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shaft / beam calculations
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Posted by: damo_hanson dave_dono

04/12/2005, 23:56:43

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Can a 150mm long, 150mm diameter beam (mild steel) support 15000 Kg distributed evenly over the end 100mm. The beam is fixed to the wall only at one end. This is what I wish to build a pulley system with. The shaft is attached to the sheave with a frictionless bearing. Any help would be greatley appreciated with this as I don't have a clue where to start. Thanks






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