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RE: Roark & other formulas for stress and strain

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I would suggest two sources of information, both from Lincoln Electric,
Euclid, Ohio:
	1.  Tubular Steel Structures, Theory and Design by Troitsky
	2.  Solutions to Design of Weldments D810.17

They contain many nonFEA examples.

Harold Sprague
Black & Veatch
From: Dave Evans
To: seaoc(--nospam--at)
Subject: Roark & other formulas for stress and strain
Date: Thursday, August 14, 1997 7:16PM

Roark's flat plate formulas don't have the following case; do you
know of another reference that does?

A pipe is connected, via a bolted flange, to a square plate, centered
on the pipe.  Pipe axis is normal to plane of plate.    Ratio
of pipe diameter to side of square is 3/4.

Various axial, shear, bending, and torsional  loads applied to the
cantilever, in various directions,  induce out-of-plane deformations
in the plate.  The goal is to determine the  plate stresses and
deflections (without FEA!)

Thanks in advance,

Dave Evans, P.E.