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Institute of Engineering & Technology Semester: I (2013)



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Subject Name: ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN
Subject Code: 710801N

Faculty: SUDEEP S KOLHAR

Sr
No
CHAPTER NO - 1 : GENERAL DESIGN ASPECTS Marks
1 Explain with neat sketch and suitable example Product life cycle. (Jan 2010) 06
2 Explain in brief i. Concurrent Engineering ii. Ethics in Engineering Design. (Jan 2010) 06
3
Explain the term related with Machine design Product life cycle, Ethics in design, Brain
storming. (Apr 2010)
06
4 Write a short note on concurrent Engg. (Apr 2010) 03
5 Write down the basic rules followed during the design of casting. (Apr 2010) 03
6 Discuss about ergonomics and aesthetic consideration in machine design. (Apr 2010) 04
7
Explain the following terms related to Machine Design.
(i) Product life cycle
(ii) Ethics in design
(iii) Brain storming (Jan 2011)
07
8
Discuss on Quality function deployment with reference to product design. (Jan 2011, July
2011)
07
9
Explain the following terms related to Machine Design.
(i) Product life cycle
(ii) Brain storming (July 2011)
07
10 Compare the concurrent engineering with traditional engineering.(July 2011) 07
11
Distinguish Technological Development Cycle and Product Development Cycle for a new
product development. (Feb 2012)
07
12
What is customer requirement? How customer requirements are correlated into product design
specification for New Product Development? (Feb 2012)
07
13 Write a note on concurrent engineering. (July 2012) 3.5
14 Write a note on product design and development. (July 2012) 3.5
15
List and explain the important basic design aspects to be considered in design of machine
components. (Jan 2013)
07
16 Explain in brief: Concurrent Engineering. (Jan 2013) 07

CHAPTER N0- 2 : DESIGN BASED ON VARIOUS MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
1 What is cumulative fatigue damage? Explain the linear damage rule. (Jan 2010) 06
2
What is mechanical reliability? Explain the terms i. Hazard rate ii. MTBF. (Jan 2010) 06
3
The work cycle of a mechanical component subjected to completely reversed bending stresses
consist of the following three elements;
(i) 350 N/mm
2
for 85 % of time
(ii) 400 N/mm
2
for 12 % of time
(iii) 500 N/mm
2
for 3 % of time
The material for the component is 50C4 having ultimate tensile strength 660 N/mm
2
and the
corrected endurance strength of the component is 280 N/mm
2
. Determine the life of the
component. (Jan 2010)
06
4
Explain the concept Design for Assembly. (Jan 2010) 06
5
Explain the design of machine tool spindle based on strength and rigidity criteria. (Apr 2010) 04

