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# A circular solid shaft rotating at n=1000n=1000 rpm suports a bending moment M=200M=200 klbf*in. Compute the...

A circular solid shaft rotating at n=1000n=1000 rpm suports a bending moment M=200M=200 klbf*in. Compute the life NN for shafts having four different diameters d1=2.6,d2=2.32,d3=1.93d1=2.6,d2=2.32,d3=1.93, and d4=4.16d4=4.16 inches. Material properties: SUT=200SUT=200 kpsi, Se=50Se=50 kpsi, f=0.8,Nt=103,Ne=106f=0.8,Nt=103,Ne=106.

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