Use of electrical-resistance strain elements in three-dimensional stress analysis
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A method for constructing resistance-wire strain gages which may be imbedded in a plastic model without materially altering the stress pattern in the model is presented. The methods used to calibrate the gages and the photoelastic tests made to investigate the effect of the gages on the stress pattern are described. The application of this new three-dimensional technique to evaluate the stress distribution in a thick-walled cylindrical pressure vessel is discussed. Correlation between experimental data and calculated values is given.
KeywordsExperimental Data Mechanical Engineer Fluid Dynamics Stress Distribution Strain Gage
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