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3 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Permissible Shear Stress For Cotter
Permissible Shear Stress=Tensile Force on Rods/(2*Mean Width of Cotter*Thickness of Cotter ) GO
Permissible Shear Stress For Spigot
Permissible Shear Stress=Tensile Force on Rods/(2*Spigot distance*Diameter of Spigot) GO
Compressive Stress Of Spigot
Compressive Stress=Tensile Force on Rods/(Thickness of Cotter *Diameter of Spigot) GO

4 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Tensile stress if the modulus of elasticity and tensile strain are known
Tensile Stress=(Modulus Of Elasticity*Tensile Strain) GO
Tensile stress if resisting force is known
Tensile Stress=Resistance Force/Cross sectional area GO
Tensile stress if tensile load is known
Tensile Stress=Tensile load/Cross sectional area GO
Hoop Stress in Flywheel
Tensile Stress=Density*(Mean linear velocity )^2 GO

Tensile Stress In Spigot Formula

Tensile Stress=Tensile Force on Rods/(((pi/4)*Diameter of Spigot^(2))-(Diameter of Spigot*Thickness of Cotter ))
σ=P/(((pi/4)*d<sub>2^(2))-(d<sub>2*t))
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Stress Amplitude GO
Equivalent Stress By Distortion Energy Theory GO
Factor Of Safety For The Tri-axial State Of Stress GO
Factor Of Safety For The bi-axial State Of Stress GO
Shear Yield Strength By The Maximum Distortion Energy Theory GO
Shear Yield Strength by Maximum Shear Stress Theory GO
Polar Moment Of Inertia Of Solid Circular Shaft GO
Polar Moment Of Inertia Of Hollow Circular Shaft GO
Permissible Shear Stress For Cotter GO
Permissible Shear Stress For Spigot GO
Compressive Stress Of Spigot GO

Define a spigot joint?

A connection between two sections of pipe, the straight spigot end of one section is inserted in the flared-out end of the adjoining section; the joint is sealed by a caulking compound or with a compressible ring.

How to Calculate Tensile Stress In Spigot?

Tensile Stress In Spigot calculator uses Tensile Stress=Tensile Force on Rods/(((pi/4)*Diameter of Spigot^(2))-(Diameter of Spigot*Thickness of Cotter )) to calculate the Tensile Stress, The Tensile Stress in Spigot formula is defined as stress-induced in the spigot when the force applied on rods. Tensile Stress and is denoted by σ symbol.

How to calculate Tensile Stress In Spigot using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Tensile Stress In Spigot, enter Tensile Force on Rods (P), Diameter of Spigot (d2) and Thickness of Cotter (t) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Tensile Stress In Spigot calculation can be explained with given input values -> -4659792.366325 = 100/(((pi/4)*0.01^(2))-(0.01*0.01)).

FAQ

What is Tensile Stress In Spigot?
The Tensile Stress in Spigot formula is defined as stress-induced in the spigot when the force applied on rods and is represented as σ=P/(((pi/4)*d2^(2))-(d2*t)) or Tensile Stress=Tensile Force on Rods/(((pi/4)*Diameter of Spigot^(2))-(Diameter of Spigot*Thickness of Cotter )). Tensile Force on Rods is the magnitude of the force applied along an elastic rod divided by the cross-sectional area A of the rod in a direction that is perpendicular to the applied force, The diameter of Spigot is defined as the inner diameter of the socket and The thickness of Cotter is defined as the width of the cotter joint.
How to calculate Tensile Stress In Spigot?
The Tensile Stress in Spigot formula is defined as stress-induced in the spigot when the force applied on rods is calculated using Tensile Stress=Tensile Force on Rods/(((pi/4)*Diameter of Spigot^(2))-(Diameter of Spigot*Thickness of Cotter )). To calculate Tensile Stress In Spigot, you need Tensile Force on Rods (P), Diameter of Spigot (d2) and Thickness of Cotter (t). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Tensile Force on Rods, Diameter of Spigot and Thickness of Cotter and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Tensile Stress?
In this formula, Tensile Stress uses Tensile Force on Rods, Diameter of Spigot and Thickness of Cotter . We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Tensile Stress=Density*(Mean linear velocity )^2
  • Tensile Stress=Resistance Force/Cross sectional area
  • Tensile Stress=Tensile load/Cross sectional area
  • Tensile Stress=(Modulus Of Elasticity*Tensile Strain)
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