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261 
 
T
18 mm
 
PROBLEM 3.1 
Determine the torque T that causes a maximum shearing stress of 70 MPa in the steel 
cylindrical shaft shown. 
 
SOLUTION 
 4max
3
max
3 6
;
2
2
(0.018 m) (70 10 Pa)
2
641.26 N m
\uf070\uf074
\uf070 \uf074
\uf070
\uf03d \uf03d
\uf03d
\uf03d \uf0b4
\uf03d \uf0d7
Tc J c
J
T c
 
641 N m\uf03d \uf0d7T \uf074\uf020
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262 
 
T
18 mm
 
PROBLEM 3.2 
For the cylindrical shaft shown, determine the maximum shearing stress caused by 
a torque of magnitude T \uf03d 800 N \uf0d7 m. 
 
SOLUTION 
 4max
max 3
3
6
;
2
2
2(800 N m)
(0.018 m)
87.328 10 Pa
\uf070\uf074
\uf074 \uf070
\uf070
\uf03d \uf03d
\uf03d
\uf0d7\uf03d
\uf03d \uf0b4
Tc J c
J
T
c
 
max 87.3 MPa\uf074 \uf03d \uf074\uf020
 
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263 
 
2.4 m
30 mm
45 mmT
 
PROBLEM 3.3 
(a) Determine the torque T that causes a maximum shearing stress of 
45 MPa in the hollow cylindrical steel shaft shown. (b) Determine the 
maximum shearing stress caused by the same torque T in a solid cylindrical 
shaft of the same cross-sectional area. 
 
SOLUTION 
(a) Given shaft: \uf028 \uf0294 42 1
4 4 6 4 6 4
6 6
3
3
2
(45 30 ) 5.1689 10 mm 5.1689 10 m
2
(5.1689 10 )(45 10 ) 5.1689 10 N m
45 10
J c c
J
Tc JT
J c
T
\uf070
\uf070
\uf074\uf074
\uf02d
\uf02d
\uf02d
\uf03d \uf02d
\uf03d \uf02d \uf03d \uf0b4 \uf03d \uf0b4
\uf03d \uf03d
\uf0b4 \uf0b4\uf03d \uf03d \uf0b4 \uf0d7\uf0b4
 
5.17 kN mT \uf03d \uf0d7 \uf074\uf020
(b) Solid shaft of same area: 
 
\uf028 \uf0292 2 2 2 3 22 1
2
4
3
3
6
3
(45 30 ) 3.5343 10 mm
or 33.541 mm
2,
2
(2)(5.1689 10 ) 87.2 10 Pa
(0.033541)
A c c
Ac A c
Tc TJ c
J c
\uf070 \uf070
\uf070 \uf070
\uf070 \uf074 \uf070
\uf074 \uf070
\uf03d \uf02d \uf03d \uf02d \uf03d \uf0b4
\uf03d \uf03d \uf03d
\uf03d \uf03d \uf03d
\uf0b4\uf03d \uf03d \uf0b4
 
87.2 MPa\uf074 \uf03d \uf074\uf020
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264 
 
3 in.
4 ft
T
 
PROBLEM 3.4 
(a) Determine the maximum shearing stress caused by a 40-kip \uf0d7 in. torque T in 
the 3-in.-diameter solid aluminum shaft shown. (b) Solve part a, assuming that 
the solid shaft has been replaced by a hollow shaft of the same outer diameter 
and of 1-in. inner diameter. 
 
SOLUTION 
(a) 
4
(40 kip in.)(1.5 in.)
(1.5 in.)
2
7.5451 ksi
\uf074
\uf070
\uf03d
\uf0d7\uf03d \uf0e6 \uf0f6\uf0e7 \uf0f7\uf0e8 \uf0f8
\uf03d
Tc
J
 
7.55 ksi\uf074 \uf03d \uf074\uf020
(b) 
4 4
(40 kip in.)(1.5 in.)
[(1.5 in.) (0.5 in.) ]
2
7.6394 ksi
\uf074
\uf070
\uf03d
\uf0d7\uf03d
\uf02d
\uf03d
Tc
J
 
7.64 ksi\uf074 \uf03d \uf074\uf020
 
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265 
 
T = 40 kip · in.
T'
3 in.
T'
T = 40 kip · in.
T
4 in.
(b)
(a)
 
PROBLEM 3.5 
(a) For the 3-in.-diameter solid cylinder and loading shown, determine the 
maximum shearing stress. (b) Determine the inner diameter of the 4-in.-
diameter hollow cylinder shown, for which the maximum stress is the 
same as in part a. 
 
