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Problem Solving on Stress Concentration

Problem Solving on Stress Concentration

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Chapter 7Shafts andShaftComponents
 Part 3 Designof Mechanical  Elements
 
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Contents
7–1 Introduction
7–2 Shaft Materials7–3 Shaft Layout7–4 Shaft Design for Stress7–5 Deflection Considerations7–6 Critical Speeds for Shafts7–7 Miscellaneous Shaft Components7–8 Limits and Fits
 
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Introduction
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A
shaft 
is a
rotating member 
, usually of circular cross section, used totransmit power or motion.
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It provides the axis of rotation, or oscillation, of elements such as gears,pulleys, flywheels, cranks, sprockets, and the like and controlsthegeometry of their motion.
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An
axle
is a
nonrotatingmember 
that carries no torque and is used tosupport rotating wheels, pulleys, and the like. The automotive axle is not atrue axle; the term is a carry-over from the horse-and-buggy era, when thewheels rotated on nonrotatingmembers.
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A non-rotating axle can readily be designed and analyzed as a staticbeam, and will not warrant the special attention given in this chapter to therotating shafts which are subject to fatigue loading.

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