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Nennspannung/ dickwandiges Rohr mit Kerbe

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Nennspannung/ dickwandiges Rohr mit Kerbe

Beitragvon Pre42 am Mi 11. Jun 2014, 10:59

Hey Leute,

hab ein Problem und hoffe hier kann mir jemand helfen:

Ich muss für den angehängten Rohrquerschnitt (dickwandiges Rohr) die Formzahl bestimmen. Hierfür brauch ich ja die örtliche Spannung und die Nennspannung. Die Örtliche gibt mir Ansys aus. Aber wie komme ich auf die Nennspannung?

Hat da vllt jmd ne Idee ? Brauche nicht unbedingt ne Lösung, eher nen Ansatz

Gegebene Werte:
a=110mm
b=55mm
c=35mm
r=4,5mm

Hoffe mir kann jmd helfen

Grüße
Pre
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