Markov model for analyzing the residual static strength of a fiber-reinforced composite
The possibility of using a unified mathematical model, based on the theory of Markov chains, to describe the distribution of the conditional fatigue limit at a fixed number of loading cycles and the residual strength of a specimen after cyclic loading is demonstrated. Numerical examples are presented.
Keywordscomposite fiber fatigue life strength program loading
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