Determine the shear stress in each section - cells, Mechanical Engineering

Determine the shear stress in each section - cells:

In Figure, the mean dimensions of the two cells are 100 mm × 50 mm and 50 mm square.

t1 = 3 mm,       t2 = 6 mm,       t3 = 3 mm

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Determine the shear stress in each section, and the angle of twist per metre length for a torque of 3000 Nm. G = 80,000 N/mm2.

Solution

A1  = (100 × 50) = 5000 mm2

A2  = 50 × 50 = 2500 mm2

Z1  = (2 × 100) + 50 = 250 mm

Z 2  = (2 × 50) + 50 = 150 mm

Z3  = 50 mm

τ1 t1  = τ2 t2  + τ3 t3

⇒         τ1 × 3 = τ2 × 6 + τ3 × 3

3 τ1 = 6 τ2  + 3 τ3             ---------- (1)

T = 2 (τ1 t1 A1  + τ2 t2 A2 )

⇒         3000 × 103  = 2 [τ1 × 3 × 3000 + τ2 × 6 × 2500]

⇒         τ1 + τ2  = 50            -------- (2)

 

1 Z1 + τ3 Z3 ) / A1 = (τ2 Z2 - τ3 Z3 )/A2                  

 (τ1 × 250 + τ3 × 50) /5000= (τ2 × 150 - τ3 × 50)/ 2500

⇒         5 τ1 + τ3  = 6 τ2  - 2 τ3

⇒         5 τ1 = 6 τ2  - 3 τ3                                           ------------ (3)

 (3) - (1) ⇒ 2 τ1 = - 6 τ3

τ1 = - 3 τ3                 ---------- (4)

From (1),

3 (- 3τ3 ) = 6 τ2  + 3 τ3

τ2  = - 2 τ3

From (2),

- 3 τ3  - 2 τ3  = 50     --------- (5)

τ3  = - 10 N/mm2

τ1 = - 3 (- 10) = 30 N/mm2

τ2  = - 2 (- 10) = 20 N/mm2

∴          θ= (τ1 Z1 + τ3 Z3 ) l /2G A1 ,      Here  l = 1000 mm

= [30 × 250 + (- 10) × 50]/ (2 × 80 × 103 × 5000) × 1000

= 8.75 × 10- 3 radians

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