Stress induced between cotter and socket collar

Q.  Stress induced on contact area between cotter and socket collar is ______
- Published on 14 Sep 15

a. Tensile stress
b. Direct shear stress
c. Crushing stress
d. None of the above

ANSWER: Crushing stress
 

    Discussion

  • Sravanthi   -Posted on 30 Oct 15
    1) Crushing stress:

    - Compressive stress acting on the contact area between two components having no relative motion between them is known as crushing stress.
    - Cotter joint is used to connect co-axial rods rigidly. They have no relative motion between cotter and socket collar.


    2) Tensile stress: It is the stress which tends the material to expand and increases length of the material in tensile direction.
    - Stress is measured in N / m2 or pascal.


    3) Direct shear stress: The component of stress coplanar with cross-section of a material is called as direct shear stress.
    - It is calculated using the formula: τ = F / A

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