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Factor Of Safety For The Tri-axial State Of Stress
Factor of safety=Tensile Yield Strength/sqrt((1/2)*(((Normal stress 1-Normal stress 2)^2)+((Normal stress 2-Normal Stress 3)^2)+((Normal Stress 3-Normal stress 1)^2))) GO
Factor Of Safety For The bi-axial State Of Stress
Factor of safety=Tensile Yield Strength/(sqrt((Normal stress 1^2)+(Normal stress 2^2)-(Normal stress 1*Normal stress 2))) GO

Equivalent Stress By Distortion Energy Theory Formula

Equivalent Stress=(1/sqrt(2))*sqrt(((Normal stress 1-Normal stress 2)^2)+((Normal stress 2-Normal Stress 3)^2)+((Normal Stress 3-Normal stress 1)^2))
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Stress Amplitude GO
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Polar Moment Of Inertia Of Solid Circular Shaft GO
Polar Moment Of Inertia Of Hollow Circular Shaft GO
Tensile Stress In Spigot GO
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Compressive Stress Of Spigot GO

Define Distortion energy theory?

The distortion energy theory says that failure occurs due to distortion of a part, not due to volumetric changes in the part (distortion causes shearing, but volumetric changes due not). As examples: Rocks below the earth's surface.

How to Calculate Equivalent Stress By Distortion Energy Theory?

Equivalent Stress By Distortion Energy Theory calculator uses Equivalent Stress=(1/sqrt(2))*sqrt(((Normal stress 1-Normal stress 2)^2)+((Normal stress 2-Normal Stress 3)^2)+((Normal Stress 3-Normal stress 1)^2)) to calculate the Equivalent Stress, The Equivalent Stress by Distortion Energy Theory is the value of uniaxial tensile stress that would produce the same level of distortion energy as the actual stresses involved. Equivalent Stress and is denoted by σe symbol.

How to calculate Equivalent Stress By Distortion Energy Theory using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Equivalent Stress By Distortion Energy Theory, enter Normal stress 1 1), Normal stress 2 2) and Normal Stress 3 3) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Equivalent Stress By Distortion Energy Theory calculation can be explained with given input values -> 50 = (1/sqrt(2))*sqrt(((100-50)^2)+((50-100)^2)+((100-100)^2)).

FAQ

What is Equivalent Stress By Distortion Energy Theory?
The Equivalent Stress by Distortion Energy Theory is the value of uniaxial tensile stress that would produce the same level of distortion energy as the actual stresses involved and is represented as σe=(1/sqrt(2))*sqrt(((σ1-σ2)^2)+((σ2-σ3)^2)+((σ3-σ1)^2)) or Equivalent Stress=(1/sqrt(2))*sqrt(((Normal stress 1-Normal stress 2)^2)+((Normal stress 2-Normal Stress 3)^2)+((Normal Stress 3-Normal stress 1)^2)). A normal stress 1 is a stress that occurs when a member is loaded by an axial force, A normal stress 2 is a stress that occurs when a member is loaded by an axial force and Normal Stress 3 is a stress that occurs when a member is loaded by an axial force.
How to calculate Equivalent Stress By Distortion Energy Theory?
The Equivalent Stress by Distortion Energy Theory is the value of uniaxial tensile stress that would produce the same level of distortion energy as the actual stresses involved is calculated using Equivalent Stress=(1/sqrt(2))*sqrt(((Normal stress 1-Normal stress 2)^2)+((Normal stress 2-Normal Stress 3)^2)+((Normal Stress 3-Normal stress 1)^2)). To calculate Equivalent Stress By Distortion Energy Theory, you need Normal stress 1 1), Normal stress 2 2) and Normal Stress 3 3). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Normal stress 1, Normal stress 2 and Normal Stress 3 and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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