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Dr P R Venkatesh

Associate Professor

Mechanical Dept

RVCE, Bangalore-560059

Bangalore

UNIT 5

Torsion

equation, Torsional rigidity and modulus of

& hollow circular shafts, Numerical problems

Bangalore

Introduction

Power

is

generally

transmitted

through

straight bar of circular cross section.

Torsion, which is nothing but two equal & opposite

If Torsion is not accompanied by other forces such

to Pure Torsion.

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

Shafts

Bangalore

Bangalore

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

The shaft material is perfectly elastic,

homogeneous & isotropic.

Normal cross sections of the shaft remain plane

& do not warp under the influence of torque.

Circular sections remain circular & hence the

radii are straight and perpendicular to axis of

shaft.

The twist along the length of the shaft is

uniform.

The material of the shaft obeys Hookes law.

Torsion Equation

T G

To derive = =

J R

L

J = Polar Moment of Inertia of cross section of shaft about the

longitudinal axis of the shaft =(Ixx +Iyy) = (pd4/64+ pd4/64)

Hence J =pd4/32 or pR4/2 (mm4) (Perpendicular axis theorem)

t = Shear Stress developed at any radius of the shaft section

(N/mm2)

R = Radius of the shaft

G = Rigidity Modulus or Shear modulus of the material of the

shaft (N/mm2)

q = Angle of twist in radians

L= Length of the shaft, mm

at one end & subjected to torque T at the free end of the

shaft.

Let a fiber AB gets twisted and occupy new position AB

such that Lf = Rq where q (in radians) is the included angle

between B & B at the center of the section.

B

B'

B

B'

B

B'

B'

Rq

Rq

As Lf = Rq , f =

Shear strain in the fiber = tanf f

L

L

t

t

Also, from Hooke's law, G =

f = where t = shear stress induced

f

G

Rq t

t Gq

Equating the RHS of above two equations,

or

=

L G

R

L

(i)

dr

r

If t is the shear stress at the outer radius R, shear stress at a distance r

r

is t r = t Tangential force on the elemental area dF = t r dA

R

But the area of elemental ring dA 2p r.dr

r

t

dF = t ( 2p r .dr 2p r 2 .dr

R

R

r

Torque at radius r due to force dF = dF r = t ( 2p r 3 .dr

R

Integrating the elemental torque over the area of the element, we get the

R

4

t

R

t

3

Total torque acting on the shaft T = 2p r .dr 2p

R 0

R 4

4

p R4

t pR

T

=J, polar moment of inertia of shaft.

But

2

R 2

T

T Gq

=

(ii) From (i) & (ii), = =

Torsion equation

J R

J R

L

Note:

1. Design of a shaft dimension considering the first two terms of the torsion

equation is known as strength based design, as it involves the shear stress

induced in the shaft.

2. Design of a shaft dimension considering the first & the last terms of the torsion

equation is known as rigidity based design as it involves the angular twist.

3. The diameter of the shaft may be determined using both the criteria, & the

higher of the two values is considered as the safe value of diameter.

Polar moment of inertia is defined as the moment of inertia about the

axis of the shaft & by perpendicular axis theorem, it is the sum of MOI

about X - X & Y -Y axis of the cross section.

Axis of shaft

pd4

pd4

d 4

J I xx I yy

64

64

32

Also as d 2 R, J

p (2 R) 4

32

R 4

p (d 04 di4 ) p d 04 (1 K 4 )

32

32

di

where K

(< 1) is the ratio of diameters

d0

di

do

Polar modulus

Polar modulus of a shaft is the ratio of polar moment

of inertia of the cross section of the beam about the

longitudinal axis to the radius of the shaft.

More the polar modulus, more will be the torque

J

For a solid shaft, Polar modulus Z P =

R

pd4

J

For a hollow shaft, Polar modulus Z P =

R

32

pd3

16

2

p (d o4 di4 )

do

mm3

3

4

32 p d o (1 K ) mm3

16

Torsional Strength

Torsional strength is defined as the torque per unit

maximum shear stress. Based on this, the maximum

shear stress (induced on the outer surface)should not

exceed the allowable value.

