Stresses due to interference-fit pins and bushes in plates, strips or lugs.
Abstract:ESDU 71011 presents data on the elastic stresses arising in flat plates, bars, strips, or lugs from the insertion of a circular interference-fit pin or bush of similar or different material. Solid pins, bushes, and the juxtaposition of two identical interference-fit pins or bushes are considered. The data are based upon a two-dimensional analysis and therefore only give the average stress through the thickness of the plate or strip. Local deviations away from the average value are unlikely to be significant except perhaps where taper pins are used. The data apply strictly to isotropic materials that obey Hooke's Law, but may be used without significant error for most engineering materials.
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