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Stress Analysis Manual

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Stress Analysis Manual
Gene E. Maddux
Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory
Leon A. Vorst
F. Joseph Giessler
Terence Moritz
Technology Incorporated
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Beams analysis, Column Analysis, Bar analysis, Trusses, Frames and Rings, Plates, Membranes, Pressure Vessels, Lug Analysis, Shaft, Bearing Stresses, Shafts, Bearing Stresses

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1. BEAMS
1.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE ANALYSIS OF BEAMS
1.2 NUMENCLATURE FOR THE ANALYSIS OF BEAMS
1.3 INTRODUCTION TO BEAMS IN bENDING
1.3.1 SIMPLE BEAMS IN Bending
1.3.1.1 SIMPLE bEAMS IN ELASTIC BENDING
1.3.1.2 SAMPLE PROBLEM-SIMPLE BEAMS IN ELASTIC BENDING
1.3.1.3 SIMPLE BEAMS IN PLASTIC BENDING
1.3.1.4 SAMPLE PROBLEM-SIMPLE BEAMS IN PLASTIC BENDING
1.3.1.5 1NTRODUCTION TO LATERAL INSTABILITY OF DEEP BEAMS IN BENDING
1.3.l.6 LATERAL INSTABILITY OF DEEL RECTANGULAR BEAMS IN BENDING
13.l.7 LATERAL INSTABILITY OF BEAMS
1.3.2 INTRODUcTION TO SHEAR AEB BEAMS IN BENDING
1.3.2.1 INTRODUCTION TO SHEAR Resultant BEAMS IN BENDING
1.3.2.2 UNSTIFFENED SHEAR RESISTANT BEAMS IN BENDING
1.3.2.3 STIFFENED SHEAR Resistant BEAMS IN BENDING
1.3.2.4 FLANGES OF STIFFENED SHEAR RESISTANT BEAMS
1.3.2.5 WEdS OF STIFFENED SHEAR RESISTANT BEAMS
1.3.2.6 RIVETS IN SHEAR RESISIANT BEAMS
1.3.2.6.1 "EB-TO-FLANGL RIVETS IN SHEAR RESISTANT BEAMS
1.3.2.6.2 RIB-TO-STIFFENER RIVETS IN SHEAR RESISTANT BEAMS
1.3.2.6.3 oTIFFENER.TO-FLANGE" RIVETS IN SHEAR RESISTANT BEAMS
1.3.2.7 SAMPLE PROBLEM-STIFFEned;,ED SHEAR RESISTANT BEAMS
1.3.3 ITRODUCTION TO PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAMS IN BENDING
1.3.3.1 EBS OF PARTIAL Tension FIELD BEAMS
1.3.3.2 EFFECTIVE AREA OF THE UPRIGHT OF A PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAM
1.3.3.3 i4SIGN Criteria FoR THE UPRIGHTS OF A PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAM
1.3.3.4 MOMENT OF INERTIA OF UPRIGHTS OF A PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAM
1.3.3.5 COMPUTED STRESSES IN THE uPRIGHTS OF A PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAM
1.3.3.6 ALLOWABLE STRESSES IN THE UPRIGHTS OF A PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAM
l.13.3.7 FLANGES OF PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAMS
1.3.3.8 RIVETS IN PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAMS
1.3.3.6.1 .EB-TO-FLANGE RIVETS IN A PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAM
1.3.3.8.2 WEB-TO-UPRIGHT RIVETS IN PARTIAL-TENSION FIELD BEAM
