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kip-in. is applied to each of the bars

shown in Fig. P6.101. If the allowable

shear stress is specified as allow = 8 ksi,

determine the minimum required

dimension b for each bar.

Fig. P6.101

Solution

(a) Circular Section

Rearrange the elastic torsion formula to group terms with D on the left-hand side:

D4

D3 T

T

=

which can be simplified to

=

32 ( D / 2)

16

From this equation, the unknown diameter of the solid shaft can be expressed as

16T

D=3

To support a torque of T = 1.5 kip-in. without exceeding the maximum shear stress of 8 ksi, the solid

shaft must have a diameter (i.e., dimension b shown in the problem statement) of

16T

16(1.5 kip-in.)

=3

= 0.985 in.

Ans.

bmin 3

(8 ksi)

(b) Square Section

From Table 6.1,

b

=1

= 0.208

a

The maximum shear stress in a rectangular section is given by Eq. (6.22):

T

max = 2

a b

For a square section where a = b,

T

1.5 kip-in.

b3 =

=

= 0.901442 in.3

bmin = 0.966 in.

max (0.208)(8 ksi)

a=b

aspect ratio

From Table 6.1,

2b

aspect ratio

=2

= 0.246

b

For a rectangular section where a = 2b,

T

1.5 kip-in.

b3 =

=

= 0.381098 in.3

2 max 2(0.246)(8 ksi)

Ans.

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Fig. P6.102. If the allowable shear stress

is specified as allow = 70 MPa, determine

the minimum required dimension b for

each bar.

Fig. P6.102

Solution

(a) Circular Section

Rearrange the elastic torsion formula to group terms with D on the left-hand side:

D4

D3 T

T

=

which can be simplified to

=

32 ( D / 2)

16

From this equation, the unknown diameter of the solid shaft can be expressed as

16T

D=3

To support a torque of T = 270 N-m without exceeding the maximum shear stress of 70 MPa, the solid

shaft must have a diameter (i.e., dimension b shown in the problem statement) of

16T

16(270 N-m)(1,000 mm/m)

bmin 3

=3

= 27.0 mm

Ans.

(70 N/mm 2 )

(b) Square Section

From Table 6.1,

b

=1

= 0.208

a

The maximum shear stress in a rectangular section is given by Eq. (6.22):

T

max = 2

a b

For a square section where a = b,

T

(270 N-m)(1,000 mm/m)

b3 =

=

= 18,543.946 mm3

bmin = 26.5 mm

2

(0.208)(70 N/mm )

max

a=b

aspect ratio

From Table 6.1,

2b

aspect ratio

=2

= 0.246

b

For a rectangular section where a = 2b,

T

(270 N-m)(1,000 mm/m)

b3 =

=

= 7,839.721 mm3

2

2 max

2(0.246)(70 N/mm )

bmin = 19.87 mm

Ans.

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have equal cross-sectional areas and they

are each subjected to a torque of T = 160

N-m. Determine:

(a) the maximum shear stress in each

bar.

(b) the rotation angle at the free end if

each bar has a length of 300 mm.

Assume G = 28 GPa.

Fig. P6.103

Solution

Theoretical Basis: The maximum shear stress in a rectangular section is given by Eq. (6.22):

T

max = 2

a b

and the angle of twist is given by Eq. (6.23)

TL

= 3

a bG

Rectangular Section 15 mm by 50 mm

From linear interpolation of the values given in Table 6.1,

50 mm

= 3.333

= 0.272

= 0.269

aspect ratio

15 mm

Shear stress:

T

(160 N-m)(1,000 mm/m)

max = 2 =

= 52.3 MPa

a b (0.272)(15 mm) 2 (50 mm)

Angle of twist:

TL

(160 N-m)(300 mm)(1,000 mm/m)

= 3 =

= 0.0378 rad

a bG (0.269)(15 mm)3 (50 mm)(28,000 N/mm 2 )

Rectangular Section 25 mm by 30 mm

From Table 6.1,

30 mm

= 1.2

= 0.219

= 0.166

aspect ratio

25 mm

Shear stress:

T

(160 N-m)(1,000 mm/m)

max = 2 =

= 39.0 MPa

a b (0.219)(25 mm) 2 (30 mm)

Angle of twist:

TL

(160 N-m)(300 mm)(1,000 mm/m)

= 3 =

= 0.0220 rad

a bG (0.166)(25 mm)3 (30 mm)(28,000 N/mm 2 )

Ans.

Ans.

Ans.

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bar shown in Fig. P6.104 is 75 MPa.

Determine:

(a) the largest torque T that may be

applied to each bar.

(b) the corresponding rotation angle at the

free end if each bar has a length of 300

mm. Assume G = 28 GPa.

