Currently, in SDC Verifier, it is possible to perform code checking according to DVS 1608 (June 2010) – Aluminium Fatigue Check and DVS 1612 (August 2014) – Steel Fatigue Check and Static Stress Check.
DVS 1608 (June 2010) Design and strength assessment of welded structures from aluminum alloys in railway applications – Aluminium Fatigue Check
DVS 1608 deals with the design and strength assessment of welded structures from aluminium alloys in railway applications.
SDC Verifier can perform Fatigue Check according to DVS 1608 (June 2010) for Aluminium welded joints.
You can find the whole standard on DVS website: DVS 1608
DVS 1612 (August 2014) Design and endurance strength analysis of steel welded joints in rail-vehicle construction – Steel Fatigue Check and Static Stress Check.
DVS 1612 applies to the design and dimensioning for fatigue strength of arc welded joints of steels used in rail vehicle construction. It is to be applied to welded structures with plate thicknesses >2 mm and for some types of joints also with plate thicknesses >1.5 mm.
SDC Verifier can perform Fatigue Check according to DVS 1612 for steel welded joints.
SDC Verifier can perform Static Stress Check according to DVS 1612 (August 2014).
You can find the whole standard on DVS website: DVS 1612
Help Article on Implementation of DVS 1608 and DVS 1612 in SDC Verifier
Info on DVS Standards
DVS standards belong to the group of DIN – Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V. (DIN; in English, the German Institute for Standardization Registered Association), the German national organization for standardization and is the German ISO member body headquartered in Berlin. There are currently around thirty thousand DIN Standards, covering nearly every field of technology.