Products/Services for Shear Torque Frequency Stress Shaft
Strain Gauges - (117 companies)
Torque Sensors - (186 companies)
Rotary Shafts - (136 companies)
Flexible Shafts - (32 companies)
Linear Shafts - (90 companies)
Spline Shafts - (26 companies)
Shaft Collars - (151 companies)
Force and Torque Instruments - (314 companies)
Six-axis Force and Torque Sensors - (15 companies)...and torque sensors provide electrical outputs as analog current loops, analog voltage levels, frequencies, pulses, switches and relays. Typically, analog current loops are 0 - 20 mA or 4 - 20 mA. Most analog voltage outputs are 0 - 10 V or +- 5 V. Frequency... Search by Specification | Learn More
Shaft-Hub Locking Devices - (82 companies)
Product News for Shear Torque Frequency Stress Shaft
R+W Coupling Technology
Calculating Application Torques Angular Acceleration and Moment of Inertia in Machine Design . As a provider of flexible drive couplings and ball detent safety clutches, we are often asked to provide a bit of assistance in calculating application torques, especially for customers looking to retrofit existing equipment. In order to aid in the process of estimating torques, we'll review one of the basic calculations used to estimate the torque required to accelerate a rotating mass to a certain speed over a given... (read more)Browse Flexible Couplings Datasheets for R+W Coupling Technology
Mach III Clutch, Inc.
Torque Limiter Coupling Connects Square Shafts In the majority of the applications Mach III encounters our product connects to a round, keyed shaft. This application, however, connects two square shafts. Used on military equipment that is exposed to the elements, all of the metal components are stainless steel. The torque limiter portion (top photo) fits a 1.0 Inch Square, the coupling portion (bottom photo) fits a 0.75 Inch Square. The torque limiter protects the driven shaft by slipping if the factory torque setting of 1,800 pound inches... (read more)Browse Torque Limiters and Slip Clutches Datasheets for Mach III Clutch, Inc.
Flexible Shafts The flexible shaft transfers torque via a bi-directional wrapped wire system with almost unlimited connection ratios and no u-joint connections. In practice the flexible shafts should always be operated at the fastest possible speed. This lowers the torque load and increases life expectancy. CEF's Flexible Shafts are designed for rotary power transmission through, around, under, and over structural members, bulkheads and other aircraft obstructions. CEF's Flexible Shafts... (read more)Browse Flexible Shafts Datasheets for Transicoil LLC
Baldor Electric Company
Torque-Arm™II Shaft Mount Reducer The Torque-Arm ™II Shaft Mount Reducer is a shaft mount helical gear reducer that mounts directly to the driven shaft with a number of accessories available to produce versatility, cost savings and long life. FEATURES / BENEFITS: •Significantly increased torque and horsepower ratings comparable to next larger size TXT. •Modular design with modular accessories for inventory savings. •Proven, standard twin tapered bushing system with patented short shaft option. •New... (read more)Browse Gearboxes and Gearheads Datasheets for Baldor Electric Company
OK International, Inc.
Soldering with lower stresses on Solar Cells as the industry shifts the wafer thickness below 200 microns. The ability to solder at low, controlled temperatures (connection temperatures must be maintained below 300 °C) within a short time window, also reduces the stresses on the cells and the likelihood of micro-cracking, while still producing a controlled, high quality solder joint. Metcal has introduced the perfect solution: The PS-900-Solar Soldering System offering low cost of ownership, ease of use and unique SmartHeat ®... (read more)Browse Soldering Irons, Stations, and Accessories Datasheets for OK International, Inc.
Alpha® Flying Shears Speed, power and precision. These three critical components of high-production flying cutoffs are desired by tube and pipe producers worldwide. Inductotherm Group companies manufacture Alpha ® Flying Shears, designed to increase production by shearing dimple free tubes up to 1000 feet per minute and 100 cuts per minute. Alpha ® Flying Shear ’s robust design can easily shear through stainless steel and other high tensile material with no dimple and minimum burr.  ... (read more)
CST - Computer Simulation Technology
Thermal and Mechanical Stress Analysis As systems and devices very rarely fall neatly into just one area of physics, multiphysics simulation is often necessary for a complete simulation of the device ’s characteristics. CST MPHYSICS ®STUDIO (CST MPS) is a powerful and easy-to-use tool for thermal and mechanical stress analysis. High-frequency fields, currents and particle collisions are all sources of heat that EM engineers frequently encounter, and so multiphysics simulation via CST MPS is fully integrated into CST... (read more)Browse Modeling and Simulation Software Datasheets for CST - Computer Simulation Technology
SWTD-1000 measures & monitor frequencies SWTD-1000 Speed Switch/Transmitter. • Converts frequency to an analog signal. • Output configurable for 4-20 mA or 0-10 VDC. • 0Hz - 50kHz operating frequency range. • Integrated backlit display (SWTD-1000). • 2 possible relay set-point configuration sets (A & B) for start up / run, controlled via binary inputs. • Open pickup sensor warns against failed pickup. • Plug in terminals for easy installation. • Isolated signal input with automatic trigger... (read more)
Adhesives for Decoupling CTE Stress in Electronics Adhesives for Decoupling CTE Stress in Electronics. Thermal management of electronic systems is critical to robust design. Printed circuit boards used in aerospace and automotive electronic assemblies operate in demanding environments with exposure to low temperatures, high temperatures, and vibration. Our Thermabond ® electronic adhesives are a unique class of elastomeric thermal interface materials that provide thermal-mechanical stress decoupling and a reliable heat transfer path... (read more)
Slide Shafts Series: SN, SNS, SNT, SNW, SNWS, SNW-PD, SNWS-PD. High Wear Resistant Carbon-Chromium Bearing Steel. Precision Ground Surface. Wide Selection of Shaft Types. Custom Shafts Available. Optimum Performance, Greater Accuracy. The Isotech Slide Shaft was developed to achieve greater accuracy in roundness, cylindricity, surface finishing, and linear travel. Heat treated in both axial and radial directions, Isotech's Slide Shaft comes in both high-carbon chromium bearing steel or Martensite stainless... (read more)Browse Linear Shafts Datasheets for Isotech, Inc.
With. there are calculations for maximum transmissible torque. this type, there are two modes of failure likely: shear failure. for the key only. Material for the shaft and key is steel. and crushing failure. In the calculations the total value of. 35S20. the yield stress is used and the factor...
...transfer of mixer viscometry to. production scale. Principle of operation of this torque transducer involves a surface acoustic wave device. used as a frequency dependent strain gauge, which measures the change in resonant frequency caused by. the applied strain in the shaft. Accurate measurement...
While fatigue appears as spalled-off chunks of raceway, it does not start on the raceway surface. Contact between rolling elements and raceway creates Hertzian stresses that produce shear stresses, which reach a maximum at some depth below the raceway surface. This subsurface shear creates raceway...
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Low-Speed Wind Tunnel Investigation of a Full-Scale UH-60...
Also note that Shear Force (Resultant) 15,000 lb these maximum capabilities represent the limits of the Moment (Resultant) 125,000 ft-lb * primary
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Hitachi Review Vol. 49 (2000), No. 2 81 700-m 400-MW Class...
that a runner Therefore, the natural frequency of the runner should with six vanes causes a higher stress amplitude than a be tuned so that it does
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cases: Axial load F FL dL(z) F E = L = = giving EA or in general dz EA Shear load V V G h V A x V h = G = x which gives G A Applying a force will
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feedback systems providing shear force (tangential force to humans to distinguish between different direction of shear the finger-tip). force