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TABLE A-23 CHARTS FOR THEORETICAL STRESS-CONCENTRATION FACTORS K t

CHARTS FOR THEORETICAL STRESS-CONCENTRATION FACTORS K t FIGURE A-13-1 Bar in tension or simple compression with

FIGURE A-13-1 Bar in tension or simple compression with a transverse hole. σ 0 = F/A, where A = (w d )t and t is the thickness.

A , where A = ( w − d ) t and t is the thickness.

FIGURE A-13-2 Rectangular bar with a transverse hole in bending. σ 0 = Mc/I, where I = (w d )h 3 /12.

0 = Mc / I , where I = ( w − d ) h 3

FIGURE A-13-4 Notched rectangular bar in bending. σ 0 = Mc/I, where c = d/2, I = td 3 /12, and t is the thickness.

c = d / 2, I = td 3 / 12, and t is the thickness.

FIGURE A-13-3 Notched rectangular bar in tension or simple compression. σ 0 = F/A, where A = dt and t is the thickness.

0 = F / A , where A = dt and t is the thickness. FIGURE

FIGURE A-13-5 Rectangular filleted bar in tension or simple compression. σ 0 = F/A, where A = dt and t is the thickness.

0 = F / A , where A = dt and t is the thickness. FIGURE

FIGURE A-13-6 Rectangular filleted bar in bending. σ 0 = Mc/I, where c = d/2, I = td 3 /12, t is the thickness.

c = d / 2, I = td 3 / 12, t is the thickness. FIGURE

FIGURE A-13-7 Round shaft with shoulder filet in tension. σ 0 = F/A, where A = πd 2 /4.

tension. σ 0 = F / A , where A = π d 2 / 4.

FIGURE A-13-8 Round shaft with shoulder filet in torsion. τ 0 = Tc/J, where c = d/2 and J = πd 4 /32.

FIGURE A-13-9 Round shaft with shoulder filet in bending. σ 0 = Mc / I

FIGURE A-13-9 Round shaft with shoulder filet in bending. σ 0 = Mc/I, where c = d/2 and I = πd 4 /64.

= Mc / I , where c = d / 2 and I = π d

FIGURE A-13-10 Round shaft in torsion with transverse hole.

FIGURE A-13-10 Round shaft in torsion with transverse hole. FIGURE A-13-11 Round shaft in bending with

FIGURE A-13-11 Round shaft in bending with a transverse hole. σ 0 =M/[(πD 3 /32) (dD 2 /6)], approximately.

/ [( π D 3 / 32) − ( dD 2 / 6)], approximately. FIGURE A-13-13
/ [( π D 3 / 32) − ( dD 2 / 6)], approximately. FIGURE A-13-13

FIGURE A-13-13 Grooved round bar in tension. σ 0 = F/A, where A = πd 2 / 4.

σ 0 = F / A , where A = π d 2 / 4 .

FIGURE A-13-14 Grooved round bar in bending. σ 0 = Mc/l, where c = d/2 and I = πd 4 /64.

= Mc / l , where c = d / 2 and I = π d

FIGURE A-13-15 Grooved round bar in torsion. τ 0 = Tc/J, where c = d/2 and J = πd 4 /32.

FIGURE A-13-12 Plate loaded in tension by a pin through a hole. σ 0 = F/A, where A = (w d)t. When clearance exists, increase K t 35 to 50 percent. (M. M. Frocht and H. N. Hill, “Stres Concentration Factors around a Central Circular Hole in a Plate Loaded through a Pin in Hole,” J. Appl. Mechanics, vol. 7, no. 1, March 1940, p. A-5.)