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What is creep? Why it occurs? (Apr 2010) 02
7
Define Reliability. Write down the equation to find out overall reliability for the
(i) n components are in series.
(ii) n components are parallel. (Apr 2010)
03
8
Explain with neat sketch limits, fits and tolerances. (Apr 2010) 03
9
Define fatigue failure. (Apr 2010) 02
10
Discuss on Design for strength. (Jan 2011, July 2011) 07
11
Discuss on Design for rigidity.(Jan 2011, July 2011) 07
12 Explain safe life v/s fail safe design criteria with suitable examples. (Jan 2011, July 2011) 07
13
What is creep? Explain Creep Relaxation, Creep Damage and Creep Fracture with
Mathematical Expressions and Graphs. (Feb 2012)
07
14
A rotating shaft subjected to a non-rotating force of 5 kN and simply supported between two
bearings A and E as shown in figure 1. The shaft is machined from plain carbon steel 30C8
(Sut = 500 N/mm
2
) and expected reliability is 90 %. The equivalent notch radius at the fillet
section can be taken as 3 mm. What is the life of the shaft? (Feb 2012)
07
15
A 60 mm diameter cold drawn steel bar is subjected to a completely reversed torque of 100
Nm and an applied bending moment that varies between 400 Nm and 200 Nm. The shaft has
a machined finish and has a 6 mm diameter hole drilled transversely through it. If the ultimate
tensile stress u and yield stress y of the material are 600 MPa and 420 MPa respectively, find
the factor of safety. (Feb 2012)
07
16
What is Mechanical Reliability? Explain Hazard Rate, Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
and System Reliability with mathematical expression. (Feb 2012)
07
17
What is rigidity? Explain how the rigidity of Mechanical Structure can be improved? (Feb
2012)
07
18
The boom AB of crane as shown in figure 2 is a uniform steel bar of length 10 m and area of
cross section 2500 mm
2
. A weight W is suspended while the crane is stationary. The cable
CDEBF is made of steel and has a cross section area of 100 mm
2
. Neglecting the effect of the
cable CDEB, find the equivalent spring constant of the system in vertical direction. (Feb 2012)
07
19 Discuss the safe life v/s life safe design concepts. July 2012) 3.5
20 Explain the design for manufacturing in detail. (July 2012) 07
21
Explain the designing against fracture. Discuss the different modes of crack face displacement
with neat sketches. (July 2012)
07
22 Explain the designing against creep. (July 2012) 03
23 Discuss the important design cases related to thermal stresses. (July 2012) 3.5
24
Write note on Design for Strength and Design for Rigidity with suitable example. (Jan
2013)
07
25
Based on design against fracture criteria discuss
1. Design of steam turbine rotor
2. Design of pressure vessel. (Jan 2013)
07
26
A support rod in a boiler carries a constant tensile stress of 68 MPa. The rod is made of
medium carbon steel for which following data are available.
Strain rate (hr
-1
) Stress (MPa) Temp. (C)
5 x 10
-3
136 540
5 x 10
-7
41 540
Calculate the life time of the rod at 540C before it elongates by 10%. (Jan 2013)
07
27 Write down the DFM guidelines for design of Forging. (Jan 2013) 07
28 Draw and explain Mortality Curve related with reliability. (Jan 2013) 07


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CHAPTER NO- 3 : TRIBOLOGY
1
A 75 mm diameter full journal bearing runs at 450 rpm. It is 75 mm long and is subjected to a
radial load of 2500 N. The bearing is lubricated with SAE 30 oil which flows into the bearing
at a temperature of 750 C. The radial clearance is 0.03 mm. Calculate power lost in friction
and temperature rise. Take at temp 750 C and for SAE 30 oil viscosity as 0.0165 X 10
-6
N /
mm
2
. (Jan 2010)
06
2
The developed view of a hydrostatic bearing is shown in figure 5.1. Consider the flow in the
direction shown by arrows and neglect the flow in the other direction and over corners. The
pressure distribution is linear as shown in figure 5.2. The thrust load is 500 KN and the film
thickness is 0.2 mm. the viscosity of the lubricant is 500 centipoise. Calculate the supply
pressure and flow requirement. All dimensions are in mm. (Jan 2010)
06
3
Define thick film and thin film lubrication. Differentiate between hydrodynamic and
hydrostatic lubrication. (Apr 2010)
06
4
Design a bearing and journal to support a load of 4500 N at 600 rev/min using a hardened steel
journal and a bronze backed Babbitt bearing. The bearing is lubricated by oil rings. Take room
temp.as 21
o
C and oil temp.as 80
o
C. Take the absolute viscosity of the oil is 0.01 kg/ms and
minimum bearing modulus for the journal and bearing is 2.85.Take the operating bearing
modulus=3 times Minimum bearing modulus, L/D ratio=1, diametral clearance ratio= 0.001
and factor to correct for end leakage=0.002 for the above case. (Apr 2010)
06
5
Define friction. Discuss methods to reduce friction. (Apr 2010) 03
6
Define Wear. Discuss types of wear. (Apr 2010) 03
7
Write down the assumption taken in determining static load carrying capacity of bearing, and
prove the equation to find out static load carrying capacity of rolling contact bearing. (Apr
2010)
06
8
Derive and explain Petroffs equation for lightly loaded bearing. (Jan 2011) 04
9
Determine the pressure distribution of a journal bearing with the following data.
Diameter of bearing, D = 30 mm
Length of bearing, L = 60 mm
Speed, N = 2000 rpm
Radial clearance, c = 0.02 mm
Inlet pressure = 0.3 MPa
Location of inlet hole = 300
0

