Stresses in Rotating Disks & Rings

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Calculation of stresses in rotating Disks and Rings resulting from inertial forces

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This page includes simple equations for calulating the tangential and radial stresses in rotating disks and rings. The rotating disks /rings are assumed to have small thicknes compared to the diameters. The axial stress are assumed to be zero.

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07 Aug 2011
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07 Aug 2011
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Roy Beardmore
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