a special prize.


The posters at Fatigue Design 2023:

• 15 – Fatigue calculation at hot spots in cope hole welded details using finite element analysis // By Kashif Toor

• 19 – Influence of shear cut holes on the fatigue performance of hot-rolled 800 MPa automotive steel grades // By Kalle Lipiäinen

• 23 – A pragmatic method to account for seismic stress cycles contribution in fatigue assessment compliant with RCCM French design code // By Sandy Limouzi

• 25 – System Reliability – eDrive // By Karthik Krishnasamy

• 28 – Equivalence of Vibration Signals for Fatigue Simulation. Effect of parameters on durability predictions // By Marco Bonato

• 30 – Fatigue assessment of steel tube-to-flange welded joints with reinforcement ribs subjected to multiaxial loads according to the Peak Stress Method // By Alberto Visentin

• 33 – Fatigue behavior of a nodular cast iron subjected to a variable amplitude strain-based load spectrum applied in bench tests of an Off-highway axle // By Jacopo Pelizzari

• 40 – Influence of the deposition conditions on industrialization and the fatigue life of parts built with Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) process // By Maxime Gicqueau

• 55 – Influence of temperature on tensile and fatigue behavior of premium quality Inconel 718 // By Lyne Meouchy

• 62 – Nondestructive mechanical characterization by small punch test and statistical fractography for the determination of the residual lifetime of old steel bridges // By Bhimal Bholah

• 69 – FEA Design optimization for Mining Excavators based on field measurements // By Farid Ahdad

• 71 – A numerical simulation methodology for steel plates with inhomogeneous properties at variable-amplitude loads // By Zane Yang

• 72 – Quantification of the influence of support effects on the fatigue strength of pre-loaded bolted joints under combined axial and bending loads // By Jan Weichert

• 78 – Numerical investigation of the influence of defects on the multiaxial fatigue behaviour of additively manufactured alloys // By Sai Sreenivas Penkulinti

• 80 – Numerical modeling of high-frequency fatigue testing for short crack propagation from tailored defect // By Marie Bouyx

• 87 – Mitigating the risk for creep-fatigue cracking in steam turbine rotors: an end user’s perspective // By Frits Petit

• 88 – Digital Twin for Predicting Progressive Damage in Operating Pressure Vessels // By Izat Khaled

• 94 – An Additive Manufacturing database to support the development of Metal AM applications // By Benoit Verquin

• 99 – Elastoplastic behavior of 316L stainless steel (SS) and the analysis of the Ratcheting phenomenon under cyclic loading // By Amira Aboussalih

• 102 – Effects of pre-strain, surface condition and residual stresses on the structural fatigue damage of wheel bearings: implementation of a numerical workflow from the manufacturing processes to the fatigue resistance // By Vo-Huu-Thuc Nguyen

• 106 – A pragmatic approach for the fatigue life estimation of hybrid joints // By Cristian Bagni

• 109 – Experimental investigation on the fatigue behavior of thermo-mechanically rolled heavy thick plates S460 // By Anis Mohabeddine

• 118 – Effects of hydrogen on fatigue properties of austenitic stainless steels at low temperature // By Romain Chochoy

• 121 – Application of self-heating measurement under cyclic loads in quality control process // By Nicolas Graux

• 131 – Assessment method for fatigue regarding existing motorway bridges made of weathering steel // By Jacques Berthellemy

• 132 – Considerations regarding the fatigue design of the steel bridges // By Jacques Berthellemy

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