The stresses produced in an infinite plate by the uniform radial displacement of two circular holes in the absence of friction
Jones, Warren Tillet
Wilhoit, J. C.
Master of Science
An analytical solution using the complex variable technique of Muskhelishvili is given for the stresses produced in an infinite plate by the insertion of rigid oversize circular members in two adjacent circular holes in the absence of friction. The center distance of the holes is held constant thereby requiring that the inserts be loaded externally. Numerical data for an original hole spacing equal to three radii are presented.