Stresses in turbine-blade tenons subjected to bending

@article{Marloff1978StressesIT,
  title={Stresses in turbine-blade tenons subjected to bending},
  author={R. Marloff},
  journal={Experimental Mechanics},
  year={1978},
  volume={18},
  pages={19-24}
}
  • R. Marloff
  • Published 1978
  • Materials Science
  • Experimental Mechanics
The photoelastic method was used to model large steam turbine tenon-shroud attachments under bending loads. Six models were used to investigate three basic tenon geometries: (a) single round tenon—here two different fillet radius-to-tenon diameter ratios were examined; (b) long narrow tenon—for this geometry the influence of shroud-seating clearance and shroud stiffness was investigated; (c) two separated round tenons. Stress-concentration factors for the tenon fillets were determined based on… Expand
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