Hi. I am trying to develop a cone clutch for torque transmission. I have looked a lot over the internet but I cannot find how to calculate the maximum torque transmission capability of a cone clutch. Everywhere they use the equations with inputs of axial force. I want to find the maximum torque that the cone clutch can transmit before failure based on the material properties and friction coefficient between the cone and the cup. Please help out.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Load capacity of Cone Clutch

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