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Unformatted text preview: i' n 11 5-7 rientation shown, the normal stress in the X direction is the oylinder hoop se the “123 Probe” tool to display the X stress at the inside of the cylinder on the rmal to the X axis 3W0“ The value shown is 127. 4 MPa. Similarly we ﬁnd the . l stresses in the Y and Z directions at this point to be 46.5 MPa and -34.9 MPa. ,_ ,se correspond to the axial stress and the radial stress in the cylinder. w ompute the radial deflection also. i 3'18. Solution > Deformation > Directional > Details of “Directional Deformation” > Type > Directional Deformation > Orientation > Z Axis > Evaluate All Results 1 The result as shown in the next ﬁgure is 0.0465 mm. Directional Deformation Type: Directional Deformation ( 2 Axis ) ' = Unit: mm Time: 1 52,6200? 12:16 PM 0.045946 Max 0.040874 0.034803 0.028.731 0.022659 0.01658? 0.010515 0.0044436 -0.0016282 43.001? Min Figure 5-10 Deflection in the Z direction. Theoretical Solution : The stresses at points removed from the stress concentration associated with the end caps can be predicted reasonably well using thick walled cylinder equations from solid ; mechanics or elasticity theory. For the geometry and loading of this example, theory i predicts the following stress components at the inner surface of the cylinder. The results are summarized in the table below. Wm...” WWW N. m..w.v.w,.mw.... . , WWW u .-. WM, wowed... .t m..._w........m.../. mm .. a. WWW mm... w. .. t MM... Moms”... Mm, "Whammwwmm ...
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