Hello All,
I posted this same question to the classical physics forum - but I'm reckoning it's more ideally suited for a Mechanical Engineer:
I'm currently working through a scenario in which the following occurs:
An object of mass M1 (kg) approaches a rotating wheel at a speed of S1...
Hello All,
I'm currently working through a scenario in which the following occurs :
An object of mass M1 (kg) approaches a rotating wheel at a speed of S1 (m/s) along a belt
The belt is at an angle Th1 (degrees) to the horizontal axis
The rotating wheel has a linear velocity equal to S1...
Can any one offer a method or location of a method for determining the permissible axial load that can be applied to an internal thread?
i.e. Take a nut and screw into it two bolts, one from either end so they meet in the middle of the nut, then apply a tension force across the two bolts. How...
calculation of internal thread tensile strength
Hi All!
I've got a coupling device that has two internal threads of different pitch, length, diameter. The smaller thread takes a lifting bolt, the larger attaches to a piece of machinery.
I've been asked to work out the safe working load (SWL)...