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Current procedures used by the airframe industry for predicting fatigue life of structures loaded by high-energy acoustical noise are reviewed. Deficiences in the methods are discussed and future work is suggested. The need for spectrum-type fatigue tests is emphasized.
Schjelderup, H. C.
Member of the Senior Staff, National Engineering Science Co., Pasadena, Calif