Study of the stress-strain state of joints made of an orthotropic material
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A method was proposed for calculating the SSS of joints made of orthotropic materials with allowance for their contact interaction.
The method was realized in FITING-1, a special application package for strength calculations. ] The package is abased on the finite elements method in displacements. Its reliability was checked by comparing the results of calculations with analytical and experimental results.
A study was made of the SSS of a standard joint obtained by winding an orthotropic material on a metal bushing. An analysis was made of values of the stress concentration factors in the inner layer of the winding as a function of its thickness.
KeywordsFinite Element Method Stress Concentration Concentration Factor Application Package Contact Interaction
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