T t Gq

From Torsion equation,

J r

l

pd4

3

T J

p

d

32

Z p Polar modulus

d

t r

16

2

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

Torsional Rigidity

Torsional strength is defined as the torque required to

produce unit angle of twist in a specified length of the

T

GJ

Torsional rigidity (TR) = =

q

L

G pd4

For a solid shaft TRsolid =

and

L 32

For a hollow shaft TRhollow

G p (d 04 di4 ) G p d 04 (1 K 4 )

=

L

32

L

32

Bangalore

Problem 1

The shaft must not twist more than 10 over a length

material is 80 KN/mm2, find the diameter of the

shaft and shear stress induced.

Bangalore

Data :

p

P 1 MW 1000 KW , N 240 rpm , q 1 1

rad

180

L 15d , G 80 103 N / mm 2 , d = ?, t = ?

0

60 106 P

The torque transmitted by a shaft ; T

= N - mm,

2p N

60 106 1000

6

T

39.79 10 N - mm

2 p 240

As only angle of twist is given, diameter of shaft

may be found using rigidity criterion.

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

T Gq

(i) Diameter based on rigidity : Torsion equation is ,

=

J

L

39.79 106 32 80 103 1 p

3

6

i.e.

4.357

10

4

p d

15 d 180

Diameter of the solid shaft d = 165 mm

(ii) Shear stress induced in the shaft :

T t

From Torsion equation,

J R

d

T

TR

16T

2

Shear stress t

4

pd

J

pd3

32

16 39.792106

i.e.t =

= 45.11 MPa

3

165

Bangalore

Problem 2

Max torque is 20% more than the mean torque.

65 Mpa and modulus of rigidity 81 GPa. Angle of

twist in the shaft should not exceed 10 per meter

shaft.

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

Data :

p

P 30 KW , N 500 rpm , Tmax 1.2 Tmean , q 10 1

rad

180

L 1 m 1000 mm , G 81 103 N / mm 2 , t 65 MPa, d = ?

Solution : When P is in KW,

60 106 30

The torque transmitted by a shaft ; T

= 573 103 N - mm

2p 500

Tmax 1.2Tmean 1.2 573 103 687.6 10 3 N - mm

As both shear stress & the angle of twist are given, diameter of shaft

may be found using strength & rigidity criterion, & the higher value

is selected as the safe diameter.

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

T Gq

(i) Diameter based on rigidity : Torsion equation is ,

=

J

L

687.6 103 32 81 103 1 p

4

6

i.e.

4.954

10

4

p d

1000 180

Diameter of the solid shaft d = 47.2 48 mm

T t

(ii) Diameter based strength : From Torsion equation,

J R

d

T

TR

16T

16T

3

2

Shear stress t

or d

4

3

pd

J

pd

pt

32

16687.6.10 3

d =

= 37.77 38 mm

65

Dr P R Venkatesh,

RVCE,

Selecting the higher value

, dBangalore

=Mech

48Dept,mm

Problem 3

A hollow

shaft material as 45 Mpa & the limiting angle of

twist as 1.50 in 2 meters length of shaft, determine

G=81 KN/mm2.

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

p

Data : T 2500 Nm 2.5 10 N mm, q 1.5 1.5

rad

180

6

di

L 2 m 2000 mm, G 8110 N / mm , t 45 MPa, K

0.8

d0

3

T Gq

(i) Diameter based on rigidity : Torsion equation is ,

=

J

L

For a hollow shaft, J

p (d 04 di4 )

p d 04 (1 K 4 )

64

64

2.5 106 32

81103 1.5 p

4

6

i.e.

40.68

10

0

p d 04 (1 0.84 )

2000

180

Inner diameter of the hollow shaft d i = 0.8 d 0 0.8 80 64 mm

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

T t

(ii) Diameter based strength : From Torsion equation,

J R

d0

T

TR

16T

16T

3

2

Shear stress t

or d 0

4

4

3

4

p d 0 (1 K ) p d 0 (1 K )

J

pt (1 K 4 )

32

1

16 2.510 3

Outside dia of shaft d 0 =

= 78.25 80 mm

4

45 (1 0.8 )

6

Here,both the criteria have given almost same diameter values.

Hence, d 0 = 80 mm & d i = 64 mm.

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

Problem 4

Determine the diameter of a solid circular shaft to

transmit 192 KW at 450 rpm. Allowable shear stress

my be taken as 70 MPa.

If the solid shaft is replaced by a hollow shaft of same

material & length, whose diameter ratio is 0.8, find the

percentage reduction in weight achieved and the ratio

of torsional stiffness of hollow & solid shafts.

