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    Fit_and_Dimensional_Tolerances_Mechanical_Engineering_Drawing Source Ashish K Darpe Department of Mechanical Engineering IIT Delhi Thanks to Mr. Ashish K Darpe Regards Saurabh Jain

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    Explain in an orderly manner how the force in the member of a truss be detected using the method of joint. 1. You can answer this question 2. You can like the best answer 3. You can share the question.

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    Selection of material is an important aspect for manufacturing industries . The quality of product is highly depends upon its material properties. These properties are used to distinguish materials from each other. For Example: A harder material is used to make tools.A ductile material is used to draw wires. So the knowledge of mechanical properties of material is desirable for any mechanical student or for any person belongs to mechanical industries. This post brings top 18 mechanical propertie

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    Welding is a process of joining similar and dissimilar metals or other material by application of heat with or without application of pressure and addition of filler material. It is used as permanent fasteners. Welding is essential process of every manufacturing industries.  In fact, the future of any new metal may depend on how far it would lend itself to fabrication by welding. The weldability has been defined as the capacity of being welded into inseparable joints having specified pro

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    Difference between Hot Working and Cold Working

    They both are the metal forming processes. When plastic deformation of metal is carried out at temperature above the recrystallization temperature the process, the process is known as hot working. If this deformation is done below the recrystallization temperature the process is known as cold working. There are many other differences between these processes which are described as below. Difference between Hot Working and Cold Working: S.No.  

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    CLASSIFICATION OF FLUIDS

    Ideal fluid: A fluid, which is incompressible and having no viscosity, is known as an ideal fluid. Ideal fluid is only an imaginary fluid as all the fluids, which exist, have some viscosity. Real fluid: A fluid, which possesses viscosity, is known as real fluid. All the fluids, in actual practice, are real fluids. Example : Water, Air etc. Newtonian fluid: A real fluid, in which shear stress in directly proportional to the rate of shear strain or velocity gradient,

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  15. Gabe, that's just standard US Government quality service (I'm really quite familiar with it all; I used to work for the US Navy as a civilian). DrD
  16. The document quality is pretty horrendous 😂
  17. This is a blog? It looks like a job ad to me. DrD
  18. Looks like you now have enough reading material to keep you busy for quite a while! I notice that, as usual, the quality of the document from DTIC is dismal; they must have the worst Xerox machines in captivity. DrD
  19. For future reference for anyone that comes across this post or is interested in more information. I came across this paper from 1972 by EW Clements: https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/746444.pdf "Shipboard Shock and Navy Devices for its Simulation", which goes into detail and actually measures impact velocities, peak anvil acceleration, and other relevant information.
  20. I guess I really didn't search hard enough. Thanks for finding this! I noticed in the paper that it refers to it as MIL-DTL-901D and I was looking for 901e. The difference being that the 901e is the most recent updated version, I didn't think to look for 901d. Again, thanks for the help, it's very much appreciated. This definitely will help me.
    I find this really useful. A nice refresher presentation.
  21. I hope I can get some help with this problem as I've been struggling with it for a long time. I have a helical tension spring with radius R and a square wire cross section and made of orthotropic material. I'm trying to derive an equation for the spring constant k by equating the energy stored by the spring 1/2 k x^2, where x is the distance stretched, with the energy stored U_t by a shaft under torsion of equivalent length so 1/2 k x^2=U_t As explained in the title, I have a particular situation because the material is orthotropic and the cross-section of the shaft is a rectangle as shown in the attached image. I already have an expression for the torsional rigidity GJ of an orthotropic rectangular shaft with shear moduli G_{zx} and G_{zy}: GJ=a b^3 G_{zx} [β] where [β] is a series where you sum from n=1,3,5... to infinity. When I equate 1/2 k x^2=U_t=(GJ/2L) [θ]^2 I can plug in [θ]=x/R (the angle the shaft has been twisted by is roughly equal to the angle each coil of the spring gets stretched by) so k=GJ/(L R^2) where L=2[π] R N_a and N_a are the number of active coils in the spring. To me the equation looks complete but the problem is that when I enter values like a=0.005m, b=0.0025m, G_{zx}=1159.1MPa, G_{zy}=974.3MPa, N_a=5, and R=0.01m I get k=632.642 instead of k=2780, which is the right answer. Since I have that the torque on the shaft is T=a b^3 G_{zx} [θ] [β] I tried other equations for U_t where U_t=(1/2) T [θ] or U_t=(T^2 L)/2GJ but none of the answers come even close, 198.75 and 62.4393. Am I doing something wrong when equating the two energies?
  22. Gabe, I found the attached article on the 'net. I have not read it through, but I'll bet it has some information for you. The internet also has tons of other information on this machine. DrD MediamWeightShockMachine.pdf
  23. Ah, Gabe! I knew I had seen that figure before, but I certainly did not remember the mil-spec designation! Sadly, really nothing is conserved all the way through the motion. Energy is conserved before the impact and after the impact, but energy is not conserved during the impact. This is where the coefficient of restitution stuff comes in. I would strongly suggest that you keep looking for more definition from the military. There has to be a more complete description, because without such, you cannot possibly have a standard test. If everybody has a different test machine, there is nothing standardized or comparable about the results. DrD
  24. This particular test is MIL-DTL-901e. The information given within the standard is essentially what I have provided. No detailed drawings of the shock machine showing complete dimensions, no information on materials of the hammer/anvil, no spring coefficients, really no information to allow you to fully model this test. That is why I will settle for ballpark numbers. But I appreciate you taking the time to try to assist me in this problem. I will take a look at the link you suggested and see if I can produce some numbers. I appreciate your response. It definitely would be useful if there were some available values in the spec and if I had access to a machine to use an accelerator to get readings would be ideal, but I don't have access to one.
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