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Posted by: herrero Ū

08/01/2003, 07:53:19

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Trying to find the stress concentration factor of a radial hole in a tube under axial load.

External diameter: 80-100 mm

Internal diameter: 63-70 mm

Hole diameter: around 4mm

There should be some reference on the book:  Peterson, R. E. "Stress Concentration Factors", Wiley, New York, 1974

but I donīt find it available in libraries.

Will appretiate any help.

 




Jara Maria Herrero Mechanical Engineer

Modified by herrero at Fri, Aug 01, 2003, 07:55:20

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Posted by: DougP Ū

08/01/2003, 11:47:25

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The book you mentioned is available at amazon.com. When you get to the site just type in the title and the availability of the book will come up. I just looked and they have copies available from $126.63 used or $160.00 new. Hope this helps you out.

Doug







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