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Design a shaft and flange for a Diesel engine in which protected type of flange coupling is to beadopted for power transmission. The following data is available for design :Power of engine = 75 kW; speed of engine 200 r.p.m.; maximum permissible stress in shaft = 40MPa; maximum permissible twist in shaft 1° in length of shaft equal to 30 times the diameter ofshaft; maximum torque = 1.25 x mean torque; pitch circle diameter of bolts 3 x diameter of shaft;maximum permissible stress in bolts = 20 MPa.

a) Show all calculations, draw neat sketches to show failure area ( 2 points)

b) Create a solid model and engineering drawing ( 2 points)

c) Perform FEA on critical parts ( 2 points)


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