The design calculations for members subject to fluctuating loads with the same factor of safety yield the most conservative estimates when using
a)Gerber relation
b)Goodman relation
c)Soderberg relation
d)None of the above
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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Aakash Pandey
Jun 09, 2018
I.Soderberg criteria are used for ductile material and fluctuating loads.
II.Goodman criteria are used for brittle material and fluctuating loads.

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