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Stress Concentration Factors of Stepped-Shaft of Circular-to-Square Cross Section under Pure Bending

Lubis, Asnawi and Akmal, Jamiatul (2006) Stress Concentration Factors of Stepped-Shaft of Circular-to-Square Cross Section under Pure Bending. In: Seminar Nasional Tahunan Teknik Mesin (SNTTM) ke-5, 21 - 23 November 2006, Universitas Indonesia, Depok.

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    Shaft is a machine element whose main function for power transmission. Shaft is often needed in stepped-form (change in cross-section). For a non smooth shaft (stepped shaft), the elementary stress equations are no longer hold for calculating the actual stress as the stress would be higher than the nominal stress. To relate the maximum stress at the discontinuity with the nominal stress calculated using the elementary stress equation, a factor is needed which is called stress concentration factors (SCF). This paper presents a graph for design purpose of stress concentration factors of stepped-shaft of circular-to-square cross section under pure bending. The graph was derived from an extensive linear finite element parametric study and presented in line of the well-known Peterson's graph for stepped shaft of uniform circular cross-section. Finite element parametric study was carried out for every combination of diameter to diagonal ratio, D/d, and radius of fillet to diagonal ratio, r/d. For geometry with particular D/d value, six analyses were done by varying the r/d ratio. Stress distribution shows that maximum axial (bending) stress located at the root of the square, exactly at the corner. In general, graphical design similar to the well-known Peterson's graph was produced, but with small range of parameter because of geometry restriction.

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Subjects: T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
    Divisions: Fakultas Teknik > S1 Teknik Mesin
    Depositing User: Fakultas Teknik Mesin
    Date Deposited: 30 May 2013 12:57
    Last Modified: 30 May 2013 12:57

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