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가중함수법에 의한 볼트 체결부 균열의 임계 경사각 결정에 관한 연구

  • Published : 2000.09.01

Abstract

Mechanical joints such as bolted or riveted joints are widely used in mechanical components. The reliable determination of the stress intensity factors for cracks in bolted joints is needed to evaluate the safety and fatigue life of them. The weight function method is an efficient technique to calculate the stress intensity factors for various loading conditions because only the stress analysis of an uncracked model is required. In this paper the mixed-mode stress intensity factors for cracks in bolted joints are obtained by weight function method, in which the coefficients of weight function are determined by finite element analyses for reference loadings. Critical inclined angle that mode I stress intensity factor becomes maximum is determined and the effects of crack length and the magnitude of clearance on critical inclined angle are investigated.

Keywords

Weight Function Method;Bolted Joint;Critical Inclined Angle;Contact;Clearance;Finite Element Method

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