Chapter2-shaftdesign-0507-14

Chapter2-shaftdesign-0507-14 - Section 3 Shafting H...

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Unformatted text preview: Section 3 Shafting H &m and Associated Parts Objects of this section Holding Elements g &m 4 : 1.Propose g &m reasonable g &m and final dimensions for shafts h to carry a variety of types of power-transmitting elements. 2.Identify the types of rolling bearings l that are commercially g &m 4 available, and select appropriate types for a given application, considering the manner of loading ,installation conditions and the life expectancy g &m . Objects of this section Connection Elements h &m : 1.Describe several kinks of keys h and specify a suitable size of key for a given size sHaft. 2.Describe splines H and determine tHeir torque capability. 3.Describe rigid couplings and flexible couplings. 4.Specify tHe required capacity of a clutch h h and differentiate between a clutcH and a coupling Chapter 2 Shaft Design 1. Main types of shaft 2. Methods to give the reasonable and final dimension of shaft 3. Configuration design of shaft 1. Main types of shaft 1) Different axis 2)Flexible shaft g &m shaft crankshaft Example1: Structures of Pulley Bending moment Example2: Example3: Torque Torque Bending moment and...
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Chapter2-shaftdesign-0507-14 - Section 3 Shafting H...

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