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Lecture Slides

Chapter 17

Flexible Mechanical
Elements

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Types of Wire Rope

Fig.1719

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Stress in Wire Rope

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Wire-Rope Data

Table 1724
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Equivalent Bending Load
Wire rope tension giving same tensile stress as sheave bending is
called equivalent bending load Fb

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Percent Strength Loss

Fig.1720

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Minimum Factors of Safety for Wire Rope

Table 1725
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Bearing Pressure of Wire Rope in Sheave Groove

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Maximum Allowable Bearing Pressures (in psi)

Table 1726
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Relation Between Fatigue Life of Wire Rope and Sheave Pressure

Fig.1721 Shigleys Mechanical Engineering Design


Fatigue of Wire Rope
Fig. 1721does not preclude failure by fatigue or wear
It does show long life if p/Su is less than 0.001.
Substituting this ratio in Eq. (1742),

Dividing both sides of Eq. (1742) by Su and solving for F, gives


allowable fatigue tension,

Factor of safety for fatigue is

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Factor of Safety for Static Loading
The factor of safety for static loading is

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Typical Strength of Individual Wires

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Service-Life Curve Based on Bending and Tensile Stresses

Fig.1722 Shigleys Mechanical Engineering Design


Some Wire-Rope Properties

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Working Equations for Mine-Hoist Problem

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Working Equations for Mine-Hoist Problem

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Working Equations for Mine-Hoist Problem

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Example 176

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Example 176

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Example 176

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Example 176

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Example 176

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Example 176

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Flexible Shaft Configurations

Fig.1724b
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Flexible Shaft Construction Details

Fig.1724a

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