Viscosity = 25 CP
Eccentricity ratio = 0.8. (Jan 2011)
10
10
Explain Porous Bearing. (Jan 2011) 04
11
The following data is given for a hydrostatic thrust bearing:
Shaft speed = 720 rpm
Shaft diameter = 400 mm
Recess diameter = 250 mm
Film thickness = 0.15 mm
Viscosity of lubricant = 30 CP
Specific gravity = 0.86
Specific heat = 1.75 kJ/kg
0
C
Supply pressure = 5 MPa
Calculate: (i) Load carrying capacity of the bearing.
(ii) Flow requirement
(iii) Pumping power loss
(iv) Frictional power loss
(v) Temperature rise.
Note: Assume that the total power loss in the bearing is converted in to frictional heat. (Jan
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2011)
12
Explain prediction of fatigue life of a ball bearing. (July 2011) 04
13
Design a journal bearing (using PSG data book) for centrifugal pump from the
following specifications:
Diameter of journal = 75 mm
Speed of journal = 1440 rpm
Load on each journal = 11.5 kN. (July 2011)
10
14
Explain Porous Bearing.(July 2011) 04
15
The following data is given for a hydrostatic thrust bearing:
Thrust load = 500 kN
Shaft speed = 720 rpm
Shaft diameter = 500 mm
Recess diameter = 300 mm
Film thickness = 0.15 mm
Viscosity of lubricant = 160 SUS
Specific gravity = 0.86
Calculate: (i) Supply pressure.
(ii) Flow requirement in lit/min.
(iii) Power loss in pumping
(iv) Frictional power loss (July 2011)
10
16
What is Wear? Explain the Mechanisms of Wear in journal bearings. (Feb 2012) 07
17
A machine journal bearing has a journal diameter of 150 mm and length of 120 mm. The
bearing diameter is 150.24 mm. It is operating with SAE 40 oil at 65oC.The shaft is carrying a
load of 8 kN and rotates at 960 rpm. Estimate the bearing coefficient of friction and power loss
using Petroffs equation. (Feb 2012)
07
18
Explain the wear and methods used to reduce it in detail. Explain the selection of materials in
case where the components are subjected to wear. (July 2012)
07
19
1. List the different theories of friction. Explain Bowden-Tabor adhesion theory of friction.
2. Write short notes on porous bearing and its applications. (July 2012)
07
20
Discuss the different modes of lubrication with neat sketches. (July 2012) 07
21 Explain the EHD lubrication in detail giving suitable examples. (July 2012) 3.5
22
1. Explain hydrostatic lubrication and constructional features of hydrostatic bearing design.
2. Differentiate clearly between hydrodynamic bearing and hydrostatic bearing with neat
sketches. (July 2012)
07
23
Design a journal bearing with the following specifications:
Journal diameter = 100 mm
Journal speed = 3000 rpm
Radial load = 15 kN (Jan 2013)
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CHAPTER NO- 4 : DYNAMIC DESIGN OF MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT`S
1
A precision milling machine is supported on four shock mounts, as shown in figure 3.1. The
elasticity and damping of each shock mount can be modeled as a spring and a viscous damper,
as shown in figure 3.2. Find the equivalent spring constant Keq and the equivalent damping
constant Ceq of the machine tool support in terms of the spring constant Ki and damping
constant Ci of the mounts. (Jan 2010)
06
2
A car moving over a rough road can be modeled considering (i) Weight of the car body,
Passengers, Seats, Front wheels: (ii) Elasticity of Tires (suspension), Main spring and Seats.
(iii) Damping of the Seats, Shock absorbers and Tires. Develop three mathematical models of
the system. (Apr 2010)
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Explain the modeling of machine tools used in design. (July 2012) 3.5
4 Explain dynamic characteristic of the cutting process in machine tool design. (Jan 2013) 07

CHAPTER NO- 5 : PRESSURE VESSEL DESIGN
1
A high pressure cylinder consists of a steel tube with inner and outer diameters of 25 mm and
45 mm respectively. It is jacketed by an outer steel tube with an outer diameter of 65 mm. The
tubes are assembled by a shrinking process in such a way that the maximum principal stress
induced in any tube is limited to 100 N/mm
2
. Calculate the interference pressure and original
dimensions of the tubes. Take E = 207 KN/mm
2
(Jan 2010)
06
2 Explain in detail Pressure Vessel Testing. (Jan 2010) 06
3
The cover of a cylindrical pressure vessel made of cast iron is of 25mm thickness. The
cylinder and gasket are made of cast iron and zinc whose thicknesses are 25mm and 5mm
respectively. The inner diameter is 500mm, and the internal pressure is limited to 2 Mpa. The
cover is fixed to the cylinder by means of 16 bolts of nominal diameter 20 mm. Each bolt is
initially tightened with a preload of 20 kN. The bolts are made of steel FeE 250
(yt=250N/mm
2
)
Assume
E steel =207 kN/mm
2

