stress concentration factor


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stress concentration factor

[′stres ‚kän·sən¦trā·shən ‚fak·tər]
(mechanics)
A theoretical factor Kt expressing the ratio of the greatest stress in the region of stress concentration to the corresponding nominal stress.
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When the working face is 30 m, the vertical stress level is in the range of 26-32 MPa, and the stress concentration factor is in the range of 2.
Magnitude of stress concentration factor does not exceed [[alpha].
For example, the Nielsen's equation with stress concentration factor K of 1.
In this part of the research distribution of the stress concentration factor (SCF) and displacement concentration factor (DCF) depending on dent sizes, [beta], [gamma], and kind of calculation is analysed (Fig 8).
The model showed the stress concentration factor at the notch to be at least 2.
Influence of the Notch Rounding Radius on Estimating the Elastic Notch Stress Concentration Factor in a Laser Welded Tee Joint
For this particular pipeline, the resulting dent stress concentration factor was 3.
Abstract: One of the important input parameters necessary for fatigue analysis of structures is the stress concentration factor which takes into account stress rise around a notch or some other sudden discontinuity of the component cross-section.
The thread stress concentration factor is highest in the first engaged threads and decreases in each successive thread moving towards the end of the bolt [5].