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

di

k

0.8

do

Solution :

(i) Diameter of the Solid shaft : when P is in KW,

60 106 P

The torque transmitted by a shaft ; T

N - mm

N

60 106 192

T

4.074 10 6 N - mm

2 p 450

1

3

1

3

16

T

16

4.074

10

d = 66.7 68 mm

p 70

pt

Bangalore

1

3

1

3

16 4.074 106

16T

1

1

do

d o 80 mm

4

4

p 70

(1 0.8 )

pt (1 K )

d i = K d o = 0.8 80 = 64 mm

Ws Wh

(iii) % Saving in weight =

100, where

Ws

Ws Weight of solid shaft =(C / s area ) length specific weight

Ws

d 2 l

4

Wh Weight of hollow shaft =(C / s area ) length specific weight

Wh

p

4

d o2 (1 K 2 ) l

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

d 2 d o2 (1 K 2 )

% saving in weight

100

2

d

100 50%

2

68

T

GJ

Torsional rigidity (TR) = =

q

L

G pd4

For a solid shaft TRsolid =

&

L 32

for a hollow shaft TRhollow

G p (d 04 di4 ) G p d 04 (1 K 4 )

=

L

32

L

32

(TR ) hollow d 04 (1 K 4 ) 804 (1 0.84 )

1.13

4

4

(TR) solid

d

68

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

Problem 5

stiffer than a solid shaft which is of same material,

Data :

Let 'd ' be the diameter of solid shaft

di

K

be the ratio of diameters for hollow shaft

do

G Rigidity modulus of the material (same for solid & hollow shafts)

L = Length of shaft (same for solid & hollow shafts)

Specific weight of shaft material (same for solid & hollow shafts)

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

Ws Weight of solid shaft =(C / s area ) length specific weight

Ws

d 2 L

4

Wh Weight of hollow shaft =(C / s area ) length specific weight

Wh

d o2 (1 K 2 ) L

4

Given the weights are equal,i.e.W s = Wh

d 2 d o2 (1 K 2 ) d = d o 1 - K 2

Hence d 3 = d o3 (1 - K 2 ) 1 - K 2

(i)

(ii)

Bangalore

Torsional strength =

pd4

T t Gq

T J

J r

l

t r

32 p d Z

For a solid shaft,(TS) s

ps

d

t

16

2

p d o4 (1 K 4 )

p d o3 (1 K 4 )

T

32

For a hollow shaft, (TS) h

Z ph

d

t

16

0

2

where Z ps & Z ph are the Polar moduli of solid & hollow shafts.

T

(TS) h Z ph d o3 (1 K 4 )

(TS) s Z ps

d3

Putting (1 K 4 ) (1 K 2 )(1 K 2 ) & d 3 d o3 (1 K 2 ) 1 K 2 from eqn (ii),

(TS) h d o3 (1 K 2 )(1 K 2 ) (1 + K 2 )

> 1 (as K 1)

3

2

2

2

(TS) s d o (1 K ) 1 K

1- K

Hence a hollow shaft is stronger than a solid shaft of same

weight, material & length.

Bangalore

T

GJ

Torsional rigidity (TR) = =

q

L

G pd4

For a solid shaft TRsolid =

&

L 32

for a hollow shaft TRhollow

G p (d 04 di4 ) G p d 04 (1 K 4 )

=

L

32

L

32

(TR ) hollow d 04 (1 K 4 ) d 04 (1 K 2 )(1 K 2 )

4

(TR ) solid

d

d4

From Eqn (i ) ( same weight condition ), d d o 1- K 2 d 4 d 04 (1 K 2 ) 2

(TR ) hollow d 04 (1 K 2 )(1 k 2 ) (1 + K 2 )

4

2 2

2

(TR ) solid

d 0 (1 K )

(1 - K )

Hence a hollow shaft is stiffer than a solid shaft of same

weight, material & length.

Bangalore

Problem 6

Compare the weight, strength & stiffness a hollow shaft with

outside diameter. Take the diameter ratio for hollow shaft as

2.

