## Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Thickness of Spigot Collar = 0.45*Diameter of rod
t1 = 0.45*d
This formula uses 2 Variables
Variables Used
Thickness of Spigot Collar - (Measured in Meter) - Thickness of spigot collar is defined as thickness of collar of spigot of a cotter joint.
Diameter of rod - (Measured in Meter) - The diameter of rod is defined as the length of the longest chord passing across the rod under considerations.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Diameter of rod: 31 Millimeter --> 0.031 Meter (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
t1 = 0.45*d --> 0.45*0.031
Evaluating ... ...
t1 = 0.01395
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.01395 Meter -->13.95 Millimeter (Check conversion here)
13.95 Millimeter <-- Thickness of Spigot Collar
(Calculation completed in 00.000 seconds)
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## < 7 Thickness of Cotter and Spigot Collar Calculators

Thickness of cotter given tensile stress in socket
Thickness of cotter = (((pi/4)*((Outside Diameter of Socket^2)-(Diameter of Spigot^2)))-((Load)/Tensile Stress In Socket))/(Outside Diameter of Socket-Diameter of Spigot) Go
Thickness of cotter joint given bending stress in cotter
Thickness of cotter = ((2*Diameter of Socket Collar)+(Diameter of Spigot))*((Load)/(4*(Mean Width of Cotter^2)*Bending Stress in Cotter)) Go
Thickness of cotter given compressive stress in socket
Thickness of cotter = (Load)/((Diameter of Socket Collar-Diameter of Spigot)*Compressive Stress In Socket) Go
Thickness of cotter given compressive stress in spigot
Thickness of cotter = (Load)/(Compressive Stress In Spigot*Diameter of Spigot) Go
Thickness of cotter given shear stress in cotter
Thickness of cotter = (Load)/(2*(Shear Stress in Cotter)*Mean Width of Cotter) Go
Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available
Thickness of Spigot Collar = 0.45*Diameter of rod Go
Thickness of Cotter Joint
Thickness of cotter = 0.31*Diameter of rod Go

## Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available Formula

Thickness of Spigot Collar = 0.45*Diameter of rod
t1 = 0.45*d

## What is a cotter joint?

A cotter joint, also known as a socket and spigot joint, is a method of temporarily joining two coaxial rods. One rod is fitted with a spigot, which fits inside a socket on one end of the other rod. Slots in the socket and the spigot align so that a cotter can be inserted to lock the two rods together.

## How to Calculate Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available?

Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available calculator uses Thickness of Spigot Collar = 0.45*Diameter of rod to calculate the Thickness of Spigot Collar, Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available formula is defined as thickness of spigot collar of a cotter joint. Thickness of Spigot Collar is denoted by t1 symbol.

How to calculate Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available, enter Diameter of rod (d) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available calculation can be explained with given input values -> 13.95 = 0.45*0.031.

### FAQ

What is Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available?
Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available formula is defined as thickness of spigot collar of a cotter joint and is represented as t1 = 0.45*d or Thickness of Spigot Collar = 0.45*Diameter of rod. The diameter of rod is defined as the length of the longest chord passing across the rod under considerations.
How to calculate Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available?
Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available formula is defined as thickness of spigot collar of a cotter joint is calculated using Thickness of Spigot Collar = 0.45*Diameter of rod. To calculate Thickness of spigot collar when rod diameter is available, you need Diameter of rod (d). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for 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