Fig. P6.104

Solution

Theoretical Basis: The maximum shear stress in a rectangular section is given by Eq. (6.22):

T

max = 2

a b

and the angle of twist is given by Eq. (6.23)

TL

= 3

a bG

Rectangular Section 15 mm by 50 mm

From linear interpolation of the values given in Table 6.1,

50 mm

= 3.333

= 0.272

= 0.269

aspect ratio

15 mm

Maximum torque:

T = max a 2b = (75 N/mm 2 )(0.272)(15 mm) 2 (50 mm) = 229,500 N-mm = 230 N-m

Angle of twist:

TL

(229,500 N-mm)(300 mm)

= 3 =

= 0.0542 rad

a bG (0.269)(15 mm)3 (50 mm)(28,000 N/mm 2 )

Rectangular Section 25 mm by 30 mm

From Table 6.1,

30 mm

= 1.2

= 0.219

= 0.166

aspect ratio

25 mm

Maximum torque:

T = max a 2b = (75 N/mm 2 )(0.219)(25 mm) 2 (30 mm) = 307,979 N-mm = 308 N-m

Angle of twist:

TL

(307,979 N-mm)(300 mm)

= 3 =

= 0.0424 rad

a bG (0.166)(25 mm)3 (30 mm)(28,000 N/mm 2 )

Ans.

Ans.

Ans.

Ans.

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diameter D is to be replaced by a

rectangular tube having cross-sectional

dimensions D 2D (which are

measured to the wall centerlines of the

cross section shown in Fig. P6.105).

Determine the required minimum

thickness tmin of the tube so that the

maximum shear stress in the tube will

not exceed the maximum shear stress

in the solid bar.

Fig. P6.105

Solution

For the solid circular rod, the maximum shear stress is given by

TR T ( D / 2) 16T

max =

=

=

4 D3

Ip

D

32

For the rectangular tube, the area enclosed by the median line is

Am = ( D)(2 D) = 2 D 2

The maximum shear stress for the thin-walled section is given by Eq. (6.25)

T

T

T

max =

=

=

2

2 Amt 2(2 D )t 4 D 2t

Equate Eqs. (a) and (b)

16T

T

=

3

D 4 D 2t

and solve for t:

D

tmin =

64

(a)

(b)

Ans.

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6.106 A 24 in. wide by 0.100 in. thick by 100 in. long steel sheet is to be formed into a hollow section

by bending through 360 and welding (i.e., butt-welding) the long edges together. Assume a crosssectional medial length of 24 in. (no stretching of the sheet due to bending). If the maximum shear stress

must be limited to 12 ksi, determine the maximum torque that can be carried by the hollow section if

(a) the shape of the section is a circle.

(b) the shape of the section is an equilateral triangle.

(c) the shape of the section is a square.

(d) the shape of the section is an 8 4 in. rectangle.

Solution

The maximum shear stress for a thin-walled section is given by Eq. (6.25)

T

max =

2 Amt

and thus, the maximum torque that can be carried by the hollow section is

Tmax = 2 max Amt

(a) Circle:

D = 24 in.

Am =

Tmax

D2 =

D = 7.639437 in.

4

4

= 2 max Amt = 2(12 ksi)(45.8366 in.2 )(0.100 in.) = 110.0 kip-in.

Ans.

triangle sides are each 24 in./3 = 8 in.

1

1

Am = bh = (8 in.)(8 in.) sin 60 = 27.7128 in.2

2

2

Tmax = 2 max Amt = 2(12 ksi)(27.7128 in.2 )(0.100 in.) = 66.5 kip-in.

Ans.

(c) Square:

sides of the square are each 24 in./4 = 6 in.

Am = bh = (6 in.)(6 in.) = 36 in.2

Tmax = 2 max Amt = 2(12 ksi)(36 in.2 )(0.100 in.) = 86.4 kip-in.

Ans.

Am = bh = (8 in.)(4 in.) = 32 in.2

Tmax = 2 max Amt = 2(12 ksi)(32 in.2 )(0.100 in.) = 76.8 kip-in.

Ans.

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6.107 A 500 mm wide by 3 mm thick by 2 m long aluminum sheet is to be formed into a hollow section

by bending through 360 and welding (i.e., butt-welding) the long edges together. Assume a crosssectional medial length of 500 mm (no stretching of the sheet due to bending). If the maximum shear

stress must be limited to 75 MPa, determine the maximum torque that can be carried by the hollow

section if

(a) the shape of the section is a circle.

(b) the shape of the section is an equilateral triangle.

(c) the shape of the section is a square.

(d) the shape of the section is a 150 100 mm rectangle.

Solution

The maximum shear stress for a thin-walled section is given by Eq. (6.25)

T

max =

2 Amt

and thus, the maximum torque that can be carried by the hollow section is

Tmax = 2 max Amt

(a) Circle:

D = 500 mm

Am =

Tmax

D2 =

D = 159.155 mm

(159.155 mm) 2 = 19,894.382 mm 2

4

4

= 2 max Amt = 2(75 N/mm 2 )(19,894.382 mm 2 )(3 mm) = 8,952, 472 N-mm = 8.95 kN-m

Ans.

triangle sides are each 500 mm/3 = 166.667 mm

1

1

Am = bh = (166.667 mm)(166.667 mm) sin 60 = 12, 028.131 mm 2

2

2

Tmax = 2 max Amt = 2(75 N/mm 2 )(12, 028.131 mm 2 )(3 mm) = 5, 412, 659 N-mm = 5.41 kN-m

Ans.

