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Mohammad Jafari n, Elahe Ardalani

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Shahrood University of Technology, P.O. Box 3619995161, Shahrood, Iran

art ic l e i nf o a b s t r a c t

Article history: This study involved the investigation of the stress distribution around regular holes in nite metallic

Received 12 October 2015 plates, assuming a plane stress state and uniaxial loading condition. The analytical solution of Musk-

Received in revised form helishvilis complex variable method was utilized. The plate was considered to be nite, isotropic and

27 November 2015

linearly elastic. A nite plate implied that the proportion of hole side to the longest plate side in tri-

Accepted 23 December 2015

Available online 30 December 2015

angular and square holes and the proportion of the circle diameter surrounding the other polygonals to

the longest plate side should be more than 0.2. The result from the present study necessitated the

Keywords: determination of the actual boundary between nite and innite plate for the plates with various holes.

Isotropic nite plate The nite area with a regular hole in z-plane is mapped onto nite area with unit circle in -plane using

Regular holes

the conformal mapping function. To calculate the stress function of a nite plate with regular hole, the

Analytical solution

stress functions in -plane were determined by superposition of the stress function in innite plate

Complex variable method

Uniaxial loading containing regular hole with stress function in nite plate without hole. Using least square boundary

collocation method and applying appropriate boundary conditions, unknown coefcients of stress

function were obtained. The inuence of parameters such as bluntness, rotation angle of hole, and hole

size as effective parameters on stress distribution were investigated. The obtained results were in

accordance with numerical results from ABAQUS software and other previous research on this issue.

From the results, the study of stress distribution in nite plates, using the theory of innite plates, could

lead to signicant errors.

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1. Introduction convenient and efcient design, the study of the effects of geo-

metrical defects in structures is very important.

Owing to the widespread use of plates in various industries,

these elements are of great importance. Thin plates are mostly

used in the construction of different kinds of cylinders, body parts 2. Literature review

of industrial and nonindustrial machinery, space and marine

constructions, building, and military industries. Owing to its Lots of researches have been carried out in order to study the

numerous applications, a variety of geometric discontinuities with stress distribution in plates containing holes, and different meth-

different sizes and shapes is required. For example, the holes of the ods such as numerical, analytic, and experimental were utilized.

doors and windows of the body of submarines and airplanes, the Series of researches have been done on stress concentration of

mounting points for manometers and barometers on the furnace innite isotropic and anisotropic plates containing holes. Complex

wall, the junction points of plates by rivets and screws, the holes variable method for solving boundary value problems in two-

which allow easy ow of cooling uids in turbine blades, and the dimensional elasticity was rstly applied by Muskhelishvili [1] for

holes created to pass the electrical cables and hydraulic hoses in isotropic elastic plates. Shortly after, and applying a similar

some cases or facilitate the ow of fuel in the wing are useful method, Savin [2] studied stress concentration around different

points of its application. In all these cases, holes in the material holes for isotropic plates and stress concentration around circular

and elliptical holes for anisotropic plates. He calculated the stress

serve a stress concentration points. In achieving the optimal

distribution around an equilateral triangle shaped hole with

design and the ability to deal with mechanical failures, it is of great

rounded corner in innite plates, as well. An accumulation of all

necessity to understand in details, the stress distribution around

previous researches on plates containing holes was conducted by

the holes. Therefore, in the design of structures, to achieve

Peterson [3]. Development of the Muskhelishvilis method into

two-dimensional elasticity problems in anisotropic materials was

n

Corresponding author. done by Eshelby et al [4], Stroh [5] and Lekhnitskii [6]. Wanlin [7]

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x m=0

y

n=2 n=3 n =4 n=5

n=1,2,..

b X Fig. 3. The effect of parameter n on the shape of holes.

l

a

n=2

n=3

y w() n=4

n=5

x

m=0 m=0.05 m=0.1 m=0.15

b l

Fig. 4. The effect of parameter m on the hole shape.

to study the effect of bluntness and load angle on stress analysis of

a

perforated plates. Sharma et al. [17] studied the stress distribution

Fig. 2. Conformal mapping of nite plate with regular hole to nite plate with a around triangular hole in anisotropic plates under in-plane load-

unit circle.

