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Author: gjacc
Time: 01/26/00 07:41 PST
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Bending Stress in Pin
On a project I need to calculate the bending stress on a pin that has two joints attached.  For the bending stress in the pin under shear loading the formula I found was sigma=(Mc)/I which becomes sigma=((Ft/2)c)/I where F is shear force and t is total grip (thickness of connected parts.
The bending stresses I got using this formula seemed extremely high. Is there a better formula that can be used?

Thanks,
Greg
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