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NEUBER'S METHOD FOR EFFECTIVE STRESS CONCENTRATION

NEUBER'S METHOD FOR EFFECTIVE STRESS CONCENTRATION

NEUBER'S METHOD FOR EFFECTIVE STRESS CONCENTRATION

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Fellow Stress Engineers:

Ref. Neuber's Formula (Roark 7, pp 774 & 778).

In the past I have used this formula to determine an effective stress concentration from a single gross stress. This time I have axial & bending stresses. I can apply Peterson 2, Charts 4.3 & 4.80 separately. If I were considering axial or bending alone I would apply Neuber as set out in Roark. My question is contained in the attachment.

Thanks in anticipation.

RE: NEUBER'S METHOD FOR EFFECTIVE STRESS CONCENTRATION

looks good to me ...

RE: NEUBER'S METHOD FOR EFFECTIVE STRESS CONCENTRATION

Better to attach a pdf

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