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Set No. 2

DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS-I

Common to Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

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1. A steam engine of effective diameter 300 m.m is subjected to a steam pressure

of 1.5 N/m.m2 . The cylinder cover is connected by means of eight bolts having

yield strength of 350N/m.m2 and endurance limit of 250N/m.m2 . The bolts are

tightened with an initial pre load of 1.5 times that of steam force. A soft copper

gasket is used to make a leak proof joint. The stress concentration factor is 2.8.

Determine the size of the bolts.

[16]

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o

c

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i. Drilled holes

ii. Using large fillet radius

iii. Added grooves

r

o

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tu

(b) A shaft is made of steel ultimate tensile strength 700 MPa and yield point 420

MPa is subjected to a torque varying from 200N m anti-clockwise to 600 N m

clockwise. Calculate the diameter of the shaft if the factor of safety is 2 and

it is based on the yield point and the endurance strength in shear.

[6+10]

j. n

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w

(b) A semi- elliptical laminated spring is to carry a load of 3000N and consists

of seven leaves 60mm wide, two of the leaves extending the full length of the

spring. The spring is to be 1.1m long and is to be attached to the axle by

two U-bolts 75mm apart. The leaves are to be made of silica manganese steel.

Assuming an allowable stress of 350N/mm2 . Determine the thickness for the

leaves and the deflection. Draw to half or quarter full size the elevation and

plan of the spring.

[4+12]

(b) A shaft is transmitting 97.5 kW at 180 rpm. If the allowable shear stress in

the material is 60 Mpa, find the suitable diameter for the shaft. The shaft is

not to twist more than 1o in a length of 3 meters. Take G=80 Gpa. [6+10]

5. (a) Differentiate between the eye end and fork end of a knuckle joint.

(b) A gear is fastened by means of sunk keys to the shaft, subjected to torsion

only.

i. Find the ratio of sectional areas of the shaft and key, for equality of

Strength of the key and shaft.

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Set No. 2

ii. Find the length of the key of 20mm width on 70mm dia shaft. The

Permissible shear stresses for the key and shaft materials are 50 and 60Mpa

respectively.

[4+12]

6. Two shafts are connected by a flanged coupling. The flanges are fitted with 6 bolts

on 125mm bolt circle. The shafts transmit a torque of 800N-m at 350 rpm. For

the safe stresses mentioned below. Calculate

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

Safe

Safe

Safe

Safe

thickness of flanges

diameter of bolts

Key dimensions

hub length

power transmitted.

m

o

stress for bolt material =56MPa

stress for cast iron coupling =10MPa

stress for key material =46MPa.

r

o

c

.

ld

[16]

7. (a) A shaft is required to transmit 1 MW power at 240 r.p.m. The shaft must not

twist more than one degree on a length of 15m diameter. If the modulus of

rigidity for material of the shaft is 80GPa, find the diameter of the shaft and

shear stress induced.

(b) A shaft rotating at 200 rpm is to transmit 150 kW. The simply supported

length of the shaft is 5m. It carries two pulleys each weighing 2000N supported

at a distance of 0.75m from the ends respectively. The allowable shear stress

of the shaft material is 55 N/mm2 . Determine the diameter of the shaft.[8+8]

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j. n

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8. Figure2. Shows a welded joint subjected to an eccentric load of 20 KN. The welding

is only on one side. Determine the uniform size of the weld on the entire length of

two legs. Take permissible shear stress for the weld material as 80 MPa.

[16]

Figure 2

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2

R05

Set No. 4

DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS-I

Common to Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

1. (a) What are the assumptions made in deriving torsion equation.

(b) A shaft is transmitting 97.5 kW at 180 rpm. If the allowable shear stress in

the material is 60 Mpa, find the suitable diameter for the shaft. The shaft is

not to twist more than 1o in a length of 3 meters. Take G=80 Gpa. [6+10]

m

o

c

.

ld

i. Drilled holes

ii. Using large fillet radius

iii. Added grooves

r

o

(b) A shaft is made of steel ultimate tensile strength 700 MPa and yield point 420

MPa is subjected to a torque varying from 200N m anti-clockwise to 600 N m

clockwise. Calculate the diameter of the shaft if the factor of safety is 2 and

it is based on the yield point and the endurance strength in shear.

[6+10]

w

tu

j. n

3. Two shafts are connected by a flanged coupling. The flanges are fitted with 6 bolts

on 125mm bolt circle. The shafts transmit a torque of 800N-m at 350 rpm. For

the safe stresses mentioned below. Calculate

w

w

(c) Key dimensions

(d) hub length

(e) power transmitted.

