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Cotter Joint

Cotter Joint

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COTTER JOINT
A.SriramLokesh AgarwalY.YeswanthSriharshaG.Suresh
 
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A cotter pin is a temporary fastener, used toconnect rigidly two co-axial bars, subjectedto axial forces, which may betensile/compressive.
The cotter pin is rectangular and its width istapered(either one side or both sides) fromone end to other end for easy dismantling.
The taper varies from 1 in 48 to 1 in 24.
This is usually made of mild steel.
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These types of joints are used to connectthe end of a rod or bar to a shaft. The end ofthe bar has a hole in it and it is called a lug.The hole carries a shaft. This shaft is lockedin place by a smaller pin that passesthrough the side of the lug and partly orcompletely through the shaft itself. Thislocking pin is named a cotter, whichsometimes is also applied to the whole joint.

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