ing. They investigated the effect of load angle, ber angle,

mechanical properties and bluntness on stress value created

obtained An exact elasticplastic solution for the residual stress

around the hole.

and strain eld in a nite circular sheet having a cold-worked or

Using Savin's method, Rezaeepazhand and Jafari [18] studied

interference tted hole on the basis of J2 deformation theory

the stress analysis of innite metallic plates with different hole

together with a modied RambergOsgood law. Many factors

shapes. They considered the effect of parameters such as hole

inuencing the residual stresses were then analyzed.

shape, bluntness, and rotation angle of hole on stress concentra-

Using Muskhelishvilis complex variable method, Theocaris and

tion factor. By using Muskhelishvilis complex variable method,

Petrou [8] studied an innite isotropic plate containing the trian-

Batista [19] calculated the stress distribution around the polygonal

gular holes. They compared the results with experimental results.

holes with complex geometries in innite plates under tensile

With the expansion of Savins method, Daoust and Hoa [9] ana-

load. Sharma [20] discovered a general solution to calculate stress

lyzed the triangular hole in innite isotropic and anisotropic plate

distribution around polygonal holes in innite isotropic plates

under uniaxial loading. Apart from the equilateral triangle, they

subjected to biaxial loading. He also studied the effect of hole

investigated other triangular holes with different aspect ratios.

They also studied the effect of the curvature of hole corner on the geometry and the pattern of loading on stress analysis of plates.

stress distribution around the triangular hole. Using hyperbolic Most analytical methods used in previous studies to nd out

functions, Gao [10] presented an accurate solution to calculate the the stress distribution of innite plates were rather appropriate

stress and displacement elds. He presented his results for ellip- but in practical engineering usage, the plates could not be con-

tical hole and biaxial loading. Motok [11] studied the effect of sidered innite in many cases. However it is of necessity to use

bluntness for different holes in innite plate under axial loading. specic relations to study the stress distribution in nite plates

Simha and Mohapatra [12] used a general mapping function to containing a central hole. Ogonowski [21] obtained the stress

calculate the stress distribution around the holes in an innite distribution around circular hole in nite multilayer composites.

isotropic plate. By applying a correction factor on the conformal Using Lekhnitskeii's anisotropic plates theory, Lin and Ko [22]

mapping, Lei et al. [13] obtained distributions of stress and dis- studied nite multilayer composites with elliptical hole. By

placement around a rectangular hole with arbitrary dimensions in applying the least square boundary collocation method, Woo and

innite isotropic plates under uni-axial loading. Chan [23] suggested a stress function based on Muskhelishvilis

Rezaeepazhand and Jafari [14] and [15] studied the stress dis- complex variable method to solve the problem of nite isotropic

tribution around different holes in innite isotropic and composite plate with the number and arbitrary location of circular holes. Xu

plates. They investigated the effect of bluntness and hole orien- et al. [24]obtained the stress distribution around elliptical hole in

tation on stress concentration factor. Asmar and Jabbour [16] cal- nite multilayer composites. Most researches done on nite plates

culated stress distribution around rectangular hole in an innite containing holes were restricted to circular and elliptical ones. By

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using complex variable and least square boundary collocation Compatibility equation for isotropic materials in plane stress

methods, Pan et al. [25] modied the stress function presented by state in terms of stress function U is as follows:

Muskhelishvili and studied the stress distribution of nite plate

4 U 4 U 4 U

containing rectangular hole under uniaxial load. They used the 2 2 2 4 0 1

x4 x y y

mapping function presented by Sharma based on SchwarzChris-

toffel and studied nite isotropic plate containing rectangular hole. Muskhelishvili showed that the solution of Eq. (1) can be

The plate was under uniaxial tension and curvature of the hole written as follows:

was not investigated. Jafari and Ardalani [26] obtained stress dis-

U x; y Re zz z 2

tribution around triangular hole in nite isotropic plate under

plane loading. After nding U(x,y) in terms of the functions z and

Recently, Chauhan et al. [27] calculated the stress components z 0 z, the stress components in two-dimensional and

around a rectangular hole in a nite anisotropic plate subjected to simply-connected region is calculated as follows [1]:

in-plane loading. The stress functions were obtained using com-

x y 4Re 0 z 3

plex variable approach and least square boundary collocation

method. The effect of plate size, material properties, stacking

y x 2ixy 2 zz 0 z 4

sequence, hole geometry and loading conditions on the stress

concentration was also presented. where (z) and (z) are the analytical functions in terms of the