E cast iron =100 kN/mm
2

E zinc =90 kN/mm
2

Determine the factor of safety for bolts considering the effect of the gasket. (Apr 2010)

4
Explain (i) Autofrettage
(ii) Prestressing of thick cylinder (with wire and tape wound) (Jan 2011)
07
5
What should be the radial shrinkage pressure at the common surface of 120 mm diameter, if
the resultant stress at the inner peripheries of the inner and outer cylinder is to be same? The
internal diameter of the inner cylinder is 80 mm and external diameter of the outer cylinder is
150 mm and the compound cylinder in addition is subjected to internal pressure of 70 N/mm2.
Hence find what should be the initial difference in diameter at the common surface in order to
have the above radial shrinkage pressure? Also compare the its weight with that of single thick
cylinder in order to withstand this pressure with the same maximum hoop tension.
Take E = 2 x 105 N/mm2. (Jan 2011)
07
6
A thin cylinder made of light alloy having 200 mm internal diameter and 5 mm thick is wound
with single layer of steel tape 2 mm thick and width of 15 mm under a stress of 80 N/mm
2
. If
the resultant hoop stress in the cylinder is not to exceed 40 N/mm
2
. Find: (i) The maximum
internal pressure with which the fluid may be admitted in the cylinder. (ii) Maximum stress in
the tape. (iii) Thickness of single cylinder of same internal diameter with same allowable
resultant stress, when subjected to same fluid pressure. Assume = 0.25, EP / ET = 1 / 2.5.
(Jan 2011)
07
7
What is Autofrettage? Describe three methods of prestressing the cylinder. What are the
advantages of Autofrettage? (July 2011)
07
8
A chemical reactions chamber working at a temperature of 600 0C used steel bolts to tighten
two parts. The test on bolt material at this temperature resulted in to strain rates of 3 x 10-18 /
hr and 2 x 10-18 / hr at 30 MPa and 25 MPa stress level respectively. If the bolts are tightened
to a stress level of 70 MPa initially, calculate in what time the stress will be reduced to half
value. E = 1.4 x 105 MPa at 600
0
C. (July 2011)
07
9
A 200 mm diameter of C.I. pipe having 12 mm thickness is closely wound with layer of 5 mm
diameter steel wire under a tensile stress of 60 N/mm
2
. If the water under pressure of 3.5
N/mm
2
is admitted in to pipe. Find the stresses induced in the pipe and the steel wire.
EC = 1 x 105 N/mm
2
= EP, = 0.30, ES = 2 x 105 N/mm
2
= Steel. (July 2011)
07
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internal pressure of 25 MPa. Compare the relative merits of a single thick walled cylinder and
a composite cylinder with the inner cylinder whose internal and external diameters are 200mm
and 250 mm respectively. A tube of 250 mm internal diameter and 300 mm external diameter
is shrunk on the main cylinder. The safe tensile yield stress of the material is 110 MPa and the
stress set up at the junction due to shrinkage should not exceed 10 MPa. (Feb 2012)
11
Explain the materials and constructional features of high pressure vessels that can be
considered in design. (July 2012)
07
12
Explain in detail Pressure Vessel Testing (Jan 2013) 07

