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Stress Concentration Reduction at a Reinforced Hole Loaded by a Bonded Circular Inclusion

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K. T. Chau

X. X. Wei

Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Chinae-mail: cektchau@polyu.edu.hk

J. Appl. Mech 68(3), 405-411 (Oct 19, 2000) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1357869 History: Received July 05, 2000; Revised October 19, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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A sketch for a circular elastic inclusion embedded into a reinforced hole in an elastic plane. The rivet load is modeled by uniformly distributed body force. Domains I, II, and III are the elastic plane, the circular inclusion, and the reinforced ring.
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Six special cases of the problem showed in Fig. 1
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The normalized hoop stress σθθ(πR/P) against ϕ on r=R for various stiffness ratio ζ12=ζ under the plane stress condition with ν123=0.25, and ρ=0.25
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The normalized normal stress σrr(πR/P) against ϕ on r=R for various stiffness ratio ζ12=ζ under the plane stress condition with ν123=0.25, and ρ=0.25
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The normalized shear stress σ(πR/P) against ϕ on r=R for various stiffness ratio ζ12=ζ under the plane stress condition with ν123=0.25, and ρ=0.25
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The normalized hoop stress σθθ(πR/P) against ϕ on r=R for various ζ12 with ν123=0.25, ρ=0.25 and ζ1=2.5
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The normalized hoop stress σθθ(πR/P) against ϕ on r=R for various ρ with ν123=0.25, and ζ12=5.35
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The maximum normalized hoop stress σθθ(πR/P) against ρ on r=R for various values of ζ with ν123=0.25

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