The principle of superposition is used to combine the results of separate stiffness analyses of (a) a solid shaft loaded by a band of external pressure, using classical elasticity methods and (b) a hollow shaft loaded by bore surface tractions, using finite-element methods. The combined results provide solutions to the case of hollow shafts of infinite length loaded on their outer surface by a uniform band of external pressure; these results are presented in tabular form for a range of hollow shafts of different thicknesses.
Radial Displacements of a Hollow Shaft Subjected to a Uniform Band of External Pressure
E. A. Wilson,
E. A. Wilson
Honeywell Information Systems Inc., Phoenix, Ariz.
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds, Leeds, England
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Wilson, E. A., and Parsons, B. (February 1, 1973). "Radial Displacements of a Hollow Shaft Subjected to a Uniform Band of External Pressure." ASME. J. Eng. Ind. February 1973; 95(1): 269–274. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3438118
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