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Nonlinear Problems of Stress Concentration in Machine Parts,
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The book reviews problems related to stress concentration in tension of such parts as blade roots, projections of turbine disks, various thread joints, etc. Analysis is presented of the state of stress under conditions of stress concentration at normal and high temperatures within the range from low to high amounts of deformation directly preceding rupture. Analytical relations are presented for calculating stresses, particularly stress concentration factors under conditions of plastic deformation and creep. Methods of evaluating general strength of machine parts subjected to given operating conditions are discussed. Localized criteria of failure, calculation examples, and their relation to experimental data are included.
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