Identification of Load Applying on T-Shape Joint with Inverse Problem
In the beginning of design, exact load data are actually necessary for the fatigue strength and life analysis to minimize the cost and time of designing. The procedure of practical load determination is developed by the combination of the principal stresses of F.E.Analysis and experiment. This paper conceives new procedure for the determination of load direction and magnitude applied on mechanical structures. New procedure is the combination of the analytical and empirical method with analyzed strain by F.E. Analysis under unit load and with measured principal stress by strain gages under driving load, respectively. In this paper, we theorize the procedure of practical load determination and make the validity and the practicality of the procedure with the application to T-shape jointed structure. F.E. Analysis is conducted to get the principal stress on arbitrary points in the F.E. model of T-shape joint under unit load. Then experiment is carried out to get the principal stress on the same points of F.E. model. To demonstrate the actual driving condition, the load conditions are bending and torsion. From these two data sets, the magnitude, the direction and the position of load can be obtained.
Soon-Bok Lee and Yun-Jae Kim
J. H. Song et al., "Identification of Load Applying on T-Shape Joint with Inverse Problem", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 326-328, pp. 657-660, 2006