This research will try to study the stress distribution around the complex variable z. As shown in Fig. 2, by using a general con-

different holes in a nite metallic plate, using the complex variable formal mapping function as Eq. (5), the hole with different shapes

method and the expansion of research conducted by Pan et al. In in z-plane is mapped into a unit circle, while the corresponding

addition to hole geometry, the difference between this study and nite area external to the polygonal hole in z-plane is mapped into

that of Pan is that, in this article, by introducing an appropriate a nite area outside the unit circle in -plane.

mapping function, nite plates can be analyzed with different hole In Eq. (5), Since R, which is a positive and real number, affects

shapes. The function also necessitated the ease of study of various only the size of the hole and not the shape of the curve, its value

parameters such as rotation angle of hole and bluntness. Para- has no effect on stress distribution around the hole, hence it can be

meters considered in this paper include: rotation angle of hole, assumed that R 1. As observed in Fig. 3, integer n in the mapping

bluntness and the size of the hole to the size of the plate. function represents the shape of the hole. The hole sides are given

by n 1. Parameter m determines the bluntness factor and changes

the radius of curvature at the corner of the hole.

Using Eq. (6), the x and y coordinate values of the points on

3. Materials and methods hole boundary in z-plane in terms of the and coordinate values

in -plane is in the form of Eqs. (7) and (8). As shown in Fig. 4,

The problem to be investigated in this article is the isotropic different bluntness can be developed in hole corners with varying

plate containing regular hole, that is, the ratio of hole side length m. It should be noted that m 0 is equivalent to a circular hole. In

to the longest plate side is more than 0.2. However, the plate can this article, the ratio a/b equals to one. In the following equations

be considered nite. This investigation was conducted with the Re and Im are real and imaginary parts of the terms in brackets.

assumptions of plane stress state and the absence of body forces.

m

Also, the plate material was in its linear elastic region. As shown in z x iy R n 5

Fig. 1, the hole is located in the center of the plate, and because of

the traction-free boundary conditions on the edge of the hole, the

stresses r and r at the cutout edge are zero and the circumfer-

ei cos i sin 6

ential stress is only remaining stress.

Different holes have arbitrary orientations one of such is that Y

the major axis is directed at angle with respect to the x-axis. The

plate is subject to uniaxial loading.

x

4. Basic relations

Muskhelishvilis complex variable method in investigating the

stress distribution around the hole with different shapes in nite Fig. 6. The locations of selected points on internal boundary in -plane and

isotropic plates. external boundary in z-plane.

Fig. 5. Scheme of solution: (a) a nite plate with a unit circle hole in -plane; (b) an innite plate with a unit circle hole in -plane; and (c) a nite plate in -plane. [24].

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40

0

Pan [24] preseent study

30

0

20

0

SCF

10

0

0

(degree)

-10

0

-20

0

0 20 40 60 80

8 100 1200 140 160 180

analytical solution with Pan [24]. Fig. 8. Finite element model of a plate with triangular hole.

m cos n 10

x Re R cos 7

n

FEM

M prresent study

m sin n 8

y Im R sin 8

n

The stress components in the curvilinear coordinates (r,) 6

" #

SCF

0 4

x y 4Re 9

0

2

2i y x 2ixy e2i

2

2 0

0 0

10

2 0

where -2

(degree)

2 0 0

e2i ;

2 0 0 -4

0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180

0 0

0 ; 0

11 Fig. 9. Comparing normalized stress distribution around triangular hole in analy-

tical and numerical methods.

