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Stress concentration design factors charts and relations useful in making strength calculations for machine parts and structural elements. by Rudolph Earl Peterson

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Published by John Wiley in New York, London .
Written in English


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  Peterson's Stress Concentration Factors establishes and maintains a system of data classification for all of the applications of stress and strain analysis and expedites their synthesis into CAD applications. Substantially revised and completely updated, this book presents stress concentration factors both graphically and with formulas. It also employs computer-generated art in its portrayal 5/5(2). The definitive guide to stress concentration, newly revised and updated. Stress concentration factors are used in the design of mechanical or engineering structures and machinery and have a tremendous impact on design of virtually every product or structure subject to environmental or use-related stress―from nuclear equipment, deep-sea vehicles, and aircraft to space vehicles, underground Cited by: Mechanical Engineering Design Table A–15 Charts of Theoretical Stress-Concentration Factors K*t (Continued) Figure A–15–7 Round shaft with shoulder fillet in File Size: 1MB. Peterson's Stress Concentration Factors establishes and maintains a system of data classification for all of the applications of stress and strain analysis and expedites their synthesis into CAD applications. Substantially revised and completely updated, this book presents stress concentration factors both graphically and with formulas/5(19).

Peterson's Stress Concentration Factors establishes and maintains a system of data classification for all of the applications of stress and strain analysis and expedites their synthesis into CAD applications. Substantially revised and completely updated, this book presents stress concentration factors both graphically and with formulas. During the design phase, there are multiple approaches to estimating stress concentration factors. Several catalogs of stress concentration factors have been published. Theoretical approaches, using elasticity or strength of material considerations, can lead to equations similar to the one shown above. Takes a deep dive into the theory and methods for material characterization, quantification and analysis methods of stress and strain, and static and fatigue design ; Peterson's Stress Concentration Factors is an excellent book for all mechanical, civil, and structural engineers, and for . A stress concentration (also called a stress raiser or a stress riser) is a location in an object where the stress is significantly greater than the surrounding region. Stress concentrations occur when there are irregularities in the geometry or material of a structural component .

A formula is developed to predict the peak stress con-centration factor (SCF) for analysis and/or design in con-Junction with the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Divisions 1 and 2. The formula is rationally derived to include all of the parameters that are required to define the various penetration configurations used in. The stress concentration and stress state of tubing and casing thread connection should be considered in design in light of sour environments. Excessive local stress concentration or excessive tensile stress value of the principal stress of VME (Von Mises equivalent) stress . Geometric Stress Concentration Factors Shigley, Fig. A ()w d t A F σ σ σ K 0 0 nom nom max t = − = = Geometric stress concentration factors can be used to estimate the stress amplification in the vicinity of a geometric Size: KB. A. K. Sengupta MET Stress concentration 2/6 geometry cause stress concentration. In mechanical design, stress concentration effects can be minimized by placing these geometric features in a noncritical stress area. However, in some cases, the effect of stress .