# Spline stress calculation. External splines.

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This program is based on published article “When Splines Need Stress Control” by Darle W. Dudley. Stepan Lunin and Scott Burnett. 2006. Metric. DIN. Click here. Input data: Pitch Diameter, in: Bore Diameter of Shaft, in: Root Diameter, in: Radial Height of Tooth In Contact, in: Effective Face Width, in: Application Factor (Table II): Load Distribution Factor (Table IV): Life Factor Limited by Fatigue (Table III): Life Factor Limited by Wear, Flexible Splines (Table VI): Number of Spline Teeth: Chordal Tooth Thickness at Pitch Line, in (MIN): Torque, in-lb = 63,000 * HP / n: Allowable Shear Stress (Table I): Allowable Compressive Stress (Table V): Allowable Tensile Stress (Table VII):
Calculate

D Dh Dre h Fe Ka Km Lf Lw N tc T Ss Sc St

Output data: Allowable shear stress in S_s2=Ss*Lf/Ka shaft,S_s2(PSI) : Shaft Stresses S_s1=16*T*Dre/(Pi* S_s1(PSI): (Dre^4-Dh^4)) Margin of safety (needs to be > 0): Allowable shear stress in Teeth,S_s2(PSI) S_s2/S_s1-1

S_s2=Ss*Lf/Ka

S_s6(PSI) : Compressive Stresses in Teeth S_s4=2*T*Km/(D*N*Fe*h) S_s4(PSI): Margin of safety (needs to be > S_s6/S_s4-1 0): Clear For internal splines cick here: Home page. .: Shear Stresses in Teeth S_s3=4*T*Km/(D*N*Fe*tc) S_s3(PSI): Margin of safety (needs to be > S_s2/S_s3-1 0): Flexible Spline Allowable Compressive stress in S_s5=Sc*Lw/Ka Teeth.S_s5(PSI) : Compressive Stresses in Teeth S_s4=2*T*Km/(D*N*Fe*h) S_s4(PSI): Margin of safety (needs to be > S_s5/S_s4-1 0): Fixed Spline Allowable Compressive stress in S_s6=Sc*9*Lf/Ka Teeth.