CHAPTER NO- 6 : ROTATING DISC AND ROTATING CYLINDER
1
Explain the stress distribution in solid rotating disc. (Jan 2010) 06
2
A disc of uniform thickness 500 mm diameter rotates at 5500 rpm. Determine the maximum
hoop stress and radial stress and draw the curves showing their variation, if the disc has a
central hole of 50 mm diameter. Assume density of disc material is 7.86 gm/cm
3
, poisons
ration = 0.3 and E = 200 KN/mm
2
. (Jan 2010)
06
3
Prove the equation for disk of uniform strength
ln (la /lb) = (
2
b
2
)/ (2 b)
Where la = Width at center
lb = width at rim
= Angular speed
b= Radius at outer periphery
= material density
b=stress value for material
a= Radius at inner periphery=Assume zero (Apr 2010)
06
4
A thin steel disk is to be used at 14000 r.p.m. as a rotating blade for cutting blocks of paper. It
will be of uniform thickness excepts where sharpened at the periphery. The outside diameter
may be taken as 250 mm. The disk is mounted on a shaft of 56 mm diameter and clamped
rigidly. Material of disk is AISI 1060, Unquenched with y =480 Mpa .Determine significant
stresses and factor of safety as per maximum shear stress theory of failure. Take Poissons
ratio for disk material is 0.3. (Apr 2010)
06
5
State and explain in brief the applications of Theory of Rotating discs in design of machine
components. (Jan 2011)
04
6
A disc of uniform thickness, 450 mm diameter rotates at 6000 rpm. Determine the maximum
hoop stress and radial stress. Draw the curves showing their variations, if
(i) If the disc is solid
(ii) If the disc has a central hole of 50 mm diameter.
Assume Density of disc material, = 7.86 gm/cm
3
,
= 0.3, Modulus of elasticity, E = 2 x 105 N/mm
2
. (Jan 2011)
10
7 Explain the stress distribution in a solid rotating disc. (July 2011) 04
8
A circular saw in the form of thin disc as shown in figure, rotating at 14000 rpm is used as a
rotating blade. The disc is mounted on the shaft. The yield stress for disc material, y = 480
MPa. Determine
(i) Maximum hoop stress in the disc.
(ii) Maximum radial stress in the disc.
(iii)Maximum shear stress in the disc.
(iv) Maximum radial displacement in the disc.
Given: Density of material, =7.8 gm/cm
3
, Poissons ratio, = 0.3, Modulus of elasticity, E =
2 x 105 N/mm
2
(July 2011)
10
9
Explain the design procedure of Rotating Disc with Uniform Thickness assuming usual
notations. Show the stress Distribution Curves. (Feb 2012)
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A thin disc is to be used as a rotating cutter. It is of uniform thickness except at the periphery
where it is sharpened. The outer diameter of the disc may be taken as 250 mm. the disc is
mounted on a 50 mm diameter shaft. Ignoring clamping force, calculate the safe speed for the
disc if the maximum stress is not to exceed 200 MN/m
2
. (Feb 2012)
07
11
Explain the Design procedure for Rotating Long Cylinder assuming the ends of cylinder are
fixed with usual notations. (Feb 2012)
07
12
A De-laval steam turbine rotor has 100 mm radius below the blade ring and is 6 mm thick. The
rotational speed is 24000 r.p.m. Find the rotor thickness at a radius of 50 mm. If the allowable
stress is 180 MPa. Assume that the disc is of uniform strength. Take r = 7800 Kg/m3. (July
2012)
04
13
Explain the theory of rotating disc with uniform thickness and uniform strength. (July 2012) 07
14
With diagram explain stress distribution in rotating disc with uniform thickness when disc is
(i) hollow (ii) solid. (Jan 2013)
07
15
A hollow disc of uniform thickness has outer and inner diameter of 500 mm and 200 mm
respectively. It rotates at 2400 rpm. Find the maximum radial and hoop stresses induced in it.
Take = 0.28 and = 7.8 gm/cm3. What will be the value of maximum radial stress if the disc
has small central hole? (Jan 2013)
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CHAPTER NO- 7 : MATERIAL HANDLING EQUPMENTS AND ITS ANALYSIS
1 Explain in brief, Recent trends in Material handling equipment design (Jan 2010) 06
2
Explain design procedure for the design of main girder with necessary design equations. (Jan
2010)
06
3
Classify material handling equipment. State technical factors responsible for choice of material
handling equipment. Give applications of material handling equipment. (Apr 2010)
06
4
Explain design procedure for the design of crane trolley wheels with necessary design
equations. (Jan 2011)
07
5 Explain the testing of main girder of EOT crane as per BIS. (Jan 2011) 07
6
Explain design procedure for the design of hooks for lifting hot metal ladles. Write only on
critical stress region and type of hook selection. (July 2011)
07
7 Explain the design procedure for Main Girder Design with usual notations. (Feb 2012) 07
8
I-section girder, 200mm wide by 300 mm depth flange and web of thickness is 20 mm is used
as simply supported beam for a span of 7 m. The girder carries a distributed load of 5 KN /m
and a concentrated load of 20 KN at mid-span. Determine
i. The second moment of area of the cross-section of the girder.
ii. The maximum stress set up. (Feb 2012)
07
9
Discuss the basic principles to be considered while designing the materials handling
equipments. (July 2012)
07
10
Design the of main girder of an E.O.T. crane (double girder type ) from
the following given data:
Load to be lifted = 250 kN Weight of hook = 4 kN
Weight of crab = 6.5 kN Span = 13.7 m
Height of lift = 5.5 m Hoisting speed = 1.5 m/min
Cross traverse speed = 10 m/min
Hollow rectangular cross section with height to width ratio = 2.5
Steel plate thickness = 10 mm
Permissible bending stress = 100 MPa (July 2012)
07
11
Explain the strength and rigidity base analysis of main girder of an E.O.T. crane in detail with
neat sketches along with design equations. (July 2012)
07
12
Design a Girder based on rigidity from the following data:
Load capacity = 75 kN
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Span = 10m
Strength = 120 N/mm
2

