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radius of 90 mm when the spring is supporting a load of 1.5 kN. and G !" G#a.
Gi$en% # 1.5 kN 1500 N& ' 90 mm d 20 mm& n 20 turns m
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using 1(. 3"-9). 1ach spring consists of 20 turns of 10-mm wire ha$ing a mean diameter of 150 mm. Neglect the mass of the rigid *ar.is supported *. Gi$en% 'e(uired% 2ompute the maximum shearing stress in the springs +olutions% . #-"09. rigid *ar.hinged at one end.. two identical springs as shown in /ig. 2ompute the maximum shearing stress in the springs.
A closed.5 cm. %olution& P = 424.5 cm and the pitch of the coils when the spring is unloaded is 1. It has 8 turns of mean diameter of 6.724 N answer . Determined the axial load which when gradually applied will cause the coils just to close up. a!e "# 8$ "pa.coiled helical spring is made of steel wire is 6mm diameter.
If the stiffness of the spring 1$ ( per mm) determine the wire diameter.(-mm "i.A closely coiled helical is made of 1$ coils with mean diameter of '5 mm.en& D# '5mm %tiffness# 1$(-mm n# 1$ turns "# +$$$$ (-mm 'e(uired% wire diameter . *se "# +$.
83 mm answer .%olution& d = 7.