1.3.3.8.3 UPRIGHT-FLANGE RIVETS 11 A PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAM
1.3.3.93 ENDS OF PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAMS
1.3.3.10 WEBS AT THE ENDS OF PARTIAL TENSION FIELD bEAMS
1.3.3.11 UPRIGHTS AT THE ENDS UF PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAMS
1.3.3.12 RIVETS AT THE ENDS OF PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAMS
1.3.3.13 SAMPLE PROBLEM-PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAMS
1,3.3.14 PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAMS WITH ACCESS HOLES
1.3.3.15 WEBS OF PARTIAL Tension FIELD BEAMS WITH ACCESS HOLES
1.3.3.16 UPRIGHTS oF PARTIAL TENSION FIELD BEAMS WITH ACCESS HOLES
1.3.3.17 RIVETS IN PARTIAL TENSION BEAMS WITH ACCESS HOLES
1.3.4 INTRODUCTION TO Reaction Forces AND MOMENT5 ON BEAMS UNDER 'TRANSVERSE LOADING
1.3.4.1 REACTION FORCES AND MOMENTS ON BEAMS WITH ONE FIXED END AND ONE PINNED SUPPORT
1.3.4.2 SAMPLE Problem - Reactions ON BLAM WITH ONE FIXED AND ONE PINNED SUPPORT
1.3.4.3 REACTION FORCES AND MOMENTS ON BEAMS WITH BOTH ENDS FIXED
1,3.4o4 Reaction FORCES AND Moments ON CONTINUOUS BEAMS
1.3.4.5 APPLICATION OF THE MOMENT ElongATION TO SOLVING FOR THE REACTIONS ON CONTINUOUS BEAMS
1.3.4.6 SAMPLE PRALBLEM . Reactions ON CONTINUOUS BEAMS BY THE THREE MOMENT EUUATION
1.4 INTRODUCTION TO BEAMS UNDER COMBINED AXIAL AND TRANSVERSE LOADS - BEAM COLUMNS
1.4.1 APPROXIHATE METHOD Fu, UEA,4S UNDER COMBINEO AXIAL AND TRANSVERSE LOADS . BEAM COLUMNS
1.4.2 LXACT METHOO FOR DEAMS UNDER COMBINED AXIAL AND TRANSVERSE LOADS - BEAN COLUMNS
1.4.3 SAMPLE PROBLEM-BEAMS UNDER COMBINED AXIAL AND TRANSVERSE LOADS - BEAN COLUMNS
1.5 INTRODULTION TO BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5.1 CIRCULAR Beams IN TORS1UN
1.5.1.1 uNIFORM CIRCULAR 6EAM4 IN TORSION
1.5.1.2 Nonuniform,A CIRCULAR beams IN1 TORSION
1.5.l.3 SAMPLE ProBLEM CI RCULAR BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5.2 NUNCIRCULAR BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5.2.1 NONCIRCULAR OPEN BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5.2.1.1 Elliptical BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5.2.1.2 RECTANGULAR BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5.2.1.3 NONCIRCULAR BEAMS WITH THIN OPEN SECTIONS IN TORSION
1.5.2.1.4 SAMPLE PRoBLEM-NONCIRCULAR BEAMS WITH THIN OPEN SECTIONS IN TORSION
1.5.2.105 NONCIRCULAR OPEN BEAMS WITH VARIOUS CROSS SECTIONS IN TORSION
1.5.2.2 NONCIRCULAR CLOSED BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5.2.2.1 SINGLE CELL Noncircular CLOSED BEAMS IN Torsion
1.5.2.2.2 SINGLE CELL NONCIRCULAR CLOSED BEAMS WITH UNIFORM CROSS SECTION IN TORSION
1.5.2.2.3 SINGLE CELL NONCIRCULAR TAPERED CLOSED BEAMS IN TORSION
