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Tatsuo Endo (遠藤 達雄 Endō Tatsuo?, 1925 – 1989) was a Japanese engineer who, in 1968 along with M. Matsuishi, developed the rainflow-counting algorithm for fatigue analysis of structures while a visiting professor at the University of Illinois.
- Murakami, Y. (1992) The Rainflow Method in Fatigue: The Tatsuo Endo Memorial Volume ISBN 0-7506-0504-9
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