Data :

Let 'd ' be the diameter of solid shaft

di

K

be the ratio of diameters for hollow shaft

do

G Rigidity modulus of the material (same for solid & hollow shafts)

L = Length of shaft (same for solid & hollow shafts)

Specific weight of shaft material (same for solid & hollow shafts)

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

Ws Weight of solid shaft =(C / s area ) length specific weight

Ws

d 2 L

4

Wh Weight of hollow shaft =(C / s area ) length specific weight

Wh

d o2 (1 K 2 ) L

4

Weight of hollow shaft Wh d o2 (1 K 2 )

d2

Wh

Given the outside dia are equal,i.e. d = d o ,

(1 K 2 )

Ws

1

As it is given that diameter ratio 2, K 0.5

2

Wh

(1 K 2 ) (1 0.52 ) = 0.75

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Ws

Bangalore

J

T pd3

Torsional strength . For a solid shaft,

Z ps

t r

t

16

T p d o3 (1 K 4 )

For a hollow shaft, (TS) h

Z ph

t

16

where Z ps & Z ph are the Polar moduli of solid & hollow shafts.

T

(TS) h Z ph d o3 (1 K 4 )

(TS) h

4

Given

d

d

,

(1

0.5

) 0.9375

o

3

(TS) s Z ps

d

(TS) s

T

GJ

Comparison of Torsional rigidity : Torsional rigidity (TR) = =

q

L

G pd4

For a solid shaft TRsolid =

&

L 32

for a hollow shaft TRhollow

G p d 04 (1 K 4 )

L

32

(TR) hollow d 04 (1 K 4 )

(TR ) hollow

4

Given

d

d

,

(1

0.5

) 0.9375

o

4

(TR ) solid

d

(TR ) solid

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

Problem 7

at 210 rpm such that the maximum shear stress

external diameter is equal to 3/4, and the value of

rigidity modulus is 84 GPa, determine the

length of 3m.

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

Data :

P 60 KW , N 210 rpm , Tmax

di 3

1.2 Tmean ,

= = 0.75

d0 4

Solution : When P is in KW, The torque transmitted by a shaft ;

60 106 60

T

= 2.73 106 N - mm

2p 210

As only shear stress diameter of shaft is given, the diameter may

be found using strength criterion, & the angle of twist be found

by using rigidity criterion.

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

T t

Diameter based on rigidity : Torsion equation is ,

=

J R

d0

T

TR

16T

16T

3

2

Shear stress t

or d 0

4

4

3

4

p d 0 (1 K ) p d 0 (1 K )

J

pt (1 K 4 )

32

1

16 2.7310 3

d0 =

= 70 mm & d i 0.75 70 52.5 mm

4

60 (1 0.75 )

6

T Gq

Angle of twist : Torsion equation is ,

=

J

L

2.73 106 32

84 103 q

, q 0.0605 rad

4

4

p 70 (1 0.75 )

3000

180

0

Angle of twist in degrees 0.0605

=

3

.47

p

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech

Dept,

RVCE,

Bangalore

Problem 8

hollow shaft and a solid shaft when both have

the solid shaft is 150 mm & the external diameter

of hollow shaft is 250 mm.

Bangalore

Equating the weights of solid & hollow shafts;

Ws Wh i.e.

d L

2

(d o2 d i2 ) L

4

4

As the material & length is same, d 2 ( d o2 di2 )

Ratio of power transmitted by solid & hollow shafts;

4

4

p

(

d

d

2

p

NT

0

i )

h

t

4

4

Ph 60 Th 16d 0

(

d

0

i )

3

3

Ps 2p NTs Ts

d d0

pd

60

16

Ph (2504 200 4 )

= 2.73

3

Ps

150 250 Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

Problem 9

hollow shaft having same length to transmit a

for shafts is same. The inside diameter of hollow

shaft is 0.6 times the outer diameter.

Bangalore

d o2 (1 K 2 ) L

Wh 4

d o2 (1 K 2 ) d o2 (1 0.6 2 ) 0.64d o2

2

2

2

p 2

Ws

d

d

d

d L

4

(a) Using torsional strength criterion :

(i)

i.e.

p d 3 t

16

p d o3 (1 K 4 ) t

16

Wh 0.64d o2

0.64d o2

0.64 d o2

Substituting in (i),

0.702

2

2

2

Ws

d

(0.955d 0 )

0.912d o

(b) Using torsional rigidity criterio n :

For same power & rpm, torque transmitted is same,i.e. Ts Th

G p d 4 G p d o4 (1 K 4 )

4

4

4

4

d

(1

0.6

)

0.87

d

o

o d = 0.966 d 0

L 32 L

32

Wh 0.64d o2

0.64d o2

0.64 d o2

Substituting in (i),

0.686

2

2

2

Ws

d

(0.966d 0 )

0.933d o

Dr P R Venkatesh, Mech Dept, RVCE,

Bangalore

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