Cover: A Comparison of the FFA and RAND Methods of Fatigue Analysis

A Comparison of the FFA and RAND Methods of Fatigue Analysis

Published 1955

by Francis Reynolds Shanley

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A study concerning the development of a method, proposed as a basis for improved airworthiness requirements, which analyzes the structure for repeated loads. A comparison is made between the essential features of the FFA method (presented by Mr. B. Lundberg at the 18th Wright Brothers Lecture) and the RAND method (given in RM-1127, Fatigue Analysis of Aircraft Structures).

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