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 Author: devitg Time: 03/03/06 16:30 PST This is a reply to message no. 17335 by john2005 Reply | Original Message | New Topic | List Topics | List Messages on This Topic
 Current Topic:Questions regarding maximum yield stress for standard hardened steel dowel pins Single shear strength is 130,000 psi.here is the solution your pin area shall be  a value the divide the force aplied to be less than  130,000 PSI by safety factorso  so if the pin has 1 Suare inch it will break when you apply a force bigger than 130,000 Pounds , or is the safety factor is 0,5 it will support up to 65,000.Hope you understand it you shall comply wit this ecuation[LOAD divided by  AREA]   shall be less than  [single shear strenght by safety factor]  [ 0.5 to 0.3]
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