Exact and numerical solution of pure torsional shaft

Irsyadi Yani, M. A. Hannan, Hassan Basri, E. Scavino

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Based on the exact and numerical analysis on complex structure, we analyzed characteristic of maximum shear stress on boundary cross sectional that is closest from centrepoint of torsion (Gravity Centre). This paper deals with the comparison of exact and numeric solution on pure torsion shaft which holds torsion 2,5 Nm, dimension is major axis, a and minor axis, b are 1.2375 × 10-2m and 1.05 × 10-2m, and prismatic length, l is 9.845 × 10-2m, respectively. The mechanical properties of the torsional shaft such as shear modulus, G, Young modulus, E, yield point,σYield, are considered as 8.02 × 1011Pa, 2.07 × 10 11 Pa, 4.14 × 108 Pa, respectively. The Poisson and Hardening ratio are as 0.29 and 800, respectively. It is found that the exact and finite element analysis have the same characteristic of maximum shear stress on boundary cross sectional that are closest from centre point of torsion i.e. gravity of the centre. This comparative study explored the exact simulation and numerical simulation by FEM has the divergent deviation to maximum shear stress. © 2010, INSInet Publication.
Original language English 3043-3052 2737 Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences Published - 01 Aug 2010 Yes

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Torsional stress
shaft
shear stress
Shear stress
Gravitation
Elastic moduli
gravity
Finite element method
Young modulus
shear modulus
hardening
simulation
Hardening
Numerical analysis
mechanical property
comparative study
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• Mechanical Engineering
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Exact and numerical solution of pure torsional shaft. / Yani, Irsyadi; Hannan, M. A.; Basri, Hassan; Scavino, E.

In: Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 01.08.2010, p. 3043-3052.

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