By solving the system of Eqs. (9) and (10), the stress compo- " #

2 0

nents in terms of stress functions and conformal mapping function Im

0

17

will be as follows:

2 0

" !#

2 0 0 Therefore, the solution of plane stress problem is restricted to

x Re 0 0 12 nding two holomorphic functions () and () that satisfy the

boundary conditions. After nding the potential functions ()

" !# and () and substituting them in Eqs. (15)(17), the stress com-

2 0 0

y Re 13 ponents were calculated. To calculate the stress in innite isotropic

0 0 plate, Savin [1] presented the potential functions () and () in

" # terms of variable as follows:

0

xy Im 14 X iY

0 ln a1 0 18

2 1

" #

2 0 2 0 X iY

Re

0

15 ln b1 0 19

0

2 0 2 1

" # where X and Y are components of the resultant vector of all

2 0 2 0

Re

0

16 external forces applied to the hole boundary. In the above equa-

0 2 0 tions, Logarithm term is omitted if the hole is free from external

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refrence[1

17] preesent study

m=0.06 m=0.08 m=0.1

7

7 m=0.12 m=0.14 m=0.16

6

5

6

SCF

SCF

4

3

5

2

1

4

0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60

0 0.02 0.04 0.06 0.08 0.1 0. 12 0.14

(degree)

m

Fig. 11. Variation of SCF with rotation angle of triangular hole in different bluntness

Fig. 10. Comparing dimensionless stress maximum around pentagonal hole in

and l/a 0.4.

different bluntness obtained by present analytic solution with Ref. [17].

forces. For the plane stress problem is 3 4 and in the plane

cients in Eq. (23), equidistance collocation points are selected on

strain state is 31

. a1 and b1 in the above equations are

unknown constants and is Poisson s ratio. The functions in Eqs. internal boundary (hole boundary) in -plane and on external

boundary (plate boundary) in z-plane. After specifying these

(18) and (19) are as follows:

points, corresponding points on internal boundary of regular hole

X

1

n X

1

0 n in z-plane and corresponding points on the external boundary of

0 a0n ; 0 bn 20

n1 n1

the nite plate in -plane can be obtained by using Eq. (5). Owing

to the presence of stress functions as functions of the complex

0

a0n and bn are unknown constants. Eqs. (18) and (19) can be variable , the locations of collocation points in -plane are nee-

to be specied. The coordinates of the points in -plane are

used to analyze the stress in innite plates with different holes. ded

But in nite plates, in addition to hole geometry, the outer ; and in z-plane are zx; y. Selected points on internal

boundary conditions have signicant inuence on stress dis- boundary of unit circle in z-plane are dened as follows [24]:

tribution around the hole in the plate. Therefore, Eqs. (18) and (19)

2

cannot be used as presented above. As shown in Fig. 5, the stress 1; j 1 j 1; ; N in 24

N in

function of nite plate with circular hole in -plane is calculated

by adding the stress function of innite plate with circular hole in where N in is the number of the points selected on internal

-plane and stress function of nite plate without hole in -plane boundary of unit circle. By substituting the coordinate values

[24]. Therefore applying Laurent series in a multiply connected z(x,y) of selected points in z-plane into the left hand side of Eqs.

region, the stress function contains terms with positive and (7) and (8), using numerical solution, the coordinate values (,)

negative powers of . The terms with negative powers of are of corresponding points in z-plane are calculated. It should be

analytic on boundary of circular hole and its external area of cir- noted that, when using the least square boundary collocation

cular hole, and terms with positive powers of are analytic on method, for inner boundary conditions on unit circle in -plane,

external boundary of the plate and in the nite plate without hole the polar coordinate is used. Boundary conditions on hole

boundary (internal boundary of nite plate) are as follows:

in -plane. Therefore, the stress functions and ( ) with

addition of the terms with positive and negative powers of in 0; 1 25

Laurent series, are represented with the formulas [24]:

The cartesian coordinate system is used for the outer boundary

X

1

n

X

1

conditions of the rectangular plate in z-plane. The external

An Bn

n

21

n1 n0

boundary conditions of nite plate subject to different holes are as

follows [24]:

X

1

Cn

n X

1

x cos 2 y sin 2 2xy sin cos n 26

Dn

n

22

0

n1 n0

y x sin cos xy cos 2 sin 2 n 27

The solution converge when the number of terms in the above

stress functions is chosen 25. Where coefcients An , Bn , Cn , Dn are where is the angle between outward normal of the outer

complex numbers considered as follows: boundary contours andx-direction. n and n are the normal stress

and tangential shear stress of the outer boundary contour. It is

An an1 ian2 ; Bn bn1 ibn2

noteworthy here that 0 is the stress applied to the external

C n cn1 icn2 ; Dn dn1 idn2 23 boundary of the plate. Based on least square collocation method,

an1 ; an2 ; bn1 ; bn2 ; cn1 ; cn2 ; dn1 ; and dn2 are unknown real con- the square residual over the boundary is as follows:

stants. Now, according to the aforementioned formulas, it is NinX

N ot

necessary to calculate the unknown coefcients existing in Eq. 2 r 2 j ; j 28

j1

(23) in order to study the stress distribution around hole. For this

reason, least square boundary collocation method [22] is used. where N in indicates the number of the points selected on internal

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Fig. 12. Stress distribution around triangular hole in rotation angle of: (a) zero (b):30.

Table 1 Table 2

desirable and undesirable SCF in different bluntness for triangular hole. Comparison of desirable SCF of nite plate with triangular hole in different ratios of

l/a with SCF in innite plate (l/a 0:01.

m Desirable SCF Undesirable CF

l/a Desirable SCF Percentage difference

0.02 4.2607 4.4571

0.06 4.4369 4.9566 0.01 3.4309 0

0.12 4.9991 5.9071 0.1 3.5 2.01

0.16 5.5773 6.7302 0.2 3.7188 8.39

0.4 4.7731 39.12

0.6 7.5526 120.13

9 l/a=0.01 l/a=0.1

7 14

m=0.12 m=0.14

6 12

SCF

5

SCF

10

4

8

3

6

2

0 0.04 0.08 0.12 0.16 0.2 4

m 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90

Fig. 13. Variation of SCF in terms of bluntness in different l/a for triangular hole.

(degree)

Fig. 14. Variation of SCF with rotation angle of square hole in different bluntness

boundary of unit circle, Not represents the number of selected and l/a 0.4.

points on external boundary of the plate in loading point, and

2 2 2 2

index j shows the number of selected points and

0; 0; 0; 0 30

cn1 cn2 dn1 dn2

r 2 j ; j r 21 j ; j r 22 j ; j 29

Consequently, according to the aforementioned formulas, a

linear equation system is constructed such that the unknown

where r 1 j ; j and r 2 j ; j are residual of two boundary con-

constants can be obtained by its solution. By substituting these

ditions at collocation points on the boundary contours [24]. In

constants in Eqs. (21) and (22), two stress functions of and

order to minimize the square residual 2 , its derivatives with

respect to unknown coefcients should be zero as follows:

were calculated and nally the stress components were

calculated using Eqs. (15)(17).

2 2 2 2

0; 0; 0; 0

an1 an2 bn1 bn2

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5. Validation of the results uniaxial load in the x-direction, and l/a 0.01. In this case, the

results of the present research are in close conformity with

To check the accuracy of the result according to Fig. 7, the Rezaeepazhand and Jafari. Good agreements between the results

results of the present analytic solution were compared with those obtained by the present analytical solution with other studies and

presented by Pan et al. From the gure, nite isotropic plate with methods show the accuracy and precision of the present analytical

square hole (m 0.225, l/a 0.4, 0) under uniaxial load in the y- solution.

direction has been considered. It is evident from the gure that the

result presented by Pan conrms the results of the present study.

In this paper, the normalized stress is the ratio of the maximum

amount of hoop stress at the edge of the hole () to the nominal

or applied stress. For a triangular hole, comparison between the

analytical and numerical results performed by nite element

method was conducted. In the case of the aspect ratio of the plate

12 l/a=0.01 l/a=0.1 l/a=0.2

(b/a equals to 1, m 0.2, 0 and l/a 0:4 were considered. Fig. 8

illustrates a typical nite element model of a nite plate with

triangular hole. S8R elements were chosen for metallic plates in 10 l/a=0.3 l/a=0.4 l/a=0.5

the ABAQUS nite element program. For each case, mesh sensi-

tivity was investigated and acceptable mesh chosen. From the 8

gure, for the triangular hole, regular mesh was used. Fig. 9

illustrates the comparison of the results of normalized stress

SCF

around the triangular hole obtained by analytical and numerical 6

methods. It is noteworthy here that, for isotropic materials, the

type of material has no effect on stress concentration. From the 4

gure, there is good agreement between these two solutions, and

this illustrates the accuracy in present analytical method.