1,5,2.2.• EFFECT OF STIFFENERS ON NONCIRCULAR CLOSED BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5o2.2.5 SAMPLE PROBLEM - NONCIRCULAR CLUSED STIFFENED UNIFORM SECTION BEAM IN TORSION
I.5.Zo.26 eFFECT OF CUTOUTS ON CLOSED SINGLE CELL BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5.2.2.7 MULTICELL CLOSED BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5.2.2.8 SAMPLE PRoBLEM-MULTICELL CLOSED BEAMS IN TORSION
l.5,23 EFFECT OF END RESTRAINT ON NONCIRCULAR BEAMS IN TORSION1.5,0. ANALOGIES FOR BEAMS IN TORSION
1.5.3.1 MEMBRANE ANALOGY FOR dEANS IN ELASTIC TORSAUN
1.5o3.2 SAND HEAP ANALOGY FOR BEAMS IN PLASTIC TORSION
1.5.4 HELICAL SPRINGS
1.5.4.1 HELICAL SPRINGS OF ROUND WIRE
1,5.*42 HELICAL SPRINGS OF Square WIRE
2. CULUMN ANALYSIS
2.1 INTRODUCTION TO COLUMN ANALYSIS
2.2 NOMENCLATURE FOR COLUMN ANALYSIS
2.3 SIMPLE Columns
2.3.1 PRIMARY FAILURE OF SIMPLE COLUMNS
2.3.1.1 COLUMN DATA APPLICABLL TO BOTH LONG AND SHORT COLUMNS
2.3.1.2 SAMPLE PROBLEM - COLUMN DATA APPLICABLE TO BOTH LONG AND SHORT COLUMNS
2.3.le3 BENDING FAILURE OF CONCENTRICALLY LOADED LONG COLUMNS
2.301.4 COEFFICIET OF CONSTRAINT FOR END LOADED COLUMNS
2.3ot.5 DISTRIBUTED AXIAL LOAUS
2.3.1.6 SAMPLE PROBLEM - CONCENTRICALLY LOADED LONG COLUMN IN BENDING
2.30.* BENDING FAILURE OF ECCENTRICALLY LOADED LONG COLUMNS
Z.30108 EQUIVALENT ECCENTRICITY FOR IMPERFECT COLUMNS
2.3.l19 SAMPLE PROBLEM - LONG ECCENTRICALLY LOADED COLUMNS AND EQUIVALENT ECCENTRICITY
2.3..10 BENDING FAILURE OF COLUMNS
Z.3.1.11 bENDING FAILURE OF CONCENTRICALLY LOADED SHORT COLUMNS
2.3.1.11.1 TANGENT MODULUS EQUATION
2.3.1.11.2 SAMPLE PROBLEM - USE OF TANGENT MODULUS EQUATION FOR CONCENTRICALLY LOADED SHORT COLUMNS
Z.3.1.11.3 REDUCED MODULUS EUUATION
2.3.1.11.4 JOHNSON-EuLER EQUATION
2.3.1.11.5 STRAIGHT LINE EUUATION
2.3.1.I1.6 SAMPLE PROBLEM - USE oF STRAIGHT LINE EQUATION FOR CONCENTRICALLY LOADED SHORT COLUMNS
2.3.1.11.7 CRITICAL EFFECTIVE SLENDERNESS RATIO
2.3.1.11.8 BENDING FAILURE OF ECCENTRICALLY LOADED SHORT COLUMNS
2.3.1.11.9 SAMPLE PROBLEM - ECCENTRICALLY LOADED SHORT COLUMN IN BENDING
2.3.1.12 TORSIONAL FAILURE OF Simple COLUMNS
2.3.1.13 SAMPLE Problem - TORSONAL FAILURE OF SIMPLE COLUMNS
2.3.2 INTRODUCTION TO CRIPPLING FAILURE OF COLUMNS
2.3.2.1 CRIPPLING STRESS OF Round TUBES
2.3.2.2 SAMPLE Problem - CRIPPLING STRESS OF ROUND TUBES
2.3.2.3 CRIPPLING STRESS OF OUTSTANDING FLANGES
2.3.2.4 CRIPPLING STRESS OF ANGLE ELEMENTS AND COMPLEX SHAPES
2.3.2.5 SAMPLE Problem - cRIPPLING STRESS OF A COMPLEX SHAPE
2.3.2.6 CRIPPLING STRESS OF I BEAMS
2.4 COMPLEX COLUMNS
2.4.1 STEPPED AND TAPERED COLUMNS
Z.4.2 SAMPLE PRObLEM - STEPPED CULUMN
Z.4.3 LATTICED COLUMNS
3. bAR ANALYSIS
3.1 INTRODUCTION TO BAR ANALYSIS
3.z NoMENCLATuRE FOR bAR ANALYSIS
