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Design of a triplate

Design of a triplate

Design of a triplate

We had to double check the calculation made by a chinese engineering team and we figured out almost everything except the formula at row 34. Can anybody help? https://i.imgur.com/aJpB75K.jpg

RE: Design of a triplate

Please do not duplicate postings.

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RE: Design of a triplate

Sorry... Didn't know exactly where to post it

RE: Design of a triplate

if line 33 is the stress at bolt 2 (section A2-A2), it looks like the load applied it the load applied at bolt 1 ?

is line 35 the allowable stress ?

another day in paradise, or is paradise one day closer ?

RE: Design of a triplate

Found it! Roark table 13.5.

RE: Design of a triplate

should the full load be applied at all locations ?

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