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## Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Tensile Stress In Rod = (4*Load on Knuckle Joint)/(pi*(Diameter of rod^2))
σt = (4*L)/(pi*(d^2))
This formula uses 1 Constants, 2 Variables
Constants Used
pi - Archimedes' constant Value Taken As 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288
Variables Used
Load on Knuckle Joint - Load on Knuckle Joint is basically the amount of load/force any part, product, or joint of a knuckle joint can bear or is acted upon or exerts. (Measured in Newton)
Diameter of rod - The diameter of rod is defined as the length of the longest chord passing across the rod under considerations. (Measured in Millimeter)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Load on Knuckle Joint: 50000 Newton --> 50000 Newton No Conversion Required
Diameter of rod: 35 Millimeter --> 0.035 Meter (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
σt = (4*L)/(pi*(d^2)) --> (4*50000)/(pi*(0.035^2))
Evaluating ... ...
σt = 51968961.0095985
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
51968961.0095985 Pascal -->51.9689610095985 Newton per Square Millimeter (Check conversion here)
51.9689610095985 Newton per Square Millimeter <-- Tensile Stress In Rod
(Calculation completed in 00.016 seconds)

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Diameter of pin of knuckle joint given load and shear stress in pin
Diameter of Knuckle Pin = sqrt((2*Load on Knuckle Joint)/(pi*(Shear Stress in Pin))) Go
Diameter of rod of knuckle joint given tensile stress in rod
Diameter of rod = sqrt((4*Load on Knuckle Joint)/(pi*(Tensile Stress In Rod))) Go
Compressive stress in pin inside eye of knuckle joint given load and pin dimensions
Compressive Stress in Pin = Load on Knuckle Joint/(Thickess of Eye of Knuckle Joint*Diameter of Knuckle Pin) Go
Diameter of pin of knuckle joint given compressive stress in eye end portion of pin
Diameter of Knuckle Pin = Load on Knuckle Joint/(Compressive Stress in Pin*Thickess of Eye of Knuckle Joint) Go
Length of pin of knuckle joint in contact with the eye end
Length of Pin in Eye End = Load on Knuckle Joint/(Compressive Stress in Pin*Diameter of Knuckle Pin) Go
Shear stress in pin of knuckle joint given load and pin diameter
Shear Stress in Pin = (2*Load on Knuckle Joint)/(pi*(Diameter of Knuckle Pin^2)) Go
Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint
Tensile Stress In Rod = (4*Load on Knuckle Joint)/(pi*(Diameter of rod^2)) Go
Diameter of rod of knuckle joint given its enlarged diameter near the joint
Diameter of rod = Enlarged Diameter of Rod/1.1 Go
Enlarged Diameter of rod of knuckle joint near the joint
Enlarged Diameter of Rod = 1.1*Diameter of rod Go

### Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint Formula

Tensile Stress In Rod = (4*Load on Knuckle Joint)/(pi*(Diameter of rod^2))
σt = (4*L)/(pi*(d^2))

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A prismatic joint provides a linear sliding movement between two bodies and is often called a slider, as in the slider-crank linkage. A prismatic pair is also called a sliding pair. A prismatic joint can be formed with a polygonal cross-section to resist rotation. The relative position of two bodies connected by a prismatic joint is defined by the amount of linear slide of one relative to the other one. This one parameter movement identifies this joint as one degree of freedom kinematic pair. Prismatic joints provide single-axis sliding often found in hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders.

## How to Calculate Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint?

Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint calculator uses Tensile Stress In Rod = (4*Load on Knuckle Joint)/(pi*(Diameter of rod^2)) to calculate the Tensile Stress In Rod, The Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint is the tensile stress acting onto the knuckle pin due to the tensile load acting to pull apart the eye end and the fork of the knuckle joint. Tensile Stress In Rod is denoted by σt symbol.

How to calculate Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint, enter Load on Knuckle Joint (L) & Diameter of rod (d) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint calculation can be explained with given input values -> 51.96896 = (4*50000)/(pi*(0.035^2)).

### FAQ

What is Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint?
The Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint is the tensile stress acting onto the knuckle pin due to the tensile load acting to pull apart the eye end and the fork of the knuckle joint and is represented as σt = (4*L)/(pi*(d^2)) or Tensile Stress In Rod = (4*Load on Knuckle Joint)/(pi*(Diameter of rod^2)). Load on Knuckle Joint is basically the amount of load/force any part, product, or joint of a knuckle joint can bear or is acted upon or exerts & The diameter of rod is defined as the length of the longest chord passing across the rod under considerations.
How to calculate Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint?
The Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint is the tensile stress acting onto the knuckle pin due to the tensile load acting to pull apart the eye end and the fork of the knuckle joint is calculated using Tensile Stress In Rod = (4*Load on Knuckle Joint)/(pi*(Diameter of rod^2)). To calculate Tensile stress in rod of knuckle joint, you need Load on Knuckle Joint (L) & Diameter of rod (d). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Load on Knuckle Joint & Diameter of rod and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know