### Construct a suitable finite element model

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The figure below shows the geometrical stress concentration factor, K for a flat bar loaded in uniaxial tension. The bar has a uniform rectangular cross-section. Working with values within the range your task is to:

1. Construct a suitable finite element model and compare the FEA predictions with the theoretical data.

2. Produce a graph (within ANSYS) to show the stress distribution normal to the cross-section along line a-a shown here. Verified Expert

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