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Steel structures have smaller members and larger operating stress levels than other construction materials. Buckling and stability become more critical as higher strength materials evolve. Fatigue and fracture. Crack initiation, crack growth and propagation were not considered issues of importance in structural engineering until the last 40 or 50 years. However, the increasing yield stress, operating stress levels, emphasis on plastic and ultimate capacity, and use of welded construction have resulted in increased frequency of fatigue and fracture in bridges and industrial systems.
They are directly addressing bridge vibration and pedestrian comfort issues, but there is still ambiguity regarding the role deflections and deformations play in determining the service life of the bridge. Increased operating stress levels also increase the propensity for fatigue cracking. HPS steels reduce the risk of fatigue at these higher stress levels by using undermatched weld metals at fatigue sensitive weld locations, improved fatigue resistant details, and the increased CVN toughness of the HPS materials.
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