Solder Joint Design Calculations
Solder lap joint equations for stress in tension, stress in shear, tensile stress in brazed joint.
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Allowed Joint stress loading equation:
τ_{A} = S_{US} / k_{s}
Joint shear stress equation:
τ = F / ( b · L )
Minimum overlap length of solder surface formula:
L_{min} = F / ( b · τ_{A} )
Strength check of solder line:
τ ≤ τ_{A}
Optimum overlap length formula:
Anticipates that any breakage occurs in the joint itself, and not in the basic parts material equation:
L_{opt} = max {L_{min}, L_{1} }
where:
L_{1} = ( S_{Ub} · s ) / S_{US}
where:
S_{U} = joint strength in shear of solder [psi, MPa],
k_{S} = shear safety coefficient factor (typically 2 or greater),
F = transferred force [lb, N],
b = width (minimum) of connected parts [in, mm],
s = thickness of connected parts (in, mm],
S_{Ub} = Tensile strength of basic part material in axial loading [psi, MPa],
L = Length of overlap (in, mm).,
L_{1} = Minimum length of over lap on parts strength (in, mm).
Reference:
Kent's Machine Engineers Handbook, 12th Edition Design and Production, 1950 Colin Carmichael
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