King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals Department of Mechanical Engineering ME 308 (Machine Design – II) Lab 2nd Semester 1999-2000 (Term 992) Project # 1 – Shaft Design

The shaft shown in the figure is to be designed from the standpoint of strength and rigidity. Power is to be supplied to the pulley (P) by means of a flat belt and power is taken from the shaft through spur gear (G). The shaft is supported by two deep groove ball bearings.

The following information has been established:

Speed of the shaft = 900 rpm

Material of the shaft should be Hot Rolled AISI 1035

Diameter of the pulley = 10"

Pitch diameter of the gear = 10"

Weight of the pulley = 30 lb.

Weight of the gear = 30 lb.

Ratio of belt tensions T1/T2 = 2.5

Gear pressure angle (f ) = 20°

The pulley and gear are assembled with square keys and press fits

Dimensions A = B = C = 6"

Safety factor = 3

The belt forces are perpendicular to the paper with the tight side being T1 and the slack side being T2

The tangential force on the gear is Ft and the separating force is Fr

Ft is perpendicular to the paper

The bearings are assumed to have a life of 25000 hours and a reliability of 95%

The following rigidity limitations have been imposed:

1. The shaft at the gear shall not deflect more than 0.001"
2. The slope of the shaft through the bearings shall not exceed 1°

For the shaft, do the following:

1. Calculate the bearing reactions in the horizontal and vertical directions and select appropriate bearings
2. Draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams in the horizontal and vertical planes. Also, draw the Resultant Bending Moment diagram (RBMD) and the torque diagram (TD)
3. Determine the shaft dimensions at the different locations
4. Calculate the require dimensions of the square keys
5. Make sure the shaft satisfies the rigidity limitations
6. Make a complete detailed engineering drawing for the shaft. The drawing should include full dimensions with surface finish, tolerances and proper fits between the components and detailed dimensions of all fillets and grooves