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DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENT - I

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2) Draw neat labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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Q1) a) State any eight factors deciding the magnitude of factor of safety. [4]
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b) Figure 1 shows a C clamp which carries a load P of 25 kN. The cross


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400 N/mm2) and the factor of safety is 4. Determine the cross section of
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Q2) A bell crank level is subjected to a force of 7.5kN at the short arm end. The
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lengths of the short and long arms are 100 and 500 mm respectively. The arms
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safety is 5. The permissible bearing pressure on the pin is 10N/mm2. The

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lever has rectangular cross-section and the ratio of width to thickness is 4:1.

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The length to diameter ratio of the fulcrum is 1.5:1 calculate,

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i) Diameter and length of the fulcrum pin

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Q3) a) Explain shaft design on the basis of torsional rigidity derive the
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b) A standard splined connection 8×36×40 is used for a gear and shaft

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assembly rotating at 700 rpm. The dimensions of the spline are as
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Number of splines = 08.
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splines is limited to 6.5 N/mm2. Calculate the power that can be transmitted
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Q4) a) Differentiate between rigid and flexible couplings. [4]


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v) Coefficient of Friction = 0.15


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Q5) a) State endurance limit modifying factors. Explain any two in detail. [4]

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b) A forged steel bar, 50mm in diameter is subjected to a reversed Bending
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the bar is 275 N/mm2. Calculate the fatigue strength of the bar for a life of

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90000 cycles. [6]
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