Volume 32, Issue 1 (January 2004)

    Determining Residual Stress in Spherical Components: A New Application of the Hole-Drilling Method

    (Received 23 August 2002; accepted 3 July 2003)

    CODEN: JTEOAD

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    Abstract

    The semidestructive hole-drilling technique for measuring in-depth residual stress is well established for plane components. The strain-stress relationship requires calibration coefficients that can be determined either experimentally or numerically. Experimental determination of the calibration coefficient is very costly compared with numerical determination. Also, experimental determination cannot take into account the new stress distribution between two subsequent drillings. This is why the numerical solution was chosen to determine the calibration coefficients for spherical components in this study. We used the technique on a steering joint and compared the residual stress results obtained for a plane and a spherical structure. The error is discussed. This new development is also applicable on a hip prosthesis and other spherical shape components.


    Author Information:

    Montay, G
    University of Technology of Troyes, 10010 Troyes,

    Cherouat, A

    Garnier, C

    Lu, J


    Stock #: JTE11627

    ISSN: 0090-3973

    DOI: 10.1520/JTE11627

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    Title Determining Residual Stress in Spherical Components: A New Application of the Hole-Drilling Method
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    Committee E28