3.3 STATIC TENSILE LOADING OF BARS
3.4 SAMPLE Problem - BAR UNDER STATIC TENSILE LOAD
3.5 CYCLIC TESILE LOADING OF bARS
3.6 SAMPLE PROBLEM - BAR UNDER CYCLIC TENSILE LOAD
3.7 Compressive LOADING OF BARS
3.8 bENDING LoaDS ON bARS
3.9 TORSIONAL LOADING OF oARS
3.10 LACING 6AwS IN COLUMNS
4. TRUSSES-
4.1 INTRODUCTION TO Trusses
4.2 NOMENCLATURE FOR TRUSSES
4.3 STATICALLY DETERMINATL TRUSSES
4.3.1 INTRODUCTION TO STATICALLY DETERMINATE TRUSSES
4.3.2 APPLICATION OF THE METHOD OF JOINTS TO STATICALLY DETERMINATE TRUSSES
4.3.3 SAMPLE PRC;BLEM-APPLICATION OF THE METHOD OF JOINTS TO STATICALLY DETERMINATE TRUSSES
4.3.4 APPLICATION OF THE Method of SECTIONS TO STATICALLY DETERMINATE TRUSSES
4.3.5 SAMPLE PROBLEM - STATICALLY DETERMINATE TRUSSES BY THE METHOD OF SECTIONS
4.3.6 DEFLECTIONS IN STATICALLY UETERMINATE TRUSSES
4.3.7 SAMPLE PRoBLEM-DEFLECtioNS IN STATICALLY DLTENMINATE TRUSSES
4:4 STATICALLY INDETERMINATE TRUSSES
4.4.1 introduction TO STATICALLY INDLIERMINAIE trusses
4.4.2 STATICALLY INDETERMINATE TRUSSES WITH A SINGLE REDUNDANCY
4.4.3 SAMPLE PR0BLEM-STATICALLY INDETERMINATE TRUSSES WITH A SINGLE REDUNDANCY
4.4.4 STATICALLY INDETERMINATE TRUSSES WITH MULTIPLE REDUNDANCIES
5. FRAMES ANO RINGS
5.1 INTRODUCTION TO FRAMES AND RINGS
5.2 NOMENCLATURE FOR FRAMLS AND RINGS
5.3 SOLUTION of FRAMES BY THE METHOD OF MOMENT UDITRIBUTION
5.4 SAMPLE PRoBLEM-SOLUTION OF FRAMES BY THE METHOD OF MOMENT DISTRIBUTION
5.5 RECTANGULAR FRAMES
5.6 SAMPLE PROBLEM-RECTANGULAR FRAMES
5.7 FORMULAS F0R SIMPLE FRAMES
5.8 SAMPLE PROBLEM-FORMULAS FOR SIMPLE FRAMES
5.9 CIRCULAR RINGS AND ARCHES
5.10 SAMPLE PRoBLEM-CIRCULAR RINGS AND ARCHES
6. ANALYSIS OF PLATES
6.1 INTRODUCTION TO ANALYSIS OF PLATES
6.2 Nomenclature FOR ANALYSIS of PLATES
6s3 AXIAL COMPRESSION OF FLAT PLATES
6.3.1 BUCKLING of UNSTIFFENED FLAT PLATES IN AXIAL COMPRESSION
6,3.2 BUCKLING oF STIFFENEU FLAT PLATES IN AXIAL COMPRESSION
6.3.3 CRIPPLING FAILURE OF PLAT STIFFENED PLATES IN COMPRESSION
6.4 BENDING OF FLAT PLATES
•b.4,1' UNSTIFFENED FLAT PLAILS IN bENDING
694.2 bEAM-SUPPORTED FLAT PLATES IN BLNUING
6.5 SHEAR BUCKLING OF FLAT PLATES
6.6 AXIAL COMPRESSION OF LURVLD PLATES
6.7 SHEAR loading OF Curved PLATES
6.8 PLATES UNDER COMBINED loadings
6.8.1 FLAT PLATES UNDER COMbINED LOADINGS
6.8.2 CURVED PLATES UNDER CUMUINED LOADINQS
6.9 BuCKLING oF OBLIQUE PLATES
6.10 SAMPLE PROBLEM-PLATE ANALYSIS
6.11 BUCKLING oF SANDWICH PANELS
7. MEMBRANES
7.1 INTRODUCTION TO MEMBRANES
7.2 NOMENCLATURE FOR Membranes
7.3 CIRCULAR MEMBRANES
7.4 SAMPLE PROBLEM - CIRCULAR MEMBRANES
7.5 RECTANGULAR MEMBRANES
7.5.1 LONG RECTANGULAR MEMBKANES
7.5.2 SAMPLE PROBLEM - LONG RECTANGULAR MEMBRANES
7,5.3 SHORT RECTANGULAR MEMBRANES
7.5.3.1 THEORETICAL RESULTS for SHORT RECTANGULAR MEMBRANES
