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# SHRINK FIT

NOMENCLATURE
DETERMINING CONTACT
PRESSURE, P
In many cases, the designer may choose a maximum
tangential stress

## . Then, p may be solved for (as p

i
for the
hub) using
and cs!
DETERMINING CONTACT
PRESSURE, P

Otherwise, the designer may choose to specify an
interference , or the contact pressure p itself and then solve
for the necessary to achieve that p.
CONTACT PRESSURE
If the hub & shaft are of the same
material, this condenses to:
SHRINK FITS
Once p is determined, assume a friction factor f : usually
0.15 < f < .20. The assembly force F to assemble a shrink-fit
assembly is given by Eq.:
F = 2bpfL, where L is the length of the fit.
Holding Torque T is given by:
T = Fb = 2 b
2
fpL
PRESS FIT, EXAMPLE: STEEL
SHAFT PRESS FIT ONTO
CAST FE DISC
a = 25mm
b = 50 mm
c = 125 mm
L = 100 mm
E
s
= 210 Gpa

s
= .3
E
h
= 70 Gpa

h
= .25
Assumptions: max. tangential stress NTX 30 MPa, contact
pressure is uniform, and f = 0.15. FIND: radial interference
, assembly force, & torque capacity.
FLYWHEELS
A flywheel is a typically a disc
which rotates on a shaft. They are
used to smooth out small oscillations
and to store energy (kinetic energy of
rotation). Examples: cars, hybrids,
punch press

Design and analysis is similar. An