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Thread Thickness at Core Diameter When Transverse Shear Stress is Given
thread thickness=Force/(pi*Transverse shear stress*Core Diameter*number of thread in contact with nut) GO
Axial Force When Transverse Shear Stress is Given
Force=(Transverse shear stress*pi*Core Diameter*thread thickness*number of thread in contact with nut) GO
Number of Threads in Engagement With Nut When Transverse Shear Stress is Given
Number of Engaged Threads=Axial Load/(pi*thread thickness*Transverse shear stress*Core Diameter) GO
Transverse Shear Stress in a Screw
Transverse shear stress=Force/(pi*Core Diameter*thread thickness*Number of Threads) GO
Bearing Area Between Screw and Nut for one Thread
Bearing Area Between Screw and Nut=pi*((Nominal Diameter^2)-(Core Diameter^2))/4 GO
Direct Compressive Stress of Screw
Direct Compressive Stress of Screw=(Force*4)/(pi*Core Diameter^2) GO
Torsional Shear Stress of a Screw
Torsional Shear Stress=16*Torsional Moment/(pi*(Core Diameter^3)) GO
Torsional Moment When Torsional Shear Stress is Given
Torsional Moment=Torsional Shear Stress*pi*(Core Diameter^3)/16 GO
Axial Force When Direct Compressive Stress is Given
Force=(Direct Compressive Stress of Screw*pi*Core Diameter^2)/4 GO
Nominal Diameter of Power Screw
Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle=Core Diameter+Pitch GO
Pitch of Power Screw
Pitch=Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle-Core Diameter GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Nominal Diameter of Power Screw When Mean DIameter is Given
Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle=Mean diameter of screw+(0.5*Pitch) GO
Nominal Diameter of Power Screw
Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle=Core Diameter+Pitch GO

Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given Formula

Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle=sqrt((Diameter of the Hole of Bolt^2)+(Core Diameter^2))
D<sub>p</sub>=sqrt((d<sub>1</sub>^2)+(d<sub>c^2))
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Bending moment from bending stress GO
Moment of Inertia from bending moment and bending stress GO
Moment of inertia of rectangular cross-section along centroidal axis parallel to breadth GO
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Nominal Diameter of Power Screw GO
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Mean Diameter of Power Screw GO
Nominal Diameter of Power Screw When Mean DIameter is Given GO
Pitch of the Screw When Mean Diameter is Given GO
Helix Angle of Thread GO
Mean diameter of Screw When Helix Angle is Given GO
Lead of Screw When Helix angle is Given GO
Moment of inertia of a circular cross-section about the diameter GO
Shear Stress due to torsional moment GO
angle of twist (in radians) GO
Polar moment of inertia of hollow circular cross-section GO
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angle of twist for solid cylindrical rod in degrees GO
angle of twist for hollow cylindrical rod in degrees GO
Power transmitted GO
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Efficiency of Square Threaded Screw GO
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Maximum Efficiency of Square Threaded Screw GO
Mechanical advantage GO
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length of load arm in terms of load and effort GO
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Mean stress GO
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Theoretical Stress GO
Notch sensitivity factor in terms of fatigue stress concentration factor GO
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Endurance limit of a rotating beam specimen for steel GO
Endurance limit the stress of a rotating beam specimen for cast iron/steels GO
Endurance limit the stress of a rotating beam specimen for aluminium alloys GO
Endurance limit the stress of a rotating beam specimen for cast aluminium alloys GO
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Surface finish factor GO
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Fatigue stress concentration factor in terms of Modifying factor to account for stress concentration GO
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Soderberg line mean stress GO
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Soderberg line Endurance limit GO
Goodman Line mean stress GO
Goodman Line amplitude stress GO
Goodman Line ultimate tensile strength GO
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Slope of line OE in Modified Goodman Diagram GO
Slope of line OE in Modified Goodman Diagram GO
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Limiting value of mean stress GO
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load When Overall Efficiency is Given GO
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Core Diameter When Diameter of the Hole is Given GO
axial force from the constant pressure theory GO
Pressure from the constant pressure theory GO
Friction torque from the constant pressure theory GO
Coefficient of friction from the constant pressure theory GO
pressure from the constant pressure theory GO
Friction torque from the constant pressure theory GO
Coefficient of friction from the constant pressure theory GO
axial force from the constant pressure theory GO
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Frictional Torque from constant wear theory GO
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Friction torque from constant wear theory GO
Coefficient of friction from constant wear theory GO
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Module GO
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pitch diameter GO
center to center distance GO
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radial force GO
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resultant force GO
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Dedendum circle diameter of small size gear GO
Dedendum circle diameter of small size gear GO
Gear ratio in terms of speed GO
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Addendum circle diameter of medium size gear GO
Addendum circle diameter of medium size gear GO
Dedendum circle diameter of medium size gear GO
Dedendum circle diameter of medium size gear GO
Diameter of holes in web of medium size diameter GO
Pitch circle diameter of holes of medium size gear GO
Pitch circle diameter of large-size gear GO
Addendum circle diameter of large-size gear GO
Dedendum circle diameter of large-size gear GO
Outer diameter of hub of large-size gear GO
Inner diameter of rim of large-size gear GO
Thickness of rim of large-size gear GO
service factor for gear in terms of torque GO
maximum torque in terms of service factor GO
Rated torque in terms of service factor GO
Service factor in terms of tangential force GO
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Service factor for motor GO
Rated torque of the motor in terms of service factor GO
Starting torque of the motor in terms of service factor GO
Velocity factor v<10 m/s GO
Velocity factor v<20 m/s GO
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pitch line velocity GO
Effective Load GO
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error in gear GO
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Define Nominal Diameter of Bolt?

