Estimation of the Local State of Stress and Strains in Stress Concentration Zones in a Wide Strain Range
The specific features of various approximate analytical methods for estimating the state of stress in the zone of stress concentration of stresses and strains, including the Neuber, Hardrath–Ohman, and Molski–Glinka methods, are compared. A method for the modification of the methods to extend the range of the strains under study up to fracture is proposed.
Keywords:stress concentration strain concentration local stresses local strains fracture
This work was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project no. 16-58-48008 IND_omi.
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