Evaluation of Fatigue Endurance Foran Ultra Lightweight Inline Skate Frame

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In order to evaluate the fatigue endurance for an ultra lightweight inline skate frame, FEM analyses was performed. The tensile properties and an S-N curve were determined through tensile and fatigue tests on a modified Al-7075+Sc alloy. The yield and ultimate tensile strengths were 553.3 MPa and 705.5 MPa, respectively. The fatigue endurance limit of this alloy was 201.2 MPa. To evaluate the fatigue endurance of the inline skate frame, the S-N data were compared with the stress analysis results through FEM analyses of the frame. The maximum von Mises stress of the frame was determined to be 106 MPa through FEM analysis of the frame, assuming that the skater weight is 75 kg. Conclusively, on the basis of the fatigue limit, the inline skate frame has a safety factor of approximately 2.0.

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Dehuai Zeng

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431-436

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.739.431

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H. K. Kim "Evaluation of Fatigue Endurance Foran Ultra Lightweight Inline Skate Frame", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 739, pp. 431-436, 2013

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August 2013

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