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permissible intensity of pressure between the flange and the rubber bush
Permissible intensity of pressure =2*Torque transmitted by the coupling/(Outer diameter of bush*Number of pins*Pitch circle diameter of pins*Effective length of the bush ) GO
effective length of the bush in contact with the input flange
Effective length of the bush =2*Torque transmitted by the coupling/(Outer diameter of bush*Number of pins*Pitch circle diameter of pins*Permissible intensity of pressure ) GO
outer diameter of the bush
Outer diameter of bush=2*Torque transmitted by the coupling/(Permissible intensity of pressure *Number of pins*Pitch circle diameter of pins*Effective length of the bush ) GO
number of bushes or pins
Number of pins=2*Torque transmitted by the coupling/(Outer diameter of bush*Permissible intensity of pressure *Pitch circle diameter of pins*Effective length of the bush ) GO
torque transmitted by the coupling
Torque transmitted by the coupling=Permissible intensity of pressure *Outer diameter of bush*Effective length of the bush *Pitch circle diameter of pins*Number of pins/2 GO
Coefficient of friction from constant wear theory
Coefficient of Friction=8*Friction Torque/(pi*Permissible intensity of pressure *Inner Diameter*((Outer diameter^2)-(Inner Diameter^2))) GO
Frictional Torque from constant wear theory
Friction Torque=pi*Coefficient of Friction*Permissible intensity of pressure *Inner Diameter*((Outer diameter^2)-(Inner Diameter^2))/8 GO
permissible intensity of pressure between the flange and the rubber bush
Permissible intensity of pressure =Force acting on each rubber bush or pin/(Outer diameter of bush*Effective length of the bush ) GO
effective length of the bush in contact with the input flange
Effective length of the bush =Force acting on each rubber bush or pin/(Outer diameter of bush*Permissible intensity of pressure ) GO
outer diameter of the bush
Outer diameter of bush=Force acting on each rubber bush or pin/(Effective length of the bush *Permissible intensity of pressure ) GO
Axial Force from constant wear theory
Axial Force=pi*Permissible intensity of pressure *Inner Diameter*(Outer diameter-Inner Diameter)/2 GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

force acting on each rubber bush or pin
Force acting on each rubber bush or pin=(2*Torque transmitted by the coupling)/(Number of pins*Pitch circle diameter of pins) GO

Force acting on each pin or bush Formula

Force acting on each rubber bush or pin=Outer diameter of bush*Effective length of the bush *Permissible intensity of pressure
P=D<sub>b</sub>*I<sub>b</sub>*p<sub>m</sub>
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length of hub or effective length of key GO
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pitch circle diameter of pins GO
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thickness of output flange GO
Diameter of driving shaft in terms of thickness of output flange GO
thickness of protective rim GO
Diameter of driving shaft in terms of thickness of protective rim GO
diameter of pin GO
Diameter of driving shaft in terms of diameter of pin GO
torque transmitted by the coupling GO
force acting on each rubber bush or pin GO
pitch circle diameter of bushes or pins GO
number of bushes or pins GO
outer diameter of the bush GO
effective length of the bush in contact with the input flange GO
permissible intensity of pressure between the flange and the rubber bush GO
torque transmitted by the coupling GO
permissible intensity of pressure between the flange and the rubber bush GO
outer diameter of the bush GO
effective length of the bush in contact with the input flange GO
number of bushes or pins GO

What is coupling?

A coupling can be defined as a mechanical device that permanently joins two rotating shafts to each other.

How to Calculate Force acting on each pin or bush?

Force acting on each pin or bush calculator uses Force acting on each rubber bush or pin=Outer diameter of bush*Effective length of the bush *Permissible intensity of pressure to calculate the Force acting on each rubber bush or pin, The Force acting on each pin or bush formula is defined as the product of the outer diameter of the bush, effective length of the bus, and permissible intensity of pressure. Force acting on each rubber bush or pin and is denoted by P symbol.

How to calculate Force acting on each pin or bush using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Force acting on each pin or bush, enter Outer diameter of bush (Db), Effective length of the bush (Ib) and Permissible intensity of pressure (pm) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Force acting on each pin or bush calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.0001 = 0.01*0.01*1.

FAQ

What is Force acting on each pin or bush?
The Force acting on each pin or bush formula is defined as the product of the outer diameter of the bush, effective length of the bus, and permissible intensity of pressure and is represented as P=Db*Ib*pm or Force acting on each rubber bush or pin=Outer diameter of bush*Effective length of the bush *Permissible intensity of pressure . The Outer diameter of bush Value, Effective length of the bush in contact with the input flange and The Permissible intensity of pressure between the flange and the rubber bush.
How to calculate Force acting on each pin or bush?
The Force acting on each pin or bush formula is defined as the product of the outer diameter of the bush, effective length of the bus, and permissible intensity of pressure is calculated using Force acting on each rubber bush or pin=Outer diameter of bush*Effective length of the bush *Permissible intensity of pressure . To calculate Force acting on each pin or bush, you need Outer diameter of bush (Db), Effective length of the bush (Ib) and Permissible intensity of pressure (pm). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Outer diameter of bush, Effective length of the bush and Permissible intensity of pressure and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Force acting on each rubber bush or pin?
In this formula, Force acting on each rubber bush or pin uses Outer diameter of bush, Effective length of the bush and Permissible intensity of pressure . We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Force acting on each rubber bush or pin=(2*Torque transmitted by the coupling)/(Number of pins*Pitch circle diameter of pins)
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