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When a shaft is subjected to a torque or twisting, a shearing stress is produced in the shaft. The shear stress varies from zero in

the axis to a maximum at the outside surface of the shaft.

The shear stress in a solid circular shaft in a given position can be expressed as:

=Tr/J

(1)

where

= shear stress (MPa, psi)

T = twisting moment (Nmm, in lb)

r = distance from center to stressed surface in the given position (mm, in)

J = Polar Moment of Inertia of an Area (mm4, in4)

Note

the "Polar Moment of Inertia of an Area" is a measure of a beam's ability to resist torsion. The "Polar Moment of Inertia" is

defined with respect to an axis perpendicular to the area considered. It is analogous to the "Area Moment of Inertia" which characterizes a beam's ability to resist bending - required to predict deflection and stress in a beam.

"Polar Moment of Inertia of an Area" is also called "Polar Moment of Inertia", "Second Moment of Area", "Area Moment of Inertia",

"Polar Moment of Area" or "Second Area Moment".

Circular Shaft and Maximum Moment

Maximum moment in a circular shaft can be expressed as:

Tmax = max J / R

(2)

where

Tmax = maximum twisting moment (Nmm, in lb)

max = maximum shear stress (MPa, psi)

R = radius of shaft (mm, in)

Combining (2) and (3) for a solid shaft

Tmax = ( / 16) max D3

(2b)

Tmax = ( / 16) max (D4 - d4) / D

(2c)

Polar Moment of Inertia of a circular solid shaft can be expressed as

J = R4 / 2

= (D / 2)4 / 2

= D4 / 32

(3)

where

D = shaft outside diameter (mm, in)

Polar Moment of Inertia of a circular hollow shaft can be expressed as

J = (D4 - d4) / 32

(3b)

where

d = shaft inside diameter

(mm, in)

Diameter of a solid shaft can calculated by the formula

D = 1.72 (Tmax / max)1/3

(4)

The angular deflection of a torsion shaft can be expressed as

= L T / (J G)

(5)

where

= angular shaft deflection (radians)

L = length of shaft (mm, in)

G = modulus of rigidity (Mpa, psi)

= 32 L T / (G D4)

(5a)

= 32 L T / (G (D4- d4))

(5b)

The angle in degrees can be achieved by multiplying the angle in radians with 180 /

Solid shaft ( replaced)

degrees 584 L T / (G D4)

(6a)

degrees 584 L T / (G (D4- d4)

(6b)

Maximum Torsional

Resisting Moment

- Tmax (Nm, in lb)

( / 16) max D3

Ellipse Shaft

( / 16) max b2 h

Nomenclature

h = "height" of shaft

b = "width" of shaft

h>b

Maximum Torsional

Resisting Moment

- Tmax (Nm, in lb)

Nomenclature

Rectangle Shaft

(2 / 9) max b2 h

h>b

Square Shaft

(2 / 9) max b3

Triangle Shaft

(1 / 20) max b3

Hexagon Shaft

1.09 max b3

A moment of 1000 Nm is acting on a solid cylinder shaft with diameter 50 mm and length 1 m. The shaft is made in steel

with modulus of rigidity 79 GPa (79 109 Pa).

Maximum shear stress can be calculated as

max = T r / J

= T (D / 2) / ( D4 / 32)

= (1000 Nm) ((0.05 m) / 2) / ( (0.05 m)4 / 32)

= 40.8 MPa

The angular deflection of the shaft can be calculated as

= L T / (J G)

= L T / (( D4 / 32) G)

= 0.021 (radians)

= 1.2 o

Example - Shear Stress and Angular Deflection in a Hollow Cylinder

A moment of 1000 Nm is acting on a hollow cylinder shaft with outer diameter 50 mm, inner diameter 30 mm and length 1 m. The

shaft is made in steel with modulus of rigidity 79 GPa (79 109 Pa).

Maximum shear stress can be calculated as

max = T r / J

= T (D / 2) / ( (D4 - d4) / 32)

= (1000 Nm) ((0.05 m) / 2) / ( ((0.05 m)4 - (0.03 m)4) / 32)

= 46.8 MPa

The angular deflection of the shaft can be calculated as

= L T / (J G)

= L T / (( D4 / 32) G)

= (1 m) (1000 Nm) / (( ((0.05 m)4 - (0.03 m)4) / 32) (79 109 Pa))

= 0.023 (radians)

= 1.4 o

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