Also have access to a lot of this stuff including FAE studies for various shapes, fillets and joints. However it is mostly indicative providing a baseline for what is mostly a static condition.
I have done a lot of work in this field too. Including some failure analysis. What makes a lot of this information all but useless is that a lot of its implementation gives you nothing on the 'feel' of the product. This is where most of the sport industry uses pure itterative R&D to develop their products relying heavily on field testing to achieve the balance in strength, stiffness, reflex and response. Often forgotten is the safety aspect where a product is required to fail under certain conditions in order to spare the user from a severe injury. All that just to find that the production process needs to be tweaked or refined to deliver the expected quality of finish etc. Herein lies an art that takes almost as long to become familiar with as undergoing a degree in engineering or product design.