Register to reply

How to find the maximum rpm of the solid shaft that has a ring mounted on it?

by a.googoodolls
Tags: maximum, mounted, ring, shaft, solid
Share this thread:
a.googoodolls
#1
Jul27-11, 02:21 AM
P: 1
Hello,

I have to find the maximum rpm of the shaft that has ring mounted on the shaft with interference fit of 0.002". I want to know at what rpm the ring will come loose from the shaft?

and

If I run the shaft at 7000rpm at 400 degree Celsius, is the interference fit of 002" enough for the ring to hold on to the shaft? How can I find out if it is adequate or not?

Any suggestions will be appreciated.
Phys.Org News Partner Science news on Phys.org
Wildfires and other burns play bigger role in climate change, professor finds
SR Labs research to expose BadUSB next week in Vegas
New study advances 'DNA revolution,' tells butterflies' evolutionary history
Mech_Engineer
#2
Jul27-11, 08:26 AM
Sci Advisor
PF Gold
Mech_Engineer's Avatar
P: 2,241
Angular velocity will have no bearing on whether the collar will stay on the shaft. Differential thermal expansion could play a part though, if the two parts are made of different materials.


Register to reply

Related Discussions
Replacing a hollow shaft with a solid shaft Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework 3
Solid mechanics-how do i find the maximum momentum in this question? Introductory Physics Homework 0
Stress in a ring that is mounted on a solid shaft Mechanical Engineering 16
Stress due to rotation in a ring mounted on a shaft Classical Physics 4
Percentage saving in weight of Hollow Shaft vs Solid Shaft Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework 24