The Fatlab source code is hosted on SourceForge. To download, click the button below and go to the Files tab to download a .zip file containing the source code.
The source version requires Matlab R2016a or later. Due to compiled mex-files, it runs on Windows 64bit machines only. It does not draw on any additional toolboxes, just the plain version of Matlab. It can optionally use the Parallel Computing Toolbox.
Using Fatlab with earlier releases of Matlab or other operating systems requires all mex files to be re-compiled, since these are specific to the Windows 64bit platform and not backwards compatible. Help for this is available in make.m. Alternatively, all the .m versions of the compiled files can be used (just delete “_mex” from all function calls) although this is much slower.
Fatlab is briefly described in the following paper. If you use Fatlab in an academic context, please cite it as follows:
M.M. Pedersen, “Multiaxial fatigue analysis software – Fatlab”, Proceedings of the 30th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, October 25-27, DTU, Copenhagen, 2017.
Copyright (c) 2017, Mikkel M. Pedersen, Aarhus University
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Fatlab uses the following components, primarily from Matlab Fileexchange (license files included in the download). Thanks to everybody sharing their code.
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