(c) Square:

sides of the square are each 500 mm/4 = 125 mm

Tmax = 2 max Amt = 2(75 N/mm 2 )(15, 625 mm 2 )(3 mm) = 7, 031, 250 N-mm = 7.03 kN-m

Ans.

Am = bh = (150 mm)(100 mm) = 15, 000 mm 2

Tmax = 2 max Amt = 2(75 N/mm 2 )(15, 000 mm 2 )(3 mm) = 6, 750, 000 N-mm = 6.75 kN-m

Ans.

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the hollow, thin-walled aluminum alloy section

shown in Fig. P6.108. If the maximum shear stress

must be limited to 10 ksi, determine the minimum

thickness required for the section. (Note: The

dimensions shown are measured to the wall

centerline.)

Fig. P6.108

Solution

The maximum shear stress for a thin-walled section is given by Eq. (6.25)

T

max =

2 Amt

For the aluminum alloy section,

Am = (6 in.)(8 in.) +

The minimum thickness required for the section if the maximum shear stress must be limited to 10 ksi is

thus:

T

150 kip-in.

tmin =

=

= 0.0983 in.

Ans.

2 max Am 2(10 ksi)(76.274 in.2 )

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thin-walled aluminum alloy section shown in Fig. P6.109. If

the maximum shear stress must be limited to 50 MPa,

determine the minimum thickness required for the section.

(Note: The dimensions shown are measured to the wall

centerline.)

Fig. P6.109

Solution

The maximum shear stress for a thin-walled section is given by Eq. (6.25)

T

max =

2 Amt

For the aluminum alloy section,

1

Am = (100 mm) 2 = 7,853.982 mm 2

4

The minimum thickness required for the section if the maximum shear stress must be limited to 50 MPa

is thus:

T

(2.5 kN-m)(1,000 N/kN)(1,000 mm/m)

tmin =

=

= 3.18 mm

Ans.

2 max Am

2(50 N/mm 2 )(7,853.982 mm 2 )

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the hollow, thin-walled aluminum alloy section

shown in Fig. P6.110. If the section has a uniform

thickness of 0.100 in., determine the magnitude of

the maximum shear stress developed in the section.

(Note: The dimensions shown are measured to the

wall centerline.)

Fig. P6.110

Solution

The maximum shear stress for a thin-walled section is given by Eq. (6.25)

T

max =

2 Amt

For the aluminum alloy section,

Am =

T

100 kip-in.

max =

=

= 12.73 ksi

2 Amt 2(39.2699 in.2 )(0.100 in.)

Ans.

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applied to the hollow, thin-walled aluminum

alloy section shown in Fig. P6.111. If the

section has a uniform thickness of 4 mm,

determine the magnitude of the maximum

shear stress developed in the section. (Note:

The dimensions shown are measured to the

wall centerline.)

Fig. P6.111

Solution

The maximum shear stress for a thin-walled section is given by Eq. (6.25)

T

max =

2 Amt

For the aluminum alloy section,

Am = (150 mm)(50 mm) +

T

(2.75 kN-m)(1,000 N/kN)(1,000 mm/m)

max =

=

= 40.5 MPa

2 Amt

2(8, 481.748 mm 2 )(4 mm)

Ans.

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airplane wing is shown in Fig. P6.112. The enclosed

area is 82 in.2. Sheet thicknesses are shown on the

diagram. For an applied torque of T = 100 kip-in.,

determine the magnitude of the maximum shear

stress developed in the section. (Note: The

dimensions shown are measured to the wall

centerline.)

Fig. P6.112

Solution

The maximum shear stress for a thin-walled section is given by Eq. (6.25)

T

max =

2 Amt

The maximum shear stress developed in the section is:

T

100 kip-in.

max =

=

= 12.20 ksi

2 Amt 2(82 in.2 )(0.050 in.)

Ans.

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of aluminum alloy is shown in Fig. P6.113. For an

applied torque of T = 1,250 kip-in. and an allowable

shear stress of = 7.5 ksi, determine the minimum

thickness of the sheet (which must be constant for

the entire periphery) required to resist the torque.

(Note: The dimensions shown are measured to the

wall centerline.)

Fig. P6.113

Solution

The maximum shear stress for a thin-walled section is given by Eq. (6.25)

T

max =

2 Amt

For the fuselage,

Am = (30 in.)(20 in.) + (15 in.) 2 = 1,306.858 in.2

The minimum thickness required for the sheet if the maximum shear stress must be limited to 7.5 ksi is

thus:

T

1, 250 kip-in.

=

= 0.0638 in.

Ans.

tmin =

2 max Am 2(7.5 ksi)(1,306.858 in.2 )

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