A theoretical and experimental study of the stress distribution in an infinite plane shrink-fitted on four circular elastic pins
"The purpose of this study is to show a general method of solution for multiple inclusions in an infinite plane. The shrink-fitting of an infinite plane upon the inclusions, or pins, will be simulated by force-fitting the pins into a large sheet of birefringent materials, to obtain an experimental verification of the analytical solution...In the experimental analysis, three sets of pins having different mechanical properties will be employed. One set will be of the same material as the plane, another set will have a modulus of elasticity approximately twice that of the plane, and another set will be made of steel to approximate an infinitely high modulus of elasticity, or, perfect rigid pins"--Introduction, leaf 4.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
University of Missouri at Rolla
viii, 49 leaves
© 1964 Charles H. White, All rights reserved.
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Plates (Engineering) -- Plastic properties
Strains and stresses
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White, Charles H., "A theoretical and experimental study of the stress distribution in an infinite plane shrink-fitted on four circular elastic pins" (1964). Masters Theses. 5683.
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