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Unformatted text preview: ending moment on the shaft will be same as calculated eariler, i.e. MS = 10.08 × 106 N-mm and twisting moment on the shaft, TS = FT × r = 84 × 300 = 25 200 kN-mm = 25.2 × 106 N-mm ∴ Equivalent twisting moment on shaft, Te = = ( M S ) 2 + (TS ) 2 (10.08 × 106 ) 2 + (25.2 × 106 ) 2 = 27.14 × 106 N-mm We know that equivalent twisting moment (Te), π π ( d )3 τ = (135)3 τ = 483 156 τ 27.14 × 106 = 16 s 16 ∴ τ = 27.14 × 106 / 483 156 = 56.17 N/mm2 From above, we see that by taking the already calculated value of ds = 135 mm, the induced shear stress is more than the allowable shear stress of 31 to 42 MPa. Hence, the value of ds is calculated by taking τ = 35 MPa or N/mm2 in the above equation, i.e. π (d )3 35 = 6.873 (d s )3 16 s ∴ (ds)3 = 27.14 × 106 / 6.873 = 3.95 × 106 or ds = 158 say 160 mm Ans. (c) Design of shaft at the juncture of right hand crank arm Let ds1 = Diameter of the shaft at the juncture of the right hand crank arm. We know that the resultant force at the b...
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