High strength steel (HSS) wire ropes are widely used in civil engineering to act as hangers or bridge cables. These kinds of structural members are particularly prone to both corrosion and fatigue damage owing to typical exposition and load conditions. Within this framework, in the present paper a comprehensive state of the art review dealing with literature and normative models for fatigue checks of corroded wire ropes is presented. Most peculiar aspects related to correct fatigue demand and strength evaluation in wire ropes are discussed on the basis of over 40 research works. © 2022 Institution of Structural Engineers

Methodologies for the fatigue assessment of corroded wire ropes: A state-of-the-art review

Berto Filippo
2022

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High strength steel (HSS) wire ropes are widely used in civil engineering to act as hangers or bridge cables. These kinds of structural members are particularly prone to both corrosion and fatigue damage owing to typical exposition and load conditions. Within this framework, in the present paper a comprehensive state of the art review dealing with literature and normative models for fatigue checks of corroded wire ropes is presented. Most peculiar aspects related to correct fatigue demand and strength evaluation in wire ropes are discussed on the basis of over 40 research works. © 2022 Institution of Structural Engineers
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