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Housing

Bearing

Date: 19/10/2010

TUTORIAL 1

TOLERANCES & FITS

Shaft

Problem 1

The shaft shown in Figure 1 is fitted by roller bearings. If, the close running fit H7/g6

is used with 40 mm basic size for accurate location at moderate speeds, answer the

following questions:

a)

b)

c)

d)

Sketch the dimensions of the fit showing the lower and upper limits of both

shaft and the hole. (Hint: Use the page in the formula sheet named Nominal

Solution

a)

The Basic Hole System BHS is based on the minimum hole diameter and the

(ITn) changes from 1 to 16. For general machining (ITn) usually changes between 5

and 11. On the other hand the Basic Shaft System BSS is based on the maximum shaft

diameter and the general form is **(ITn) / h (ITn) where ** changes between A to Z

f)

except I, L, O, Q, W.

g)

h)

Repeat the calculations using the distributed tables and compare the results.

i)

Consider that the specified fit is H7/j7. Repeat the calculations using the

e)

distributed tables.

j)

b)

Since the system used is basic hole system, the nominal diameter equals to

Sketch the dimensions of the fit showing the lower and upper limits of both

LLh

shaft and the hole for 55mm H8/m6, 40mm H7/r6, 45mm H7/n6, 30mm

D=40 mm

H7/j6.

2

K can be calculated as follows: Note that ITn for the hole is 7.

K = 10 (1.6)

( ITn IT 6)

= 10 (1.6)

7 6

40.025 mm

= 16

ULh

Th = K i

c)

Th = 1.58 16 = 25 m

Following the same procedure above, the tolerance of the shaft can be

H7 hole

Cmax

i = 0.45 3 D + 0.001D = 0.45 3 40 + 0.001 40 = 1.58 m

K = 10 (1.6)

( ITn IT 6)

= 10 (1.6)

66

= 10

40.000 mm

Cmin

Ts = K i

LLh

39.991 mm

Ts = 1.58 10 = 16 m

ULs

g6 shaft

d)

ULh = LLh + Th

39.975 mm

The tolerance for the shaft is found but the upper or lower limits cannot be specified

LLs

using the formulas. However, using the distributed sheets for a nominal dimension of

40 mm the fundamental deviation for g6 can be found as -9 m. The upper limit of the

e)

shaft can be calculated by adding (for letter codes c,d,f,g,h) the fundamental deviation

Cmin = LL h -ULs

(means either the lower or upper limit depending on the which is closer to the basic

Cmax = UL h -LLs

It is obvious from the calculations and the figure that the fit is a clearance fit.

Once the upper limit is found the lower limit can be found by subtracting the tolerance

value found to the LLs.

f)

Tolerance on the fit is the sum of the tolerances on the hole and the shaft.

Tfit = Th + Ts

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Tfit = 25 + 16 = 41 m

3

g)

interference for transition and interference fits. So as our fit is clearance fit:

LL s = 40 .000 0 .005 = 39 .995 mm

Allowance = C min = 9 m

h)

LL h = 40 .000 mm

By using the tables in the formula sheet, similar results can be found. It can

be seen that, for 40 mm nominal dimension the maximum clearance and maximum

seen in the figure that H7/g6 fit is clearance fit.

interference of the H7/g6 fit can be respectively specified as +50 and +9 directly from

Deviations for Tolerance Zones Table. Moreover, Nominal Dimensions, Tolerance

Symbols and Deviations Table should be checked to decide on the lower and upper

limits of the shaft and the hole. For 40 mm nominal dimension the lower and upper

limits of g6 are -25 and -9 respectively. Similarly these limits are 0 and +25 for H7 for

the same nominal dimension. Using these values gives same results to the ones

obtained before.

LL h = 40.000 mm

UL h = 40.000 + 0.025 = 40.025 mm

(Roller Bearing)

ULs = 40.000 0.009 = 39.991 mm

i)

Now, the specified fit is H7/j7. The deviation and tolerance values for j7 are

not available on the given tables. However, they still can be found. When the

Nominal Dimensions, Tolerance Symbols and Deviations Table is checked, it is

observed that the lower deviation values of js for nominal diameter of 40 mm is -5,

which implies that j7 will also have a deviation of -5. To find the tolerance, another

letter with IT number 7 can be looked at and it is observed that, for a nominal

diameter of 40 mm, all letters with IT 7 have a tolerance of 25 m. Therefore the

upper and lower limits of j7 can be found as -5 and +20 respectively. Then, the

dimensions for H7/j7 will be:

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j)

ULh

55.046 mm

ULs

45.033 mm

Cmax

55.030 mm

ULs

H8 hole

n6 shaft

45.025 mm

m6 shaft

55.011 mm

Imax

LLh

45.017 mm

H8 hole

LLs

45.000 mm

40.050 mm

Imax

Cmax

LLs

55.000 mm

ULh

LLh

Figure 6. 45mm H7/n6, transition fit

ULs

30.021 mm

LLs

30.009 mm

ULh

r6 shaft

40.034 mm

Imin

ULh

40.025 mm

H7 hole

40.000 mm

LLh

Imax

H7 hole

ULs

Cmax

Imax

j6 shaft

30.000 mm

LLh

29.996 mm

LLs

Figure 7. 30mm H7/j6, transition fit

Problem 2

For 50 mm nominal dimension, H7 has a deviation of 0 and tolerance of +25 m. So,

It is desired to fit a shaft in a coupling as shown in the Figure 8. The hole of coupling

is produced with high quality turning. The shaft should be fitted tightly. The nominal

diameter for the shaft and the coupling is specified as 50 mm. Select a fit for the

coupling shaft pair such that the minimum and the maximum interferences are 5 m

and 55 m respectively.

to have maximum interference less than 55m, the upper limit of the shaft should be

less than 50.055 mm. Similarly the lower limit of the shaft should be higher than

50.030 mm to have a minimum interference greater than 5 m. This can be transferred

into lower and upper deviations of shaft. The lower and upper deviations of the shaft

should lie between +30 and +55. When the Nominal Dimensions, Tolerance Symbols

Coupling

requirements. However, IT quality of 4 is used for extreme precision such as for

gages. Therefore, r6 is selected for the design.

Shaft 1

Shaft 2

So the selected fit is H7/r6 with the dimensions:

LL h = 50.000 mm

Solution

Since the coupling is produced with high quality turning, the IT quality number of the

hole is 7. You can check the other machining operations and the resulting IT quality

numbers using the table given on the last page of the tutorial. It is known that the shaft

should be produced with a finer or equal quality with the hole, so IT quality number

of the shaft should be 7 or lower than the hole.

50.050mm

ULs

r6 shaft

Selection of the designation system is a must. According to TS 2417, BSS should only

50.034mm

LLs

elements with different tolerances should be assembled to the same shaft that is drawn

Imin

50.025mm

Imax

ULh

H7 Hole

dimension controls.

So BHS is decided upon. For IT quality of 7 use H7. Now the tables should be

50.000mm

LLh

checked to satisfy the maximum and minimum interference values for the given

nominal dimension.

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Other alternatives which are not available in the tables can be found using the same

web page.)

TOLERANCE

IT QUALITY

APPLICATION, PROCESS

(m)

1-2

2-3

3-5

4-10

boring, fine grinding

5-12

6-20

12-35

14-50

30-80

10

50-100

11

70-140

12

120-240

13

150-500

14

250-1000

15

Stamping

400-1400

16

500-2000

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