## User: sesha321

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... 1) stress induced in a shaft ---------------------------- 1)shear stress due to torque, i.e, due to a torsional load. 2) Bending stress due to the forces acting upon machined elements like gears, pulleys etc, as well as due to the weight of the shat itself 3) Stress due to combined torsional be ...
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... A C- clamp is subjected to a clamping force of $4 \ kN$. Maximum distance between jaws are $270 \ mm$. Distance between screw axis and inner edge of frame is $150 \ mm$ 1) Design the screw nut and frame with appropriate selection permissive stresses for them. 2) Check screw for the Buckling ![en ...
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... **1. Self-locking or overhauling of screw** $T =W\tan(\phi-\alpha).\frac{dm}{2}$ --------------(1) Where $T= \text{torque required to lower the screw}$ $\phi$ = angle of friction $\alpha$ = helix angle $W = \text{load to be lifted}$ $dm = \text{mean diameter}$ The torque required t ...
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Page: Theories of failure
... - Practically the mechanical components are subjected to several types of loads simultaneously. When the component is subjected to several types of loads, combined stresses are induced. - The design of machine parts subjected to these loads should be related to experimentally determined properties ...
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... A standard is set of specification, defined by a certain body or organisation, to which various characteristics of a component, a system, or a product should conform. The characteristics include: dimensions, shapes, tolerances, surface finish, materials, Method of packing and storing etc., In the ...
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Page: Modes of failure
... A mechanical component may fail i.e. it may be unable to perform its function satisfactorily, as a result of any one of the following three modes of failure: 1. Failure by elastic deflection. 2. Failure by Yielding 3. failure by Fracture **1. Failure by elastic deflection** - In applications ...
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... Forging is a deformation process in which a solid metal is forced under pressure to undergo extensive plastic deformation into finished or near-to-finished shape. The forging produces a fiber structure. The fiber lines of the forged parts can be arranged in required direction. Hence it improves the ...
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... **1. Avoid sharp corners:** Sharp corners are avoided to reduce the stress consideration. Give fillet wherever the sharp corners are present. ![enter image description here][6] (a) Poor ![enter image description here][7] (b) Good **2. Design parts to be compression than in tension** The cas ...
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... - The knowledge of manufacturing processes is of great importance for a design engineer. In product design, selection of materials and processing of materials into finished components are closely related to one another. - Process of integrating the design and manufacturing in the product design is ...
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