Safe

Safe

Safe

Safe

stress for bolt material =56MPa

stress for cast iron coupling =10MPa

stress for key material =46MPa.

[16]

of 1.5 N/m.m2 . The cylinder cover is connected by means of eight bolts having

yield strength of 350N/m.m2 and endurance limit of 250N/m.m2 . The bolts are

tightened with an initial pre load of 1.5 times that of steam force. A soft copper

gasket is used to make a leak proof joint. The stress concentration factor is 2.8.

Determine the size of the bolts.

[16]

R05

Set No. 4

5. Figure2. Shows a welded joint subjected to an eccentric load of 20 KN. The welding

is only on one side. Determine the uniform size of the weld on the entire length of

two legs. Take permissible shear stress for the weld material as 80 MPa.

[16]

m

o

Figure 2

c

.

ld

r

o

6. (a) Differentiate between the eye end and fork end of a knuckle joint.

(b) A gear is fastened by means of sunk keys to the shaft, subjected to torsion

only.

i. Find the ratio of sectional areas of the shaft and key, for equality of

Strength of the key and shaft.

ii. Find the length of the key of 20mm width on 70mm dia shaft. The

Permissible shear stresses for the key and shaft materials are 50 and 60Mpa

respectively.

[4+12]

w

tu

j. n

w

w

(b) A semi- elliptical laminated spring is to carry a load of 3000N and consists

of seven leaves 60mm wide, two of the leaves extending the full length of the

spring. The spring is to be 1.1m long and is to be attached to the axle by

two U-bolts 75mm apart. The leaves are to be made of silica manganese steel.

Assuming an allowable stress of 350N/mm2 . Determine the thickness for the

leaves and the deflection. Draw to half or quarter full size the elevation and

plan of the spring.

[4+12]

8. (a) A shaft is required to transmit 1 MW power at 240 r.p.m. The shaft must not

twist more than one degree on a length of 15m diameter. If the modulus of

rigidity for material of the shaft is 80GPa, find the diameter of the shaft and

shear stress induced.

(b) A shaft rotating at 200 rpm is to transmit 150 kW. The simply supported

length of the shaft is 5m. It carries two pulleys each weighing 2000N supported

at a distance of 0.75m from the ends respectively. The allowable shear stress

of the shaft material is 55 N/mm2 . Determine the diameter of the shaft.[8+8]

?????

4

R05

Set No. 1

DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS-I

Common to Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

1. (a) Explain the following methods of reducing stress concentration

i. Drilled holes

ii. Using large fillet radius

iii. Added grooves

m

o

c

.

ld

(b) A shaft is made of steel ultimate tensile strength 700 MPa and yield point 420

MPa is subjected to a torque varying from 200N m anti-clockwise to 600 N m

clockwise. Calculate the diameter of the shaft if the factor of safety is 2 and

it is based on the yield point and the endurance strength in shear.

[6+10]

r

o

2. (a) A shaft is required to transmit 1 MW power at 240 r.p.m. The shaft must not

twist more than one degree on a length of 15m diameter. If the modulus of

rigidity for material of the shaft is 80GPa, find the diameter of the shaft and

shear stress induced.

w

tu

j. n

(b) A shaft rotating at 200 rpm is to transmit 150 kW. The simply supported

length of the shaft is 5m. It carries two pulleys each weighing 2000N supported

at a distance of 0.75m from the ends respectively. The allowable shear stress

of the shaft material is 55 N/mm2 . Determine the diameter of the shaft.[8+8]

w

w

(b) A shaft is transmitting 97.5 kW at 180 rpm. If the allowable shear stress in

the material is 60 Mpa, find the suitable diameter for the shaft. The shaft is

not to twist more than 1o in a length of 3 meters. Take G=80 Gpa. [6+10]

(b) A semi- elliptical laminated spring is to carry a load of 3000N and consists

of seven leaves 60mm wide, two of the leaves extending the full length of the

spring. The spring is to be 1.1m long and is to be attached to the axle by

two U-bolts 75mm apart. The leaves are to be made of silica manganese steel.

Assuming an allowable stress of 350N/mm2 . Determine the thickness for the

leaves and the deflection. Draw to half or quarter full size the elevation and

plan of the spring.

[4+12]

5. Two shafts are connected by a flanged coupling. The flanges are fitted with 6 bolts

on 125mm bolt circle. The shafts transmit a torque of 800N-m at 350 rpm. For

the safe stresses mentioned below. Calculate

(a) thickness of flanges

5

R05

Set No. 1

(c) Key dimensions

(d) hub length

(e) power transmitted.

Safe

Safe

Safe

Safe

stress for bolt material =56MPa

stress for cast iron coupling =10MPa

stress for key material =46MPa.

