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This study focuses on the mathematical analysis including FE modeling of a model presented in [1]. The beam showed a rectangular shape of beam section with CCX (C-channeled cross-section) in the web and was joined initially by a butt weld made of carbon steel with a reinforcement of 2 mm and 3 mm. The behavior of the described beam is analyzed during axial fatigue. It is shown that a model with an allowable distortion illustrated by the J-shape in the beam web in the story domain is necessary in order to help clarify the subsequent characteristics of the transverse crack propagation. The modeling of such a model is given in the Extrusion section. In addition to the modeling, the used model is applied to model the effect of the reinforcement of the weblin in the cross section on the allowable distortion. The analysis is carried out by using two approaches; the first is the approach that utilizes a technique such as SMA (state-matrix approach) and the second is the approach that is based on modal analysis and FE analysis normally utilized in structural analysis. To evaluate the contribution of the reinforcement to the stress field, a classical orthogonal analysis is carried out for the model without allowing the distortion of the C-channeled cross section. In the case of a small reinforcement ratio, the difference in the stress field in the axial direction is small. However, as the reinforcement ratio increases to 30%, a large difference in the stress field is obtained. The strength of the reinforcement effect increases with increasing reinforcement ratio. By comparing the analysis with the classical numerical analysis, it is found that the reinforcement ratio and reinforcement height contribute to the improvement of the stress field. The analysis shows that although there is no significant difference in modal features of the structure after the reinforcement, the reinforcement ratio of 30% in the case of using the ratio of the height and the width of the reinforcement is the largest and the most effective. d2c66b5586