Principal stress and strain, Mechanical Engineering

The end gear is subjected to the loading given in the picture below. If the bearings A & B exerts only Z & Y component of forces on the shaft, Verify the equilibrium torque T at gear C. Smallest diameter of the shaft that will support loading. Use Maximum distortion theory. Measure principal stress and strain at C using Mohr's circle diagram Draw FBD, SFD, BMD, TD.

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