the solid shaft shown below is in equilibrium supported at two bearing
The solid shaft shown below is in equilibrium, supported at two bearings A and B. The pulleys C and D
have diameters in the ratio 3:2. T₁ = 1000 N, T₂ = 500 N and T3 = 1500 N. The diameter of the shaft
is 50 mm and yield strength sy = 400 MPa. The bearings do not exert any moments or axial forces on
a. If a factor of safety (n) of 3 is desired based on Maximum Shear Stress (MSS or Tresca) criteria,
find the diameter of pulleys C and D.
b. If n = 3 is desired based on the Distortion Energy Theory (DET or von Mises criteria), find the
diameter of pulleys C and D.
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