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## Machine Design

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# Machine Design MECH 325

Lionel Hansen
CSU
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David Alciatore

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Excerpts from th course permitted by Sections 107 and is work may be reproduced by instructors for distribution on SOLUTION 831D own A steel shaft must be designed to transmit a reverse torque of 1862 Nm and 39f provide in nite fatigue 1 e Find Determine the geometry and materials for a shaft that will transmit a reverse torque of 1862 Nut and provide infinite fatigue life Decisions 1 The shaft geometry shown below is chosen Lt mm rad 021 mm rad 2 A 4130 steel with a Brinell hardness of 150 and a tensile strength of 750 ksi is selected 3 A safety factor SF 60 is desired 4 The shaft will be machined Assumption The shaft is manufactured as speci ed with regard to the critical shaft genm Analysis I For the steel selected u 39 I or Sn 75 ksi 9E04Pa 2 Sn Sn39 CLCUCsCTCR Sn39 053 05517 Fig 85 58 Table 81 517 MPa T Squot 055705809078l1053 MPa 1 For the chosen geometry at the critical point 08 mm radius rd 004 and BM 2 From Fig 435c Kr 165 From Fig 8 3 q 074 Henc Kl lq Eq82 I O6S074 L48 4 The 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L 7 lnR 7ln1 e 35 True tensile stress elastic region O39T EET True tensile stress plastic strainstrengthening region O39T 03906 Modulus of resilience Rm SgSg E SEZE 38 Modulus of toughness Tm fgfade 39 Modulus of toughness approximation S S g y Ef T m 2 310 Chapter 3 Equations Continued Ultimate tensile strength SM K BH B Tensile yield strength stressrelieved steels nut coldworked Sy 1055 7 30000 psi Tensile yield strength stressrelieved steels nut coldworked Sy SZSHB 7 30000 psi Torsional shear modulus E G m Machinability cutting speed 1150k V 17 A 12 60 HB 311 112 113 314 115 SOLUTION 4 24 I T a r v dxmbnsmns as shown Find 39 a Schematic and Given Dam 70me N Assumption Maxcrial is homogeneous and perfectly elastxcr Analy 1 E rectangle 60 E Irianglc 40 Contmued on next page V boo tn students EnruHed m uurses fur mm the textbuuk has been adapted Any other reprudumun ur trans atmn uf thwsvvurk beyund that perrmtted by Soobons m7 and ma ufth2197E mud o w 5quot 6 AE lectangls AC riartgle 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