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IMA GmbH Dresden

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Strength assessment
according to FKM code "Analytical strength assessment for machine components" for shell-type (2D) or compact (3D) components with local elastic stresses Input values Designation: [FKM] 6.3 Verdichterflansch aus Grauguss Method of calculation: Fatigue limit assessment

Stresses at the reference point, first step of the stress spectrum [MPa]: Shell-type (2D) components The stress components at the reference point alternate synchronously.

s a,1 s m,1 s max s min | s max | R sig,1

sx 18,60 15,00 33,60 -3,60 33,60 -0,11

sy 6,20 5,00 11,20 -1,20 11,20 -0,11

| s max | = according to amount highest stress

Stress amplitudes at the neighbouring point, first step of the stress spectrum [MPa]:

Distance of the neighbouring point normal to the stresses of the reference point: Ds = 7,700 mm sx sy t s a,1 10,00 5,30
Material: EN-GLJ-300 (GG-30) (Grey cast irons, DIN EN 1561 respectively DIN 1691) Anisotropic factor K A = 1,000 Property according standard of tensile strength R m,N = 300,00 MPa Effective diameter d eff = 64,0 mm or Wall thickness s = 32,0 mm Environmental influences: Operating temperature T = 380 C Temperature exposure t = 100000 Stunden Design:

Average surface roughness R z = 200,0 mm


Safety requirements: high resulting damage high probability of occurrence of load or load combination not regular inspection provided non destructive testing of castings performed Overload case: F2-Constant stress ratio

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IMA GmbH Dresden Static strength assessment

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sx
Stress characteristics extreme stress [MPa] Material properties Ultimate tensile strength according to eff. diameter, [MPa] Technological size factor Anisotropic factor Component values [MPa] Design characteristics plastic notch factor, according to input plastic notch factor, calculated plastic notch factor, used Plasticity factor, according to material Plasticity factor, used Constant for cast iron with lamellar graphite Design factor Component static strength [MPa] Safety factors:

sy
11,20

s max

33,60

R m,N K d,m KA Rm

300 0,800 1,000 240

Kp Kp = Kt Kp n pl n pl K NL K SK s SK Dj jm j mt K T,m K Tt,m j ges


0,500 3,000 2,400 0,769 0,511 4,693

1,147 1,147 1,000 1,000 1,050 0,952 252

1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,050 0,952 252

Temperature factors Max(3,901; -; 4,693; -) Assessment each stress component separately - with maximum stress ' Quotient ' Degree of static strength capacity consumed - with minimum stress ' Quotient ' Degree of static strength capacity consumed - decisive degree of static strength capacity consumed combined stress components Control value Degree of static strength capacity consumed *2 Static reserve faktor

*1

s max s max / s SK,max a SK,max s min s min / s SK,min a SK,min a SK


q a SK,v 1 / a SK,v 0,759 0,608 1,645

33,60 0,133 0,626 -3,60 -0,006 -0,030 0,626

11,20 0,044 0,209 -1,20 -0,002 -0,010 0,209

( 0,626; 0,209; - )

The degree of static strength capacity consumed is 60,8%. The static strength assessment is satisfied

*1 - with the according to amount highest stresses *2 - with the matching maximal respectively minimum stresses. The highest degree of static strength capacity is determining.

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IMA GmbH Dresden Fatigue strength assessment

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sx
Stress characteristics Maximum stress amplitude [MPa] Mean stress [MPa] Material properties Fatigue limit under constant stress amplitudes, R = - 1, according to eff. diameter, [MPa] Technological size factor Anisotropic factor Component value [MPa] Mean stress sensitivity Design characteristics Stress concentration factor, calculated Notch sensitivity parameter n Help variable Surface roughness factor for R z Constant for cast iron with lamellar graphite Surface treatment factor Design factor Component fatigue limit under constant stress amplitudes, R = - 1 [MPa] Equivalent mean stress [MPa] Mean stress factor Component fatigue limit under constant amplitudes (R) [MPa] Factor for fatigue strength under variable stress amplitudes Component fatigue strength under variable stress amplitudes [MPa] Safety factor Temperature factor Assessment each stress component separately Quotient Degree of fatigue strength capacity consumed combined stress components Control value Degree of fatigue strength capacity consumed Cyclic reserve faktor The degree of fatigue strength capacity consumed is 71,3%. The fatigue strength assessment is satisfied

sy
6,20 5,00

s a,1 sm s W,zd,N t W,s,N K d,m KA s W,zd t W,s M

18,60 15,00

90 77 0,800 1,000 72 61 0,500 0,500

Kt n K~ f KR K NL,E KV K WK s WK s mv K AK s AK K BK s BK Dj jD K T,D j ges s a,1 / s BK a BK


q a BK,v 1/a BK,v

1,147 1,179 1,000 0,906 1,025 1,000 0,913 79

1,000 1,056 1,000 0,906 1,025 1,019 71

15,00 0,713 56

5,00 0,713 50

1,000 56

1,000 50

0,000 1,900 0,856 2,221

0,331 0,735 0,759 0,713 1,402

0,123 0,274

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