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Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
mean_coil_diameter = Torsional Stress Amplitude*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Stress Factor*Force Amplitude
D = τa*(pi*d^3)/8*k*Pa
This formula uses 1 Constants, 4 Variables
Constants Used
pi - Archimedes' constant Value Taken As 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288
Variables Used
Torsional Stress Amplitude - Torsional Stress Amplitude is defined as the effect of stress concentration due to curvature in addition to direct shear stress (Measured in Newton per Square Millimeter)
Diameter of spring wire - Diameter of spring wire is the diameter length of helical spring wire. (Measured in Millimeter)
Stress Factor- Stress Factor is defined as the load per unit deflection. In order to take into account the effect of direct shear and change in coil curvature a stress factor.
Force Amplitude - The Force Amplitude Value for fatigue stress (Measured in Newton)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Torsional Stress Amplitude: 50 Newton per Square Millimeter --> 50000000 Pascal (Check conversion here)
Diameter of spring wire: 1 Millimeter --> 0.001 Meter (Check conversion here)
Stress Factor: 1 --> No Conversion Required
Force Amplitude: 10 Newton --> 10 Newton No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
D = τa*(pi*d^3)/8*k*Pa --> 50000000*(pi*0.001^3)/8*1*10
Evaluating ... ...
D = 0.196349540849362
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.196349540849362 Meter -->196.349540849362 Millimeter (Check conversion here)
FINAL ANSWER
196.349540849362 Millimeter <-- Mean Coil Diameter
(Calculation completed in 00.016 seconds)

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Shear Stress Correction Factor When Mean Stress on the Spring is Given
shear_stress_correction_factor = Mean stress of the stress cycle*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Mean force*Mean Coil Diameter Go
Mean Diameter of the Coil When Mean Stress on the Spring is Given
mean_coil_diameter = Mean stress of the stress cycle*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Shear Stress Correction Factor*Mean force Go
Mean Force When Mean Stress on the Spring is Given
mean_force = Mean stress of the stress cycle*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Shear Stress Correction Factor*Mean Coil Diameter Go
Mean Stress on the Spring
mean_stress = 8*Shear Stress Correction Factor*Mean force*Mean Coil Diameter/(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3) Go
Force Amplitude of the Spring
force_amplitude = .5*(Maximum Force-Minimum Force) Go
Minimum Force on the Spring When Force Amplitude is Given
minimum_force = 2*Force Amplitude+Maximum Force Go
Maximum Force When Force Amplitude is Given
maximum_force = 2*Force Amplitude+Minimum Force Go
Maximum Force on the Spring When Mean Force is Given
maximum_force = 2*Mean force-Minimum Force Go
Minimum Force on the Spring When Mean Force is Given
minimum_force = 2*Mean force-Maximum Force Go
Mean Force
mean_force = Minimum Force+Maximum Force Go

Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given Formula

mean_coil_diameter = Torsional Stress Amplitude*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Stress Factor*Force Amplitude
D = τa*(pi*d^3)/8*k*Pa

Define a Mechanical Spring?

A metal wire spring that functions in a spring mechanism that compresses, extends,rotates, slides, pulls and exerts force when an equal or greater force is applied. A spring mechanism can exert pressure, rotational force or pulling strength in a variety of ways.

How to Calculate Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given?

Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given calculator uses mean_coil_diameter = Torsional Stress Amplitude*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Stress Factor*Force Amplitude to calculate the Mean Coil Diameter, The Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given formula is defined as the average of the outer diameter of the spring coil and the inner diameter of the spring coil. Mean Coil Diameter and is denoted by D symbol.

How to calculate Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given, enter Torsional Stress Amplitude a), Diameter of spring wire (d), Stress Factor (k) and Force Amplitude (Pa) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 196.3495 = 50000000*(pi*0.001^3)/8*1*10.

FAQ

What is Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given?
The Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given formula is defined as the average of the outer diameter of the spring coil and the inner diameter of the spring coil and is represented as D = τa*(pi*d^3)/8*k*Pa or mean_coil_diameter = Torsional Stress Amplitude*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Stress Factor*Force Amplitude. Torsional Stress Amplitude is defined as the effect of stress concentration due to curvature in addition to direct shear stress, Diameter of spring wire is the diameter length of helical spring wire, Stress Factor is defined as the load per unit deflection. In order to take into account the effect of direct shear and change in coil curvature a stress factor and The Force Amplitude Value for fatigue stress.
How to calculate Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given?
The Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given formula is defined as the average of the outer diameter of the spring coil and the inner diameter of the spring coil is calculated using mean_coil_diameter = Torsional Stress Amplitude*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Stress Factor*Force Amplitude. To calculate Mean Coil Diameter When Torsional Stress Amplitude is Given, you need Torsional Stress Amplitude a), Diameter of spring wire (d), Stress Factor (k) and Force Amplitude (Pa). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Torsional Stress Amplitude, Diameter of spring wire, Stress Factor and Force Amplitude 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 Mean Coil Diameter?
In this formula, Mean Coil Diameter uses Torsional Stress Amplitude, Diameter of spring wire, Stress Factor and Force Amplitude. We can use 10 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • mean_force = Minimum Force+Maximum Force
  • maximum_force = 2*Mean force-Minimum Force
  • minimum_force = 2*Mean force-Maximum Force
  • force_amplitude = .5*(Maximum Force-Minimum Force)
  • maximum_force = 2*Force Amplitude+Minimum Force
  • minimum_force = 2*Force Amplitude+Maximum Force
  • mean_stress = 8*Shear Stress Correction Factor*Mean force*Mean Coil Diameter/(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)
  • shear_stress_correction_factor = Mean stress of the stress cycle*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Mean force*Mean Coil Diameter
  • mean_force = Mean stress of the stress cycle*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Shear Stress Correction Factor*Mean Coil Diameter
  • mean_coil_diameter = Mean stress of the stress cycle*(pi*Diameter of spring wire^3)/8*Shear Stress Correction Factor*Mean force
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