Modern materials and manufacturing processes
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10 Dec 2005 21:14 PST
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A shaft taken from a mill transfer chain that was frequently overloaded,cause the shaft to fail by torsion shear. What type of replacement shaft will solve the problem? What different mechanical properties must it posses so it will not again fail by torsion shear?
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Re: Modern materials and manufacturing processes
From: fubini-ga on 13 Dec 2005 09:28 PST
Find a new shaft that has a high enough ultimate strength to withstand the forces you're putting on it? By torsion shear do you mean a fracture that's perpendicular to the surface that was under pressure?
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