[16]

6. (a) Differentiate between the eye end and fork end of a knuckle joint.

m

o

(b) A gear is fastened by means of sunk keys to the shaft, subjected to torsion

only.

c

.

ld

i. Find the ratio of sectional areas of the shaft and key, for equality of

Strength of the key and shaft.

ii. Find the length of the key of 20mm width on 70mm dia shaft. The

Permissible shear stresses for the key and shaft materials are 50 and 60Mpa

respectively.

[4+12]

r

o

w

tu

of 1.5 N/m.m2 . The cylinder cover is connected by means of eight bolts having

yield strength of 350N/m.m2 and endurance limit of 250N/m.m2 . The bolts are

tightened with an initial pre load of 1.5 times that of steam force. A soft copper

gasket is used to make a leak proof joint. The stress concentration factor is 2.8.

Determine the size of the bolts.

[16]

j. n

w

w

8. Figure2. Shows a welded joint subjected to an eccentric load of 20 KN. The welding

is only on one side. Determine the uniform size of the weld on the entire length of

two legs. Take permissible shear stress for the weld material as 80 MPa.

[16]

Figure 2

?????

R05

Set No. 3

DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS-I

Common to Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

1. (a) Differentiate between the eye end and fork end of a knuckle joint.

(b) A gear is fastened by means of sunk keys to the shaft, subjected to torsion

only.

m

o

i. Find the ratio of sectional areas of the shaft and key, for equality of

Strength of the key and shaft.

ii. Find the length of the key of 20mm width on 70mm dia shaft. The

Permissible shear stresses for the key and shaft materials are 50 and 60Mpa

respectively.

[4+12]

c

.

ld

r

o

2. Figure2. Shows a welded joint subjected to an eccentric load of 20 KN. The welding

is only on one side. Determine the uniform size of the weld on the entire length of

two legs. Take permissible shear stress for the weld material as 80 MPa.

[16]

w

tu

j. n

w

w

Figure 2

3. (a) What are the assumptions made in deriving torsion equation.

(b) A shaft is transmitting 97.5 kW at 180 rpm. If the allowable shear stress in

the material is 60 Mpa, find the suitable diameter for the shaft. The shaft is

not to twist more than 1o in a length of 3 meters. Take G=80 Gpa. [6+10]

4. Two shafts are connected by a flanged coupling. The flanges are fitted with 6 bolts

on 125mm bolt circle. The shafts transmit a torque of 800N-m at 350 rpm. For

the safe stresses mentioned below. Calculate

(a) thickness of flanges

7

R05

Set No. 3

(c) Key dimensions

(d) hub length

(e) power transmitted.

Safe

Safe

Safe

Safe

stress for bolt material =56MPa

stress for cast iron coupling =10MPa

stress for key material =46MPa.

[16]

m

o

(b) A semi- elliptical laminated spring is to carry a load of 3000N and consists

of seven leaves 60mm wide, two of the leaves extending the full length of the

spring. The spring is to be 1.1m long and is to be attached to the axle by

two U-bolts 75mm apart. The leaves are to be made of silica manganese steel.

Assuming an allowable stress of 350N/mm2 . Determine the thickness for the

leaves and the deflection. Draw to half or quarter full size the elevation and

plan of the spring.

[4+12]

c

.

ld

r

o

w

tu

i. Drilled holes

ii. Using large fillet radius

iii. Added grooves

j. n

MPa is subjected to a torque varying from 200N m anti-clockwise to 600 N m

clockwise. Calculate the diameter of the shaft if the factor of safety is 2 and

it is based on the yield point and the endurance strength in shear.

[6+10]

w

w

of 1.5 N/m.m2 . The cylinder cover is connected by means of eight bolts having

yield strength of 350N/m.m2 and endurance limit of 250N/m.m2 . The bolts are

tightened with an initial pre load of 1.5 times that of steam force. A soft copper

gasket is used to make a leak proof joint. The stress concentration factor is 2.8.

Determine the size of the bolts.

[16]

8. (a) A shaft is required to transmit 1 MW power at 240 r.p.m. The shaft must not

twist more than one degree on a length of 15m diameter. If the modulus of

rigidity for material of the shaft is 80GPa, find the diameter of the shaft and

shear stress induced.

(b) A shaft rotating at 200 rpm is to transmit 150 kW. The simply supported

length of the shaft is 5m. It carries two pulleys each weighing 2000N supported

at a distance of 0.75m from the ends respectively. The allowable shear stress

of the shaft material is 55 N/mm2 . Determine the diameter of the shaft.[8+8]

?????

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