Stress analysis in welded lap joints

Yazıcı, Şaban


Stress analysis in welded butt joints.
Aydın, Erol; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1989)
Stress analysis in strain hardening two layer composite tubes subjectto cyclic loading of internal pressure
Eraslan, Ahmet Nedim; Akış, Tolga (2015-01-01)
Cyclically loaded two-layer composite tubes in the elastic and elastic-plastic stress states are examined in this study. An analytical model based on Tresca’s yield criterion, its associated flow rule, and linear strain hardening is developed to estimate the stresses in the tube assembly with axially constrained ends. Then a comprehensive analysis is performed for tubes having different dimensions under one cycle of loading, unloading, and reloading of internal pressure. This cycle demonstrates an autofrett...
Stress resultants for wind girders in open-top cylindrical steel tanks
Zeybek, Ozer; Topkaya, Cem; Rotter, J. Michael (Elsevier BV, 2019-10-01)
Empty open-top cylindrical steel tanks are susceptible to buckling when subjected to external pressure due to wind or partial vacuum due to blocked vents. A "wind girder" is commonly used at the top of the tank wall to increase its strength against external pressure instability. The wind pressure varies around the circumference of the tank, but is relatively constant up its height. A series of cosine functions is typically used to describe the variation of wind pressure around the circumference. Expressions...
Stress analysis of symmetric aluminum composite-laminated beams under a bending moment: Materially nonlinear only
Sayman, O; Belevi, M; Altinhan, M (SAGE Publications, 2005-01-01)
In this study, an elastic-plastic stress analysis is carried out on symmetric laminated composite beams subjected to a bending moment. The composite beam is to be strain hardening. The Bernoulli and Euler hypotheses are assumed to be valid. The Tsai-Hill theory is used as a yield criterion in the solution. The solution is carried out for (90 degrees/0 degrees)(2), (30 degrees/-30 degrees)(2), (45 degrees/-45 degrees)(2), and (60 degrees/-60 degrees)(2) orientations. The bending moment is to be found the hig...
Stress distributions in cooling fins of variable thickness with and without rotation
Eraslan, Ahmet Nedim (Informa UK Limited, 2005-08-01)
A computational model is developed to predict elastic and elastic-plastic stress distribution in a nonlinearly hardening cooling fin of variable thickness subject to centrifugal force. The model is based on a realistic conduction-convection mechanism, von Mises yield criterion, Henky's deformation theory and a Swift-type strain hardening law. Temperature dependency of modulus of elasticity, uniaxial yield limit, coefficient of thermal expansion, and thermal conductivity of the fin material is taken into acc...
Citation Formats
Ş. Yazıcı, “Stress analysis in welded lap joints,” Middle East Technical University, 1990.