Critical Speed Failure Mode of a Steel Driveshaft

Paper #:
  • 982764

Published:
  • 1998-11-16
DOI:
  • 10.4271/982764
Citation:
Periat, J. and Hickey, J., "Critical Speed Failure Mode of a Steel Driveshaft," SAE Technical Paper 982764, 1998, doi:10.4271/982764.
Pages:
6
Abstract:

This paper discusses the failure mode of a steel driveshaft as it goes into an unstable state as the shaft approaches its critical speed. Two axial buckling theories, Johnson and Euler, will be used to verify the cause of failure for a driveshaft exhibiting the phenomenon of catastrophic failure at its natural bending frequency.

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