shear strength Question
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Posted by: david04883

12/14/2005, 12:23:15

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hi,

Is there a conversion from UTS to an 'ultimate shear strength'.

I am designing a stepped hollow shaft that will fail in shear. I know the shear force and the area over which this will be applied. I now need to specify a material that will be strong enough, but don't know how.

regards,
david.







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Posted by: kals80

12/14/2005, 15:12:58

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I dont know exactly about all other materials but for all steels Ultimate shear strength is 75% of Ultimate Tensile Strength.

You may find some useful information in ASTM A48, A47, A197 and A220)







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