﻿ Data description/Result options

# Data description/Result options

Maximum unit check stresses according to Mohr, Tresca, Mises or uniaxial, using predefined weighing factors (Output Table)

Data description/Result options:

ELEM:

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

Re:

Yield stress at 20 degrees C

ReT:

Yield stress at T degrees C

f(Reb):

Limit stress ( = 0.85(Re + ReT)/1.1 )

Sp/0.91ReT-M:

Hoop stress unit check stress

For historical reasons the column heading is reported as Sp/0.91ReT-M, whereas the actual result is calculated as 1.1Sp/ReT-M

Sv:pm/Re-M:

Primary unit check stress due to primary loads

Sv/f(Reb)-M:

Total replacing unit check stress due to all occurring loads

S-IND:

Stress class indicator (see below)

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

Description of unit stress classes

The unit check stresses are the calculated check stresses Sp, Sv:pm, Sv, divided by material factors and (a combination of) yield stress Re and/or ReT.

The unit stress indicator S-IND refers to the maximum corrected check stresses Sp, Sv:pm, and Sv and provides a quick overview on the occurring stress class:

 blank maximum check stress ≤ 40% of applicable limit stress maximum corrected check stress > 40% and ≤ 60% of applicable limit stress maximum corrected check stress > 60% and ≤ 80% of applicable limit stress maximum corrected check stress > 80% and ≤ 100% of applicable limit stress Overstressed maximum check stress > applicable limit stress (In this case one or more of the unit check stresses is greater than 1 which is not allowed according to NEN 3650.)

Predefined weighing factors

 stress comp. Sp Sv:pm Sv SXUB0 0. 1. 1.294 SXUB1 0. 1. 1.294 SXUBH 0. 1. 1.294 SFISH 0. 0. 1.294 SFOSH 0. 0. 1.294 SXISH 0. 0. 1.294 SXOSH 0. 0. 1.294 SFUBA 1.1 1. 1.294 SFURA 0. 1. 1.294 SFIRA 0. 0. 1.294 SFORA 0. 0. 1.294 SXIRA 0. 0. 1.294 SXORA 0. 0. 1.294 TZUB0 0. 1. 1.294 TZUB1 0. 1. 1.294

Sp is checked against yield stress ReT

Sv:pm is checked against yield stress Re

Sv is checked against the sum of yield stresses Re and ReT

H630521, last changed:9/14/2016