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I've found in my FE Analyses (For an 'L' shaped model) that for each value of Poisson's Ratio there exists a certain substanded angle above which the elastic solution has no stress singularity. Can somebody tell me what really a stress singularity means mathematically? and that why does it disappear above/below certain angles. I would also appreciate a detailed mathematical treatment of this problem.

Thanks,

Xishan

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# Stress singularity at corners

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