7.5.3.2 APPLICABILITY OF THEUOETICAL RESULTS FOR short RECTANGULAR MEMBRANES
7.5.3.3 SAMPLE PROBLEM - SHORT RECTANGULAR MEMBRANES
8. PRESSURE VESSELS
8.1 INTRODUCTION TO PRESSURE VESSELS
8.2 NOMENCLATURE FOR PRESSURE VESSELS
8.3 THIN PRESSURE VESSELS
8.3.1 SIMPLE THIN PRESSURE VESSELS
8.3.1.1 MEMBRANE STRESSES IN ZIMPLE THIN SHELLS OF REVOLUTION
8.3.101.• MEMBRANE STRESSES IN THIN CYLINDERS
8.3.1.1o2 MEMBRANE STRESSES IN THIN SPHERES
8.3.1.1.3 SAMPLE PROBLEM - MEMbRANE STRESSES IN THIN LYLINDERS AND SPHERES
8.3.01.2 heads OF THIN CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS
8.3.1.2.1 MEMBRANE STRESSES IN MEADS OF THI1 CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS
8.3.1.2.2 DISCONTINUITY STRESSES AT THE jUNCTION OF A THIN CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSEL AND ITS HEAD
8.3.1.2.2.1 INTRODUCTION TO DISCONTINUITY STRESSES
8.3.1.2.2.2 DISCONTINUITY STRESSES AT ;UNCTION OF THIN CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSEL AND HEAD
8.3.I.2,2oZ.I SAMPLE PROBLEM - DISCUNTINUITY FORCES IN CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS WITH DISHED HEADS
8.3.1o2.2.3 DISCONTINUITY STRESSES IN THIN CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS WITH FLAT HEADS
8.3.1.2.2.3.o SAMPLE PRoBLEM - DISCONTINUITY STRESSES IN PRESSURE Vessels WITH FLAT HEADS
8.3o..2o2.4 DUSCONTINUITY STRESSES IN IHIN CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS WITH CONICAL HEADS
8.3.1.2o2.4.1 SAMPLE PROBLEM . DISCoNTINUITY STRESSES IN PRESSURE VESSELS WITH CONICAL HEADS
8.3.1.3 BUCKLING of THIN SIMPLE PRESSURE VESSELS UNDER EXTERNAL PRESSURE
8.3.1.3.1 BUCKLING oF ThIN SIMPLE CYLINDERS UNDER EXTERNAL PRESSURE
8.31•.3.1.1 SAMPLE PROBLEM - BUCKLING oF THIN SIMPLE CYLINDERS UNDER EXTERNAL PRESSURE
8.3.19.32 bUCKLING OF THIN SIMPLE SPHERES UNDER EXTERNAL PRESSURE
8.3.1.4 STRESSES IN SIMPLE CYLIDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS DUE TO SUPPORTS
8.3.1o5 CRIPPLING STRESS OF PRESSURIZED AND UNPRESSURIZEC' THIN SIMPLE CYLINDERS
8.3.1.5.1 CRIPPLING STRESS OF SIMPLE THIN CYLINDJLRS IN COMPRESSION
8.3.1.51.1 CRIPPLING STRESS OF PrESSURIZED SIMPLE THIN CYLINDERS IN COMPRESSION
8.3.1.5.1.2 CRIPPLING STRESS OF PKLSSURIZEU SIMPLE THIN CYLINDERS IN COMPRESSION
8.3.1.5.2 CRIPPLING STRESS OF SIMPLE THIN CYLINDERS IN BENDING
8.3.1.5.2.l CRIPPLING STRESS OF UNPNESSURIZED SIMPLE THIN CYLINDERS IN BENDING
8.3.1.5.2.2 CRIPPLING STRESS OF PRESSURIZED SIMPLE THIN CYLINDERS IN BENDING
8.3.1.5.3 CRIPPLING STRESS of SIMPLE THIN CYLINDERS IN TORS1ON
8.3.1.5.3.1 CRIPPLING STRESS oF UNPMLSSURIZED SIMPLE THIN CYLINDERS IN TORSION
8.3.1,5,3.2 CRIPPLING STRESS OF PRESSURIZED SIMPLE THIN CYLINDERS IN TORSION
