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Stress Concentration Factors
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.
Rankine Gordon Equation
The Rankine Gordon equation which is a semi-empirical formula, and takes into account the crushing strength of the material, its Young's modulus and its slenderness ratio.
Tension Compression Machine Feature Equation and Calculator
Design calculators and equations for tension and compression of a machine feature with reduces section area..
Area-Moment Method Calculate Deflections in Beams
Area-Moment Method To Calculate Deflections in Beams. Calculation of deflections and redundant reactions for beams on two supports can be made by the use of the area–moment method.
Rectangular Plate Circular Load Equation and Calculator
Rectangular plate, circular concentrated load at center, clamped edges (empirical) equation and calculator. The load is assumed to act over a small area of radius e.
Rectangular Plate Concentrated Load at Center Equation and Calculator
Rectangular plate, concentrated load at center, simply supported (empirical) equation and calculator. The load is assumed to act over a small area of radius e.
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