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Force Calculation

02/17/2008 11:48 PM

hi good morning.

As I want to couple two shafts with threads like pipe connections with union.

so how to calculate the force (i.e. load) that can be withstand or transfer by this joint?

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Arasakumar.T

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Re: Force Calculation

02/18/2008 8:59 AM

What are the materials?

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02/18/2008 5:50 PM

Even if you know the stuff you need the torque to be transmitted as a guide for the feasabilty analysis.

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02/20/2008 3:08 AM

Any two similar materials.

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02/19/2008 12:34 AM

Why calculate? Is it too expensive to simply measure it? If not, you would have had your answer by now.

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02/19/2008 7:28 AM

In general computing is a LOT less expensive than a test, but of course one should know how to compute.

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02/20/2008 3:23 AM

Can be - which is why I asked. So your answer to the question is to "compute it"?

"so how to calculate the force (i.e. load) that can be withstand or transfer by this joint?"

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02/20/2008 5:48 AM

I know how to compute it but the information is not covering all aspects required for a model for computation.

More inputs are required:

mainly a sketch of the connection to have all details of the principle since a literary explanation can be interpreted in several ways. A sketch or a drawing is always better as explanation.

If this will be send then i can see if the principle is correct and indicate how it could be calculated.

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02/22/2008 3:29 AM

k i will sent it for your referance.

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02/22/2008 3:28 AM

yes, i want to compute variour loads acting on it.

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