Cotter joint is used to connect two rods subjected to compressive or axial tensile loads. It is not at all suitable to connect rotating shafts which transmit torque.Cotter joint is widely used to connect the piston rod and cross head of a steam engine,as a joint between the piston rod and the tailor pump rod, foundation bolt etc.In this article,I am going to publish about the Design Procedure for Cotter Joint.
The design procedure for KNUCKLE JOINT is made to calculate:
- Diameter of each rod
- Thickness of the cotter by emperical relationship
- Diameter of the spigot on the basis of tensile stress
- Shear failure
- Crushing failure of spigot etc.
The formulas required for knuckle joint to calculate the above conditions is shown below:
The remaining part for the design procedure of a cotter joint is presented in the form of video which is shown below.
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The detailed explanation for the design Procedure for Cotter Joint is shown below in the form of video.
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