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A control arm is keyed to a 1-in. -diameter shaft and a link transmits a 40 lb force to the end of the arm, as shown. The key is

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- Solve the preceding problem if F =90 mm, F = 42 kN, and t = 40°MPa
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*arrow_forward*‘7.3-11 The stresses on an element are sx= -300 psi and sy= 600 psi. Find the maximum shear stresses on the element and show them on a sketch of a properly oriented clement.*arrow_forward*The halves of the coupling are held together by four 5/8-in.-diameter bolts. The working stresses are 12 ksi for shear in the bolts and 15 ksi for bearing in the coupling. Find the largest torque T that can be safely transmitted by the coupling. Assume that the forces in the bolts have equal magnitudes. 0.5 in. 3.5 in.*arrow_forward* - please explain it in detail
*arrow_forward*One-half length of 50 mm diameter steel rod is solid while the remaining half is hollow having a bore of 5 mm. The rod is subjected to equal and opposite torque at its ends. If the maximum shear stress in solid portion is T, the maximum shear stress in the hollow portion is*arrow_forward*A spring sustains 200 ft-lb of energy with a deflection of 3’’. Assume that the mean coil diameter is 7 times the wire diameter and that the allowable stress is 100ksi. Determine the wire diameter.*arrow_forward* - An aluminum alloy cylindrical roller with diameter 1.25 in and length 2 in rolls on the inside of a cast-iron ring having an inside radius of 6 in, which is 2 in thick. Find the maximum contact force F that can be used if the shear stress is not to exceed 4000 psi.
*arrow_forward*The cylinder for a hydraulic press has an inside diameter of 300 mm and an outside radius of 260 mm. Find the maximum shear stress in the cylinder for an internal pressure of 221 MPa.*arrow_forward*A simplified diagram of a racing cars suspension and wheel is used to design the bars and pins. The force that the suspension must withstand can be considered to be a vertical force, F = 1.5 kN, acting vertically upwards at B. Calculate the minimum radius of the bars AB and BC if the maximum allowable stress oalow= 80 MPa. Also, calculate the minimum radius of the pin at A if this pin is in Double Shear and the maximum allowable shear stress Tallow = 50 MPa 25° A B Wheel*arrow_forward*

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- Mechanics of Materials (MindTap Course List)Mechanical EngineeringISBN:9781337093347Author:Barry J. Goodno, James M. GerePublisher:Cengage Learning