SOLUTION 
(a) Solid shaft: 
4
1 1 (3.0 in.) 1.5 in.
2 2
 
2
\uf070
\uf03d \uf03d \uf03d
\uf03d
c d
J c
 
 max
3
3
2
2(40 kip in.)
(1.5 in.)
7.5451 ksi
\uf074
\uf070
\uf070
\uf03d
\uf03d
\uf0d7\uf03d
\uf03d
Tc
J
T
c
 
max 7.55 ksi\uf074 \uf03d \uf074\uf020
(b) Hollow shaft: 1 1 (4.0 in.) 2.0 in.
2 2
\uf03d \uf03d \uf03doc d 
 
\uf028 \uf0294 42
max
4 4
max
4
4
2
2(40 kip in.)(2.0 in.)(2.0 in.)
(7.5451 ksi)
9.2500 in 1.74395 in.
and 2 3.4879 in.
\uf070
\uf074
\uf070\uf074
\uf070
\uf02d\uf03d \uf03d
\uf03d \uf02d
\uf0d7\uf03d \uf02d
\uf03d \uf05c \uf03d
\uf03d \uf03d
o i
o o
o
i o
i
i i
c cJ T
c c
Tcc c
c
d c
 
3.49 in.id \uf03d \uf074\uf020
 
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266 
 
60 mm
30 mm
D
200 mmT \ufffd 3 kN · m
 
PROBLEM 3.6 
A torque 3 kN mT \uf03d \uf0d7 is applied to the solid bronze cylinder shown. 
Determine (a) the maximum shearing stress, (b) the shearing stress at point D 
which lies on a 15-mm-radius circle drawn on the end of the cylinder, (c) the 
percent of the torque carried by the portion of the cylinder within the 15-mm 
radius. 
 
SOLUTION 
(a) 3
4 3 4 6 4
3
3 3
6
6
1 30 mm 30 10 m
2
(30 10 ) 1.27235 10 m
2 2
3 kN 3 10 N
(3 10 )(30 10 ) 70.736 10 Pa
1.27235 10m
c d
J c
T
Tc
J
\uf070 \uf070
\uf074
\uf02d
\uf02d \uf02d
\uf02d
\uf02d
\uf03d \uf03d \uf03d \uf0b4
\uf03d \uf03d \uf0b4 \uf03d \uf0b4
\uf03d \uf03d \uf0b4
\uf0b4 \uf0b4\uf03d \uf03d \uf03d \uf0b4\uf0b4
 
 70.7 MPam\uf074 \uf03d \uf074 
(b) 315 mm 15 10 mD\uf072 \uf02d\uf03d \uf03d \uf0b4 
 
3 6
3
(15 10 )(70.736 10 )
(30 10 )
D
D c
\uf072\uf074 \uf074
\uf02d \uf02d
\uf02d
\uf0b4 \uf0b4\uf03d \uf03d \uf0b4 35.4 MPaD\uf074 \uf03d \uf074 
(c) 3
2
D D D D
D D D D
D D
T JT
J
\uf072 \uf074 \uf070\uf074 \uf072 \uf074\uf072\uf03d \uf03d \uf03d 
 
3 3 6
3
(15 10 ) (35.368 10 ) 187.5 N m
2
187.5100% (100%) 6.25%
3 10
D
D
T
T
T
\uf070 \uf02d\uf03d \uf0b4 \uf0b4 \uf03d \uf0d7
\uf0b4 \uf03d \uf03d\uf0b4 6.25% \uf074\uf020
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267 
 
4 in.
8 in.
ds
t 5 in.14
3 in.
D
C
A
B
T
 
PROBLEM 3.7 
The solid spindle AB is made of a steel with an allowable shearing stress of 
12 ksi, and sleeve CD is made of a brass with an allowable shearing stress 
of 7 ksi. Determine (a) the largest torque T that can be applied at A if the 
allowable shearing stress is not to be exceeded in sleeve CD, (b) the 
corresponding required value of the diameter sd of spindle AB. 
 
SOLUTION 
(a) Analysis of sleeve CD: 
\uf028 \uf029
2
1 2
4 4 4 4 4
2 1
3
3
2
1 1 (3) 1.5 in.
2 2
1.5 0.25 1.25 in.
= (1.5 1.25 ) 4.1172 in
2 2
(4.1172)(7 10 )= 19.21 10 lb in.
1.5
oc d
c c t
J c c
JT
c
\uf070 \uf070
\uf074
\uf03d \uf03d \uf03d
\uf03d \uf02d \uf03d \uf02d \uf03d
\uf02d \uf03d \uf02d \uf03d
\uf0b4\uf03d \uf03d \uf0b4 \uf0d7
 
 19.21 kip in.T \uf03d \uf0d7 \uf074\uf020
(b) Analysis of solid spindle AB: 
3
3 3
3
3
=
19.21 10 1.601 in
2 12 10
(2)(1.601) 1.006 in. 2s
Tc
J
J Tc
c
c d c
\uf074
\uf070
\uf074
\uf070
\uf0b4\uf03d \uf03d \uf03d \uf03d\uf0b4
\uf03d \uf03d \uf03d
 
 2.01 in.\uf03dd \uf074 
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268 
 
4 in.
8 in.
ds
t 5 in.14
3 in.
D
C
A
B
T
 
PROBLEM 3.8 
The solid spindle AB has a diameter ds \uf03d 1.5 in. and is made of a