Civil Engineering - Theory of Structures - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Theory of Structures - Section 1 (Q.No. 41)
A shaft is subjected to bending moment M and a torque T simultaneously. The ratio of the maximum bending stress to maximum shear stress developed in the shaft, is
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Antony said:   3 years ago
Thank you @Bam Bhandari.

Dipak mahata said:   3 years ago
Thanks for explaining the answer.

Bam bhandari said:   6 years ago
The maximum bending stress=32M/πD^3.
The maximum shear stress=16T/πD^3.
Max.bending stress/max.shear stress=32M/πD63 *πD^3/16t.
=2M/T => answer.

Mohan kumar said:   7 years ago
We know f = bending stress.
q = shear stress.
We also know that M/T = f/2q.
Solution f/q = 2M/T.

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