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Hence the maximum stress P/A is calculated and printed in line 230. 15) This is calculated and printed as a percentage in line 230. (3) The calculations are performed using units of newtons and millimetres. The input data is immediately converted to these units and is converted back to the original units if required for output (line 230). (4) The range of values for E, L and diameter D are generated automatically by DO loops. Note the indirect way in which the values of E and L are determined (lines 170 and 190).
4 so that, in addition to designing a solid shaft, the program designs a hollow shaft of prescribed external to internal diameter ratio. With this modification the program would give the required internal and external diameters for the hollow shaft. It is likely however that a Problems 53 tube of these dimensions would not be available 'off the shelf and the shaft would have to be machined from solid material. A more useful program for the design of hollow circular shafts would use preferred hollow tube sizes.
It is likely however that a Problems 53 tube of these dimensions would not be available 'off the shelf and the shaft would have to be machined from solid material. A more useful program for the design of hollow circular shafts would use preferred hollow tube sizes. 5 as a model. 2 a simple riveted joint was analysed and its load capacity was determined. Using the program in that example it is possible to adjust the plate and rivet dimensions until the joint carries any specified load. In practice, multiple rivets (or bolts) would probably be used in either a single line or in several rows (with possibly a different number in each row).