Stress concentrations: interaction and stress decay for selected cases.
Abstract:ESDU 85045 discusses the decay of stress from a stress concentration and explains how knowledge of the decay from an individual stress raiser can be used to determine the likely interaction between two similar features. Data are presented on the decay of stress from an elliptical hole in a flat plate loaded either uniaxially or biaxially. Stress concentration factors are also presented for a pair of equal circular holes in a finite width plate loaded uniaxially transverse to the axis of the holes; the data relate to points on the edges of the holes on either end of the diameters transverse to the load. Stress concentration factors are also given for a series of notches in the edge of a plate loaded parallel to the notched edge.
- Adjacent Circular Holes in Flat Plates
- Circular Holes in Bars or Strips
- Circular Holes in Flat Plates
- Elliptical Holes in Flat Plates
- Stress Concentration
- U-Notches in Edge of Plate
|Data Item ESDU 85045|
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|Figure 1||Decay of stress away from an elliptical hole in a wide plate|
|Figure 2||Decay of stress away from an elliptical hole in a wide plate|
|Figure 3||Decay of stress away from an elliptical hole in a wide plate|
|Figure 4||Finite width plate with two holes|
|Figure 5||Finite width plate with two holes|
|Figure 6||Finite width plate with semi-circular notches W/r = 18|