The present solution can also be used to analyze metallic in- 2

nite plate with hole. In order to further evaluate the accuracy of

the results, in Fig. 10, the present solution has been compared with 0

the results of Rezaeepazhand and Jafari [17] for innite isotropic 0 0.02 0.04 0.06 0.08 0.1 0.12 0.14

plate with pentagonal hole (m 0.05 and 0) subjected to m

Fig. 16. Variation of SCF with bluntness in different l/a for square hole.

Table 3

Range of rotation angle of square hole at which the stress is lower than

circular hole. Table 4

Comparison of desirable SCF of nite plate with square hole in different ratios of l/a

m Range of with SCF in innite plate (l/a 0:01.

0.04 31 r r 59

0.06 33r r 57 0.01 2.4744 0

0.08 36 r r 54 0.1 2.5603 3.47

0.1 38 r r 52 0.2 2.8433 14.90

0.12 50 r r 40 0.4 4.4175 78.52

0.14 42.5 r r 47.5 0.5 6.7502 172.80

Fig. 15. Stress distribution around square hole in rotation angle of: (a) zero (b):45.

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6. Results and discussion stress distribution around regular hole that studying its effect on

stress distribution around the hole is essential. In addition to the

Stress concentrations in nite isotropic plates with central bluntness, the hole orientation is the other important parameters

holes are studied. A uniformly distributed tensile load is applied at that affect the stress distribution around the hole. By selecting the

a large distance from the hole. The hole can have arbitrary appropriate value for the hole orientation, the stress concentration

orientation such that the major axis of the hole is directed at angle factor can be decreased remarkably. For this reason the effect of

with respect to the horizontal axis. The varying parameters such these two parameters on SCF of triangular hole has been studied.

as the shape of the hole, rotation angle of the hole and bluntness Fig. 11, shows the effect of these parameters on the value of stress

and ratio of hole size to the plate are considered. In this study, concentration factor in triangular hole. For each hole, the stress

nite isotropic plates with non-circular holes are considered. In changes in terms of hole orientation () has a periodic behavior.

the following sections, effect of each parameter on SCF of these

special shaped holes is presented.

20

l/a=0.01 l/a=0.1

6.1. Triangular hole l/a=0.2 l/a=0.3

16 l/a=0.4 l/a=0.5

6.1.1. Effect of rotation angle of the hole

According to Eq. (5) and as illustrated in Fig. 4, parameter m l/a=0.6

affects the hole geometry directly, so that with changing in the 12

value of m, the radius of curvature at the corner of the hole, can be

SCF

controlled. Bluntness is one of the most signicant parameters in

8

11 m=0 m=0.02

m=0.04 m=0.06

m=0.08 m=.1 4

9

0

0 0.02 0.04 0.06 0.08 0.1 0.12

SCF

m

7

Fig. 19. Variation of SCF with bluntness in different l/a for pentagonal hole.

Table 5

5 Comparison of desirable SCF of nite plate with pentagonal hole in different ratios

of l/a with SCF in innite plate (l/a 0:01.

3 0.01 4.1525 0

0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 0.1 4.2545 2.45

(degree) 0.2 4.5812 10.32

0.4 6.2245 49.89

Fig. 17. Variation of SCF with rotation angle of pentagonal hole in different 0.6 11.0022 164.95

bluntness and l/a 0.4.

Fig. 18. Stress distribution around pentagonal hole in rotation angle of: (a) zero (b):18.

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Period of these changes is different for holes with different shapes. Fig. 12 shows stress distribution around the triangular hole in

For triangular hole, the period of the variation of SCF with rotation desirable and undesirable rotation angles. Solid lines show the

angle is 60. According to this gure, stress concentration factor positive stresses around the hole and dash lines show the negative

increases with increasing the amount of bluntness. The lowest SCF ones. Table 1 presents the value of desirable and undesirable

occurs when the bluntness parameter is zero (m 0). As shown in stresses in some bluntness for triangular hole. Table 1 shows the

Fig. 3, m 0 is equivalent to a circular hole. Therefore, SCF of iso- importance of choosing the correct rotation angle in the analysis of

tropic plate with a circular hole is always less than SCF of plates with hole.

triangular hole.