8.3.1.5.3.2.1 SAMPLE PROBLEM - CRIPPLING STRESS OF PRESSURIZED SIMPLE THIN CYLINDERS IN TORSION
8.3.1,5,4 INTERACTION FORMULAS FOR THE CRIPPLING OF PRESSURIZED AND UNPRESSURIZED CYLINDERS
8.3.1.5.4.1 SAMPLE PROBLEM . CRIPPLING INTERACTION OF SIMPLE THIN CYLINDERS IN COMPRESSION AND BENDING
8.3.2 STIFFENED THIN PRESSURE VESSELS
8,3.2.1 THIN CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS WITH STRINGERS UNDER INTERNAL PRESSURE
8.3.2.1.1 SAMPLE PROBLEM - THIN CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS WITH STRINGERS UNDER INTERNAL PRESSURE
8.3.2.2 THIN CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS WITH RINGS UNDER INTERNAL PRESSURE (STRINGERS OPTIONAL)
8.3.2.2.1 SAMPL. PROBLEM - STIFFE14ED THIN CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSEL WITH INTERNAL PRESSURE
8.4 THICK PRESSURE VESSELS
8.4.1 THICK CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS
8.4.1.1 THICK CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS UNDER INTERNAL PRESSURE ONLY
8.4.1.2 THICK CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSELS UNDER EXTERNAL PRESSURE ONLY
6.4.1.3 SAMPLE PROBLEM - THICK CYLINDRICAL PRESSURE VESSEL
8.4.2 THICK SPHERICAL PRESSURE VESSELS
8.5 ANISOTROPiC PRESSURE VESSELS
9. LUG ANALYSIS
9.1 INTRODUCTION TO LUG ANALYSIS
9.2 LUG ANALYSIS NOMENCLATURE
9.3 LUG AND BUSHING Strength UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.3.1 LUG BEARING STRENGTH uNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.3.2 LUG NET-SECTION STRENGTH UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.3.3 LUG DESIGN STRENGTH UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.3.4 bUSHING BEARING STRENUTH UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.3.5 COMBINED LUG-BUSHING DESIGN STRENGTH UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.4 L.UBLE SHEAR JOINT STRENGTH UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.4.1 LUG-BUSHING DESIGN STRENGTH FOR DOUBLE SHEAR JOINTS UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.4o2 PIN SHEAR STRENGTH FUR DOUBLE SHEAR JOINTS UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9o4.3 PIN BENDING STRENGTH FOR DOUBLE SHEAR JOINTS UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.4.4 LUG TANG STRENGTH FOR DOUBLE SHEAR JOINTS UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.5 SINGLE SHEAR JOINT STRENGTH UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.5.1 LUG BEARING STRENGTH FOR SINGLE SHEAR JOINTS UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOADS
9.5.2 LUG INTERSECTION STRENGTH FOR SINGLE SHEAR 40INTS UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.5.3 BUSHING STRENGTH FOR SINGLE SHEAR JOINTS UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.5.4 PIN SHEAR STRENGTH FOR SINGLE SHEAR JOINTS UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.5.5 PIN BENDING STRENGTH FOR SINGLE SHEAR JOINt5 UNDER UNIFORM AXIAL LOAD
