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rigidity. We consider a simple part comprised of a bar of length L having a

uniform cross section and made up of a material that obeys Hooke's law. For an

axial ...

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**SPRING CONSTANT**The**spring constant**is a measure of a machine part'srigidity. We consider a simple part comprised of a bar of length L having a

uniform cross section and made up of a material that obeys Hooke's law. For an

axial ...

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23 [pp. 516-517]. The

lbf, k = 2.8 x 10s lbf/in. The value for * was obtained by considering only the

deformation due to Hertz contact stress. The additional deformation due to the

elasticity ...

23 [pp. 516-517]. The

**spring constant**is k = 9.3 x 104 P1/3 lbf/in When P = 27.6lbf, k = 2.8 x 10s lbf/in. The value for * was obtained by considering only the

deformation due to Hertz contact stress. The additional deformation due to the

elasticity ...

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Forces on double pitch sprocket teeth predicted for different values of Ko by

spring model analysis. [From Ref. 45, p. 138.] We define K{ as the

of a single sprocket tooth; tf, as the

Forces on double pitch sprocket teeth predicted for different values of Ko by

spring model analysis. [From Ref. 45, p. 138.] We define K{ as the

**spring constant**of a single sprocket tooth; tf, as the

**spring constant**of a single chain link; and K0 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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