According to Fig. 11, at any specic bluntness (m), the max-

imum and minimum SCF are called undesirable and desirable SCF,

respectively. 20

l/a=0.01 l/a=0.1

In design, the effective parameters should be selected in such a

way that the undesirable SCF is avoided. As observed in Fig. 11, the l/a=0.2 l/a=0.3

16

optimum rotation angle is 30 (desirable SCF) and the undesirable l/a=0.4 l/a=0.5

SCF occurs when the rotation angle is zero or 60. Therefore, for

l/a=0.6

designing the nite plate with triangular hole, rotation angles of

12

zero and 60must be avoided and rotation angle of 30 must

SCF

be used.

8

15 m=0 m=0.02 m=0.04

4

13 m=0.06 m=0.08 m=0.1

0

11 0 0.02 0.04 0.06 0.08 0.1 0.12

m

SCF

9 Fig. 22. Variation of SCF with bluntness in different l/a for hexagonal hole.

7

Table 6

Comparison of desirable SCF of nite plate with hexagonal hole in different ratios of

5 l/a with SCF in innite plate l=a 0:01.

3

0.01 3.7728 0

0 10 20 30 40 50 60

0.1 3.8571 2.23

(degree) 0.2 4.1271 9.39

0.4 5.4485 44.41

Fig. 20. Variation of SCF with rotation angle of hexagonal hole in different blunt-

0.6 8.8694 135.08

ness and l/a 0.4.

Fig. 21. Stress distribution around hexagonal hole in rotation angle of: (a) zero (b):18.

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6.1.2. Effect of the ratio of hole size to plate shown in this gure, the desirable SCF occurs in rotation angle of

After obtaining the appropriate rotation angle and calculation 18 and undesirable SCF happens when the hole is oriented at

of the desirable SCF for triangular hole, it is necessary to study the angles zero or 36. In this case, SCF changes with rotation angle are

effect of the ratio of hole size to plate and compare the value of SCF similar to nite plate with a triangular hole. it is obvious that the

in nite and innite plates. For this reason, Fig. 13 illustrates the SCF increases with increase in m. Generally, SCF of pentagonal hole

variation of SCF in plate with triangular hole in terms of bluntness is always greater than that in similar plates with a circular hole.

for different ratios of l/a. in generating these results, the rotation Fig. 18 shows stress distribution around the pentagonal hole in

angle of hole has been considered 30 ( 30). It should be noted desirable and undesirable rotation angles.

that the desirable SCF occurs at rotation angle of 30. As it is

claried in the Fig. 13, for all ratios of l/a, the value of SCF increases 6.3.2. Effect of the ratio of hole size to plate

with increase in m. Also it is clear that for ratio of l/a less than 0.2, Fig. 19 illustrates the variation of desirable SCF of pentagonal

increasing the ratio do not have signicant effect on variation of hole with hole bluntness in different ratios of l/a. similar to tri-

stress concentration. Whereas for ratios greater than 0.2, by angular hole for all ratios of l/a, the value of SCF increases by

increasing l/a, the value of stress concentration increases remark- increasing the bluntness parameter (m). For different ratios of l/a,

ably. For different ratios of l/a, Table 2 shows the values of SCF for Table 5 shows the values of SCF for pentagonal hole with bluntness

triangular holes with bluntness of 0.1 (m 0.1). According to the of 0.06. According to Table 5, For ratio of l/a less than 0.2, The

results of the table, for the ratios less than 0.2, SCF related to the percentage difference between two cases is less than 10%. The use

nite plate is very close to SCF of innite plate. The percentage of the innite plate solution can be acceptable for these ratios.

error between two cases is less than 10%. Innite plate solution Whereas for ratios greater than 0.2, the percentage difference for

can be used for these ratios. But for ratios greater than 0.2, the the evaluation of SCF of the perforated nite plate by using the

percentage difference for the evaluation of SCF of the perforated theory of innite plates reaches to 164% for l/a 0.6.

nite plate by using the theory of innite plates is in the range of

39120%. 6.4. Hexagonal hole

For hexagonal hole, the variation of SCF with rotation angle has

6.2.1. Effect of rotation angle of the hole a periodic behavior with a period of 60. For this reason in Fig. 20,

In this section, the effect of rotation angle and bluntness on the variation of SCF is investigated up to rotation angle of 60. As

value of SCF for square hole is investigated. Fig. 14 shows the value shown in this gure, the desirable SCF occurs in rotation angle of

of SCF in terms of rotation angle of the hole in different bluntness. 30 and undesirable SCF happens when the rotation angle is 60.

