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Unformatted text preview: Classification & % ¡ ‚ of join Detachable & 8 ¡ ‚ Join : Joined parts can be easily separated from each other without being destroyed. Inseparable &8 ¡ ‚ “ Join: Joined parts must be broken in order to disconnect the parts. Movable Join: Jointed parts can be moved reversely &8 ¡ ‚ “ . Unmovable Join: Jointed parts cann’t be moved reversely . Chapter 13 Methods of Attaching the Hub to the Shaft H ∙ ò •“ * P410~418 Objects of this chapter 1.Describe several kinds of keys 2.Specify a suitable size key with reasonable material for a given size shaft 3.Complete the design of keys and corresponding keyseats e&&& 4.Describe splines ¨ • ¡ • and determine their torque capacity 1 e Functions connecting , safety system 2) types Flat parallel key e&&& General flat key g I ¡ ‚ “C&& Guide key and Slide key &&&&&&& ‚ 1. several kinds of keys A l B l C l Guide key and Slide key &&&&&&& ¤ xg ¡‚“ xg ¡‚“C Tapered key e&&& Woodruff key l 2 ¡ ‚ “ Tangent key l 2 ¡ ‚ “...
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2010 for the course MECHANICAL 072203 taught by Professor Zhangying during the Spring '06 term at Tsinghua University.

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