Maximum stresses over the circumference according to mohr, tresca, von mises, and uniaxial stresses (Output Table)

Data description/Result options:

ELEM:

Number of element where stress calculations have been performed at mid cross-section

MOHR1-M:

Maximum of tensile stresses over the circumference of the cross-section according to Mohr's criterion ¹

(Blank if no tensile stress)

MOHR2-M:

Maximum of compressive stresses over the circumference of the cross-section according to Mohr's criterion ¹

(Blank if no compressive stress)

TRESCA-M:

Maximum of shear stresses over the circumference of the crosssection according to Tresca's criterion ¹

(Tresca is half the difference between the largest and the smallest principal stress in the same point (see Theor. Manual): TRESCA = 0.5*(SIG1 - SIG2) if the signs of SIG1 and SIG2 differ,

TRESCA = 0.5*SIG1 if SIG1 and SIG2 have a positive sign,

TRESCA = -0.5*SIG2 if SIG1 and SIG2 have a negative sign)

MISES-M:

Maximum of equivalent stresses over the circumference of the cross-section according to Von Mises' criterion ¹

SXHT-M:

Maximum of longitudinal normal stresses over the circumference of the cross-section ¹

(Maximum of summated stress components SXI+SXU and SXO+SXU)

SFHT-M:

Maximum of circumferential normal stresses over the circumference of the cross-section ¹

(Maximum of summated stress components SFI+SFU and SFO+SFU)

SHOOP-M:

Maximum of circumferential normal stresses over the circumference of the cross-section due to internal overpressure

(The hoop stress is calculated taking into account the outer pipe diameter D, the minimum wall-thickness T-min and the load factor.)

The number of rows is the number of specified cross-sections (accumulated).

¹ Stress weighing factors are taken into account if provided. Both stresses at inner and outer wall face are considered.

H620561 (last modified: December 13, 2019)

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