Girder section = I section
No of girder = 2
Plate thickness for I section = 10 mm
Permissible deformation = Span/700. (Jan 2013)
13
State and explain briefly the principles of material handling used for designing/selecting the
equipments. (Jan 2013)
07
14
Derive Stribecks equation for determination of static load carrying capacity of rolling contact
bearing. (Jan 2013)
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CHAPTER NO- 8 : GEAR DESIGN
1 Why the gear profile is corrected? Explain characteristics of corrected gears. (Jan 2010) 06
2
Design a pair of CI gear to transmit 12 KW having pinion speed of 200 rpm. The speed
reduction is 2:1. Assume face width is three times the circular pitch. The number of teeth on
pinion is 24. Take pressure angle is 14.50. The modulus of elasticity for pinion is 0.8 X 10
5

N/mm
2
. Errors in manufacturing is not to exceed 0.05 mm. The allowable bending stress for
CI is 45 N/mm
2
. Take elastic stress as 81 N/mm
2
and surface endurance limit 280 N/mm
2
for
gear pair. Check the design for all failures. (Jan 2010)
06
3
A pair of cast iron involute spur gear is to be designed to transmit 11.2 kW. Pinion has 24 teeth
and runs at 200r.p.m.Velocity ratio is 3 and face width of the gear is three times the circular
pitch. Pressure angle is 14.5
o
.Desing the Gears. If form factor is given as {0.124-(0.684/Z)}
and Working stress is {(50 200)/ (200+V)}.The Notation given in the equation has usual
meaning. (Apr 2010)
06
4 Write a short note on Gear material selection. (Apr 2010) 05
5 Write the names of gear manufacturing methods. (Apr 2010) 01
6
Helical gear of cast steel is required to transmit 37.5 kW at 1800 r.p.m. The helix angle is
30
o
.If the gear has 24 teeth, determine the necessary diametral pitch, pitch diameter and the
width of 20
o
full depth teeth. The allowable static stress for the gear material may be taken as
50 N/mm
2
.The width of face, parallel to the axis may be taken as 4 times the circular pitch.
Estimate the end thrust on the gear. Assume additional data if required. (Apr 2010)
06
7 Explain corrective gear design. (Jan 2011) 07
8
What do you mean by corrected gearing? In which situation such gears are used? Why? (July
2011)
07
9
What is profile correction of gears? Explain S0 and S corrected gears with characteristics of
corrected gears. (Feb 2012)
07
10 Discuss the recent advances in gear materials and its heat treatments in detail. (July 2012) 07
11
What do you mean by power rating of gears? Explain the gear rating as per BIS-4460-1967 in
detail. (July 2012)
07
12 Explain the procedure for determining the power rating of machine cut gears. (Jan 2013) 07
13
What do you understand by corrected gearing? In which situation such gears are used? Enlist
characteristics of corrected gears. (Jan 2013)
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