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assignment This will reinforce what you have learned about fatigue strengths, and alternating and mean stresses. An in-line roller-blade skate is shown below. The wheels are 72 mm diameter and are spaced on 104 mm centers. The 10 mm diameter axle pins are in double shear and are made of steel with the following properties: Sut = 550 M Pa. Sy = 400 M Pa. Assume reliability is 99.999% Assume the pins are machined...

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assignment This will reinforce what you have learned about fatigue strengths, and alternating and mean stresses. An in-line roller-blade skate is shown below. The wheels are 72 mm diameter and are spaced on 104 mm centers. The 10 mm diameter axle pins are in double shear and are made of steel with the following properties: Sut = 550 M Pa. Sy = 400 M Pa. Assume reliability is 99.999% Assume the pins are machined the Find infinite-life factor of safety for the pins when the force of impact, Fi, is 3.59 k N. First assume that all four wheels take the landing simultaneously, then assume that only one wheel absorbs the landing force. 1. Calculate approp...

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