9.6 EXAMPLE OF UNIFORM AXIALLY LOADED LUG ANALYSIS
9.7 LUG AND BUSHING STRENGTH UNDER TRANSVERSE LOAD
9.7.l LUG STRENGTH UNDER TRANSVERSE LOAD
9.7T2 BUSHING STRENGTH UNDER TRANSVERSE LOAD
9.8 DOUBLE SHEAR JOINTS UI1OER TRANSVERSE LOAD
9.9 SINGLE SHEAR JOINTS UNDER TRANSVERSE LUAU
9.10 LUG AND BUSHING STRENGTH UNDER OBLIGUE LOAD
9.10.l LUG STRENGTH UNDER Oblique LOAD
9.10.2 BUSHING STRENGTH UNDER ObLIQUE LOAD
9.11 DOUBLE SHEAR JOINTS UNDER OBLIQUE LOAD
9.12 SINGLE SHEAR JOINTS UNDER OBLIQUE LOAD
9.13 MULTIPLE SHEAR AND single SHEAR CONNECTIONS
9.14 AXIALLY LOADED LUG DESIGN
9,14.1 AXIAL LUG DESIGN FOR PIN FAILURE
9.14,1.1 AXIAL LUG DESIGN FOR PIN FAILURE IN THE SHEARING MODE
.9.14.1.2 AXIAL LUG DESIGN FOR PIN FAILURE IN THE BENDING MODE
9.14.1.3 EXAMPLE OF AXIALLY LOADED LUG DESIGN
9.15 ANALYSIS OF LUGS WITH LESS THAN S PCT ELONGATION
9.1501 BEARING STRENGTH oF AXIALLY LOADED LUGS WITH LESS THAN 5 PCT ELONGATION
9.15.2 Intersection STRENGTH UF AXIALLY LOADED LUGS WITH LESS THAN 5 PCT ELONGATION
9.15.3 STRENGTH oF LUG TANGS IN AXIALLY LOADED LUGS WITH LESS THAN S PCT ELONGATION
9.15.4 LUG BUSHING STRENGTH IN AXIALLY LOADED SINGLE SHEAR JOINT WITH LESS THAN 5 PCT ELONGATION
9.15.5 BEARING STRENGTH OF TRANSVERSELY LOADED LUGS WITH LESS THAN 5 PCT ELONGATION
9.16 STRESSES DUE TO PRESS FIT BUSHINGS
9.17 LUG FATIGUE ANALYSIS,
9.18 EXAMPLE PROBLEM OF LUU FATIGUE ANALYSIS
10. TRANSMISSION. SHAFTING ANALYSIS
10.1 INTRODUCTION TO TRANSMISSION SHAFT ANALYSIS
1O.2 NOMENCLATURE USED IN TRANSMISSION SHAFTING ANALYSIS
10.3 LOADINGS ON CIRCULAR TRANSMISSION SHAFTING
10.4 ANALYSIS OF COMBINED STRESSES IN TRANSMISSION SHAFTING
10.5 DESIGN STRESSES AND LOAD VARIATIONS FOR TRANSMISSION SHAFTING
10.6 DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR CIRCULAR TRANSMISSION SHAFTING
10.6.1 SAMPLE ANALYSIS OF CIRCULAR TRANSMISSION SHAFTING
10.6.2 GENERAL DFSIGN EQUATIUN FOR CIRCULAR TRANSMISSION SHAFTING
11. BEARING STRESSES
11.1 INTRODUCTION TO BEARING STRESSES
11.2 NOMENCLATURE FOR BEARING STRESSES
11.3 bEARING STRESSES IN RIVETED CONNECTIONS
11.4 SAMPLE PROBLEM - bEARING STRESSES IN RIVETED CONNECTIONS
11.5 ELASTIC STRESSES AND Deformation OF VARIOUS SHAPES IN CONTACT
11.6 SAMPLE PROBLEM - ELASTIC STRESS AND DEFORMATION OF CYLINDER ON CYLINDER
11.7 EMPIRICAL TREATMENT OF ALLOWABLE BEARING LOADS
11.7.l EMPIRICAL FORMULAS FUK ALLOWABLE BEARING LOADS OF A CYLINDER ON A FLAT PLATE
11.72 EMPIRICAL FORMULA FOR ALLOWABLE BEARING LOAD OF STEEL SPHERES IN CONTACT

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