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Design and Analysis Procedures for Shafts and Splines
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1968 by SAE International in United States
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A general analytical and test procedure approach is presented for shafts under fatigue loading conditions. Construction and interpretation of comprehensive analytical curves are outlined, comprising the basic loading conditions of torsion alone, bending alone, combined bending and torsion, and cumulative damage. General spline design curves derived from fatigue tests are presented for torsional fatigue loading. The concept of nominal stress is used in correlating test and analytical curves, introducing simplicity and perspective in interpreting such complex factors on fatigue life as stress concentration, physical properties, and mode of loading.
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CitationBurke, P. and Fisher, W., "Design and Analysis Procedures for Shafts and Splines," SAE Technical Paper 680024, 1968, https://doi.org/10.4271/680024.
- BurkeP. E., “Shaft Design for Finite Life.” Paper 359D presented at SAE Summer Meeting, St. Louis, June 1961.
- MinerMilton A., “Cumulative Damage in Fatigue.” ASME Transactions, Vol. 67 (1945).