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Example 6-6-1

EXAMPLE 6-6

Multiaxial Fluctuating Stresses

Problem:

Determine the safety factors for the bracket tube shown in Figure 5-9.

Given:

Yield strength

S y 47 ksi

l 6 in

od 2.0 in

Fmin 200 lbf

Tube length

Tube OD

Load limits

Tensile strength

S ut 68 ksi

Arm length

Tube ID

Fmax 340 lbf

a 8 in

id 1.5 in

Assumptions: The load is dynamic and the assembly is at room temperature. Consider shear due to

transverse loading as well as other stresses. A finite life design will be sought with a life

7

factors are for bending Kt 1.7, and for shear, Kts 1.35.

Solution:

1.

2.

See Figure 5-9 and Mathcad file EX0606. Also see Example 4-9 for a more complete

explanation of the stress analysis for this problem.

Aluminum does not have an endurance limit. Its endurance strength at 5E8 cycles can be estimated from

equation 6.5c. Since the S ut is larger than 48 ksi, the uncorrected S'f@5E8 is

S'f5E8 19 ksi

The correction factors are calculated from equations 6.7 and used to find a corrected endurance strength at

the standard 5E8 cycles.

Cload 1.0

A95 0.0105 od

d eq

for bending

2

A95

d eq 0.74 in

0.0766

d eq

Csize 0.869

in

Table 6-3 constants

S ut

ksi

Csurf A

A95 0.042 in

0.097

Csize 0.895

A 2.7 b 0.265

Csurf 0.883

(a)

Ctemp 1

Creliab 0.753

for 99.9%

Note that the bending value of Cload is used despite the fact that there is both bending and torsion present.

The torsional shear stress will be converted to an equivalent tensile stress with the von Mises calculation.

Csurf is calculated from equation 6.7e using data from Table 6-3. This corrected fatigue strength is still at

the tested number of cycles, N = 5E8.

3.

This problem calls for a life of 6E7 cycles, so a strength value at that life must be estimated from the S-N line

of Figure 6-33b using the corrected fatigue strength at that life. Equation 6.10a for this line can be solved

for the desired strength after we compute the values of its coefficients a and b from equation 6.10c.

EX0606.xmcd

(b)

S m 0.90 S ut

S m 61.2 ksi

z 5.699

b log

z

S f5E8

b 0.129

Sm

Sm

10

(c)

a 148.942 ksi

3 b

S n a N

Example 6-6-2

S n 14.844 ksi

Note that S m is calculated as 90% of S ut because loading is bending rather than axial (see Eq. 6.9). The value

of z is taken from Table 6-5 for N = 5E8 cycles. This is a corrected fatigue strength for the shorter life

required in this case and so is larger than the corrected test value, which was calculated at a longer life.

4.

The notch sensitivity of the material must be found to calculate the fatigue stress-concentration factors.

Table 6-8 shows the Neuber factors for hardened aluminum. Interpolation gives a value of

2

a 0.147 in at the material's S ut. Equation 6.13 gives the resulting notch sensitivity for the assumed

notch radius.

q 0.773

(d)

a

r

5.

6.

The fatigue stress-concentration factors are found from equation 6.11b using the given geometric

stress-concentration factors for bending and torsion, respectively.

Kf 1 q Kt 1

Kf 1.541

(e)

Kfs 1 q Kts 1

Kfs 1.270

(f)

The bracket tube is loaded in both bending (as a cantilever beam) and in torsion. The shapes of the shear,

moment and torque distributions are shown in Figure 4-31. All are maximum at the wall. The alternating and

mean components of the applied force, moment, and torque at the walls are

Loads

Fa

Fm

Moments

Fmax Fmin

2

Fmax Fmin

2

Fa 270 lbf

(g)

Fm 70 lbf

Ma Fa l

Ma 1620 lbf in

Mm Fm l

Mm 420 lbf in

Mmax Ma Mm

(h)

Torques

a 8.0 in

Ta Fa a

Ta 2160 lbf in

Tm Fm a

Tm 560 lbf in

(i)

7.

The fatigue stress-concentration factor for the mean stresses depends on the relationship between the

maximum local stress in the notch and the yield strength as defined in equation 6.17, a portion of which is

shown here.

EX0606.xmcd

Outer fiber

c 0.5 od

Moment of

inertia

64

Example 6-6-3

c 1 in

od id

I 0.537 in

J 2 I

J 1.074 in

Kf

Mmax c

5.855 ksi

(j)

In this case, there is no reduction in stress-concentration factors for the mean stress because there is no

yielding at the notch to relieve the stress concentration.

8.

The largest tensile bending stress will be in the top or bottom outer fiber at points A or A'. The largest

torsional shear stress will be all around the outer circumference of the tube. (See Example 4-9 for more

details.) First take a differential element at point A or A' where both of these sresses combine. (See Figure

4-32.) Find the alternating and mean components of the normal bending stress and of the torsional shear

stress on point A using equations 4.11b and 4.23b, respectively.

a Kf

a Kfs

Ma c

(k)

Ta c

m Kfm

a 2556 psi

J

Mm c

m Kfsm

9.

a 4650 psi

m 1205 psi

(l)

Tm c

m 663 psi

Find the alternating and mean von Mises effective stresses at point A from equation 6.22b.

xa a

'a

ya 0 psi

2

xa ya xa ya 3 xya

xm m

'm

xya a

2

ym 0 psi

2

(m)

xym m

2

xm ym xm ym 3 xym

10. Because the moment and torque are both caused by the same applied force, they are synchronous and

in-phase and any change in them will be in a constant ratio. This is a Case 3 situation and the safety

factor is found using equation 6.18e.

Nf

S n S ut

'a S ut 'm S n

Nf 2.19

11. Since the tube is a short beam, we need to check the shear due to transverse loading at point B on the neutral

axis where the torsional shear is also maximal. The maximum transverse shear stress at the neutral axis of a

hollow, thin-walled, round tube was given as equation 4.15d.

EX0606.xmcd

(n)

Cross-section area

abend Kfs

2 Fa

mbend Kfsm

Example 6-6-4

od id

A 1.374 in

A

2 Fm

A

(o)

Point B is in pure shear. The total shear stress at point B is the sum of the transverse shear stress and the

torsional shear stress which act on the same planes of the element.

atotal abend a

mtotal mbend m

(p)

12. Find the alternating and mean von Mises effective stresses at point B from equation 6.22b.

xa 0 psi

'a

ya 0 psi

xa ya xa ya 3 xya

xm 0 psi

'm

xya atotal

2

ym 0 psi

2

(q)

xym mtotal

2

xm ym xm ym 3 xym

13. The safety factor for point B is found using equation 6.18e.

Nf

S n S ut

'a S ut 'm S n

Nf 2.7

EX0606.xmcd

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