Stresses developed on the surface of cylindrical joints subjected to multiple loads.
Schaff, James Carl
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This paper deals with t he stresses developed at the intersection of teo circular members of different diameters. Both members carried axial loads , with the larger member being continuous through the connection and the smaller terminating at the connection. The method for determination of the stress was by coating the larger member with photoelastic plastic and observing the stresses t hat developed at the connection. Stress concentration factors were determined by loading the larger member prior to the connecting of the smaller members .
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