The size most commonly associated with screw threads is the nominal diameter. The nominal diameter is more of a label than a size. For example, a bolt and nut may be described as being ½” diameter. But neither the external threads of the bolt nor the internal threads of the nut are exactly. 500 in diameter.

How to Calculate Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given?

Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given calculator uses Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle=sqrt((Diameter of the Hole of Bolt^2)+(Core Diameter^2)) to calculate the Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle, The Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given formula is defined as the diameter from crest to crest that the fastener is listed as. i.e. a 1/8" bolt has a nominal diameter of. 125 inches. Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle and is denoted by Dp symbol.

How to calculate Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given, enter Diameter of the Hole of Bolt (d1) and Core Diameter (dc) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 14.14214 = sqrt((0.01^2)+(0.01^2)).

FAQ

What is Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given?
The Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given formula is defined as the diameter from crest to crest that the fastener is listed as. i.e. a 1/8" bolt has a nominal diameter of. 125 inches and is represented as Dp=sqrt((d1^2)+(dc^2)) or Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle=sqrt((Diameter of the Hole of Bolt^2)+(Core Diameter^2)). The Diameter of the Hole of Bolt is defined as the longest chord that joins the both the ends of the hole and Core Diameter is defined as the smallest diameter of the thread of the screw or nut. The term “minor diameter” replaces the term “core diameter” as applied to the thread of a screw.
How to calculate Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given?
The Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given formula is defined as the diameter from crest to crest that the fastener is listed as. i.e. a 1/8" bolt has a nominal diameter of. 125 inches is calculated using Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle=sqrt((Diameter of the Hole of Bolt^2)+(Core Diameter^2)). To calculate Nominal Diameter of the Bolt When Diameter of the Hole is Given, you need Diameter of the Hole of Bolt (d1) and Core Diameter (dc). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Diameter of the Hole of Bolt and Core Diameter 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 Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle?
In this formula, Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle uses Diameter of the Hole of Bolt and Core Diameter. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle=Core Diameter+Pitch
  • Equivalent/Nominal Diameter of Particle=Mean diameter of screw+(0.5*Pitch)
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