I am trying to define the shape of standard aero/streamline drawn tube. There is a MIL spec that gives some inspection dimensions and major and minor lengths of the tubing, however, it does not seem as though I have enough info to fully define the shape for modeling (stress analysis not CFD). Any help would be appreciated... again, I am familiar w/ what is in the MIL spec and with what tubing distributors will provide (they are basically the same thing). I need to know, if I were going to make a die for this tube, what would the shape be EXACTLY? Thank you
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