design stress

design stress

[di′zīn ‚stres]
(design engineering)
A permissible maximum stress to which a machine part or structural member may be subjected, which is large enough to prevent failure in case the loads exceed expected values, or other uncertainties turn out unfavorably.
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The ties were designed in order to reach the yielding design stress in the ultimate (ULS-Ultimate Limit State) before the failure of struts and nodes (ductile behavior).
Although both materials are strong and durable, they vary in strength and other aspects, including their pressure capacity for design stress.
The load-carrying structure was made from S355, where the limit design stress for sheets with thickness <63 mm is 305 MPa [21].
The analysis in the design of strength failure criterion, strength evaluation to design stress intensity based on different stress according to different size and area of the kettle body deformation effect and influence, has different criteria.
Also provided are the shell design formulae in accordance to the 1 -foot method for product design stress and hydrostatic test stress.
The NTSB determined the probable cause(s) of this accident to include: "The pilot's loss of control due to spatial disorientation in instrument meteorological conditions, which resulted in an exceedance of the airplane's design stress limitations, and a subsequent in-flight breakup.
This can be over 40 percent more than the original design stress and can lead to the complete collapse of the discharge cone or skirt region of the silo.
The revised guidance incorporates new design stress values for copper tube, which were not included in the original European Standard.
During its operation, the leaf spring requires that the load rate should vary within limit ([+ or -] 7%) and the maximum stress induced should be lower than the maximum design stress.
Every element was checked and verified not to exceed the allowable design stress of 225.
NSF/ANI Standard 14 requires materials for pressure pipe applications meet a minimum 50-year long-term strength requirement established through PPI's hydrostatic design stress.
PVA lectures on accessible design stress that "barrier free" means "thinking free"--thinking creatively to integrate accessibility into the final project.

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