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Impact Loading Approximate Formulas
Impact and Sudden Loading Approximate Formulas Equations
Miner's Rule Linear Damage Rule
Linear Damage Rule - Miner's Rule. The linear damage rule was first proposed by Palmgren in 1924 and was further developed by Miner in 1945. Today the method is commonly known as Miner's Rule.
Stress Concentration Factors for Flat Plates and Cylinders
In a structure or machine part having a notch or any abrupt change in cross section, the maximum stress will occur at this location and will be greater than the stress calculated by elementary formulas based upon simplified assumptions as to the stress distribution.
Sizes for Springs
Preferred Sizes for Spring Materials, Wire, Strip, and Bars.
Measuring Case Depth Hardness
Acceptable Methods of Measuring Case Depth Hardness
Stress Concentration Factors For Shafts and Cylinders
Stress Concentration Factors, Stress concentration is related to type of material, the nature of the stress, environmental conditions, and the geometry of parts.
Convergent Divergent Nozzle Flow Velocity and Area Equation and Calculator
Convergent-Divergent Nozzle Flow Velocity and Area Equation and Calculator
Cylindrical Torsion Spring Equation and Calculator
Cylindrical Torsion spring with torque applied design equations and calculator
Cylindrical Shear Spring Design Equation and Calculator
Cylindrical shear spring with axial load applied design equations and calculator, load P
Two Block Shear Spring Design Equations and Calculator
Springs of rubber bonded to metal are made in a wide variety of configurations. The rubber is usually in shear and, because of the high internal damping, such springs are used for limiting vibrations.
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