How to Calculate Principle Shear Stress(maximum shear stress theory of failure)?
Principle Shear Stress(maximum shear stress theory of failure) calculator uses maximum_shear_stress = (16/pi*Diameter of shaft^3)*sqrt((Torsional Moment*Combined Shock and Fatigue Factor to torsion)^2+(Combined Shock and Fatigue Factor to Bending*Bending moment)^2) to calculate the Maximum shear stress, The Principle Shear Stress(maximum shear stress theory of failure) formula is defined as the normal stress calculated at an angle when shear stress is considered as zero. The normal stress can be obtained for maximum and minimum values. Maximum shear stress and is denoted by (σ_{t})_{max} symbol.
How to calculate Principle Shear Stress(maximum shear stress theory of failure) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Principle Shear Stress(maximum shear stress theory of failure), enter Diameter of shaft (d), Torsional Moment ((M _{t} ) _{ t}), Combined Shock and Fatigue Factor to torsion (k_{t}), Combined Shock and Fatigue Factor to Bending (k_{b}) and Bending moment (M) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Principle Shear Stress(maximum shear stress theory of failure) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.13882 = (16/pi*0.1^3)*sqrt((100*2)^2+(2*50)^2).