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I suggest you refer to Roark's Formulae for Stress &
Strain for a start.  Be sure to over-design it as the
cost of the material is peanuts in such an application.

On 26 Feb 2006 at 7:52, amit bhatt wrote:

> Dear All
>   I am designing Insert Plate and calculating generalized tension capacity ( It can support spring , steel member or pipe etc i.e. plate width can be more than member connected ) for different plate size and number of lugs. For design I used ACI 349 and I could design lugs for tension and conceret against cone failure.
>   Now how to design Insert plate for bending i.e. checking plate thickness for bending stress ? I would like to get your help on this issue .
>   I am considering plate supported at corners and subjected to point load at center.
>   1  Do you agree that this will be most critical condition i.e. maximum moment ?
>   2 How to calculate moment at center for such boundary condition ? Please give me some reference ?
>   3 If I approximate IP behavior and take it will bend from center and moment calculated at center ( Tension on lug * lug dist. from center ) and full width of plate will resist it and calculate thickness required . Do you agree with this approximation ?  
>   Considering full width for resisting bending is ok for above assumed behavior ? 
>   Please reply this email.
>   With Best Regards
>   Amit
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