For square hole, SCF change in terms of rotation angle is a periodic Therefore, the optimal rotation angle that should be considered in

function with a period of 90. Therefore, the results of Fig. 14 are design of perforated plate with hexagonal hole under uniaxial

presented up to rotation angle of 90. According to Fig. 14, unlike stress is 30. Also, the rotation angle of zero or 60 should be

the triangular hole, SCF for some rotation angles decreases with avoided in design. As illustrated in this gure, by selecting the

increasing m. appropriate values for rotation angle and bluntness parameter (m),

Also it shows that desirable SCF occurs in rotation angle of 45 SCF less than the SCF of circular hole can be achieved. For example,

and undesirable SCF occurs when the hole is oriented at angles for m 0.02 and in the range of 2337 for rotation angle, SCF of

zero or 90. As shown in this gure, for a large range of rotation hexagonal hole is less than that in similar plates with circular hole

angle, the desirable SCF of nite plate with square hole is less than (m 0). Fig. 21 shows stress distribution around the hexagonal

the SCF of similar plates with a circular hole (m 0). Therefore, the hole in desirable and undesirable rotation angles.

circular hole is not the best shape for the hole in perforated plates.

By selecting the appropriate rotation angle, SCF less than the SCF 6.4.2. Effect of the ratio of hole size to plate

of circular hole can be achieved. This range is listed in Table 3. For The variation of desirable SCF in plate with hexagonal hole

square holes, choosing m 0.08, the lowest SCF equal to 4.4175 is ( 30) in terms of bluntness for different ratios of l/a is shown in

achieved. Fig. 15 shows stress distribution around the square hole Fig. 22. In all ratios of l/a, for specic value of m a0 the SCF is

in desirable and undesirable rotation angles. minimal. For different ratios of l/a, Table 6 shows the values of SCF

for hexagonal holes with bluntness of 0.06 (m 0.06). As it is clear,

6.2.2. Effect of the ratio of hole size to plate the SCF increases by increasing the ratio of l/a. For ratio of l/a less

Fig. 16 shows the variation of desirable SCF in plate with square than 0.2, the increase is insignicant. But, for ratios greater than

hole ( 45) in terms of bluntness for different ratios of l/a. 0.2, the percentage difference reaches 135% in some cases. In this

According to this gure in all ratios of l/a, for specic value of condition it is necessary to use the solutions concerning nite

m a0 the SCF is minimal. Therefore, the optimal value of bluntness plates.

needs to be determined for each ratio of l/a. For different ratios of

l/a, Table 4 lists the values of SCF for square holes with bluntness of

0.1 (m 0.1). As it is clear, the SCF increases by increasing the ratio 7. Conclusion

of l/a. For ratio of l/a less than 0.2, the increase is insignicant. As

shown in Table 4, for ratios greater than 0.2, the percentage dif- Knowing the high stress concentration and its location around

ference for the evaluation of SCF of the perforated nite plate by a hole is of practical importance in designing engineering struc-

using the theory of innite plates is signicant. tures. In designing the perforated plates, effective parameters can

be selected in order to achieve minimum SCF. In this study, an

6.3. Pentagonal hole analytical solution based on complex variable method is employed

to analyze the stress distribution in nite plate with a regular hole.

6.3.1. Effect of rotation angle of the hole The effect of bluntness, rotation angle of hole, hole size and hole

For pentagonal hole, the variation of SCF in terms of rotation shape (triangular, square, pentagonal and hexagonal) as signicant

angle is a periodic function with a period of 36. Fig. 17 shows the parameters on stress distribution around the holes are studied.

effect of rotation angle on the value of SCF for pentagonal hole. As The results presented herein indicate that due to uniaxial loading,

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