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reduced from 4.00 in. to 3.00 in. Determine the maximum shear stress in the fillet when the shaft is

transmitting a torque of 4,000 lb-ft.

Solution

Fillet: From Fig. 6.17b:

D 4.0 in.

r 0.15 in.

=

= 1.33

=

= 0.05

d 3.0 in.

d 3.0 in.

K t 2.0

Section Properties:

Ip =

32

D4 =

32

TR

(4, 000 lb-ft)(3.00 in./2)(12 in./ft)

= Kt

= (2.0)

= 18,108 psi = 18.11 ksi

Ip

7.952156 in.4

Ans.

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6.95 A fillet with a radius of 12 mm is used at the junction in a stepped shaft where the diameter is

reduced from 135 mm to 100 mm. Determine the maximum shear stress in the fillet when the shaft is

transmitting a torque of 10 kN-m.

Solution

Fillet: From Fig. 6.17b:

D 135 mm

r 12 mm

=

= 1.35

=

= 0.12 K t 1.6

d 100 mm

d 100 mm

Section Properties:

Ip =

32

D4 =

32

TR

(10 kN-m)(100 mm/2)(1,000 N/kN)(1,000 mm/m)

= Kt

= (1.6)

= 81.5 MPa

Ip

9,817, 477 mm 4

Ans.

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6.96 A fillet with a radius of 1/8 in. is used at the junction in a stepped shaft where the diameter is

reduced from 8.00 in. to 6.00 in. Determine the maximum torque that the shaft can transmit if the

maximum shear stress in the fillet must be limited to 12 ksi.

Solution

Fillet: From Fig. 6.17b:

D 8.0 in.

r 0.125 in.

=

= 1.33

=

= 0.021

d 6.0 in.

d

6.0 in.

K t 2.6

Section Properties:

Ip =

32

D4 =

32

Maximum Torque:

TR

= Kt

Ip

T =

Ip

Kt R

= 195.7 kip-in.

(2.6)(6.00 in./2)

Ans.

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6.97 A stepped shaft has a 5-in. diameter for one-half of its length and a 4-in. diameter for the other half.

If the maximum shear stress in the fillet between the two portions of the shaft must be limited to 12 ksi

when the maximum shear stress in the 4-in. portion is 8 ksi, determine the minimum radius needed at the

junction between the two portions of the shaft.

Solution

Section Properties:

Ip =

32

D4 =

32

12 ksi

K t = fillet =

= 1.50

shaft 8 ksi

D 5.0 in.

=

= 1.25

d 4.0 in.

r

0.135

d

Minimum Fillet Radius:

r

r = d = (0.135)(4.0 in.) = 0.54 in.

d

Ans.

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6.98 The small portion of a stepped shaft has a diameter of 50 mm. The radius of the fillet at the junction

between the large and small portions is 4.5 mm. If the maximum shear stress in the fillet between the

two portions of the shaft must be limited to 40 MPa when the shaft is transmitting a torque of 614 N-m,

determine the maximum diameter that can be used for the large portion of the shaft.

Solution

Section Properties:

Ip =

32

D4 =

32

TR (614 N-m)(50 mm/2)(1,000 mm/m)

=

=

= 25.017 MPa

Ip

613,592 mm 4

Fillet Requirement: From Fig. 6.17b:

40 MPa

K t = fillet =

= 1.60

shaft 25.017 MPa

r 4.5 mm

=

= 0.09

d 50 mm

D

1.20

d

Maximum Shaft Diameter:

D

Dmax = d = (1.20)(50 mm) = 60.0 mm

d

Ans

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6.99 A 2-in.-diameter shaft contains a -in.-deep U-shaped groove that has a -in. radius at the bottom

of the groove. The shaft must transmit a torque of T = 500 lb-in. If a factor of safety of 3.0 with respect

to yield is specified, determine the minimum yield strength in shear required for the shaft material.

Solution

Groove: From Fig. 6.17a:

h 0.5 in.

r

0.25 in.

=

= 2.00

=

= 0.25

r 0.25 in.

d 2.0 in. 2(0.5 in.)

K t 1.75

Section Properties:

Ip =

32

D4 =

32

TR

(500 lb-in.)(1.00 in./2)

shaft = K t

= (1.75)

= 4, 456 psi

Ip

0.098175 in.4

Minimum Required Yield Strength:

y ,min = FS shaft = (3.0)(4, 456 psi) = 13,369 psi = 13.37 ksi

Ans.

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6.100 A semicircular groove with a 5-mm radius is required in a 110-mm-diameter shaft. If the

maximum allowable shear stress in the shaft must be limited to 60 MPa, determine the maximum torque

that can be transmitted by the shaft.

Solution

Groove: From Fig. 6.17a:

h 5 mm

r

5 mm

=

= 1.00

=

= 0.05

r 5 mm

d 110 mm 2(5 mm)

K t 1.85

Section Properties:

Ip =

32

D4 =

32

Maximum Torque:

TR

= Kt

Ip

T =

Ip

Kt R

= 6,368, 093 N-mm = 6.37 kN-m

(1.85)(100 mm/2)

Ans.

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