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    DESIGN METHODS FOR NAVAL SHIPBOARD SYSTEMS - SECTION 243-1 - PART 1: PROPULSION SHAFTING

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

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    Publisher:  US Military Specs/Standards/Handbooks

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    1. SCOPE
       1.1 General
       1.2 Scope
    2. APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
       2.1 Government documents
       2.2 Non-Government publications
       2.3 Order of Precedence
    3. DEFINITIONS
       3.1 Usual meanings
       3.2 Abbreviations and symbols
       3.3 System of units
    4. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
       4.1 Design requirements
       4.2 Material selection
       4.3 Waterborne -vs- line shafting
       4.4 Solid or hollow shafts
       4.5 Hollow (bored) shafting
       4.6 Shafts with multiple bores
       4.7 Design nominal outside diameter of shafting
       4.8 Nominal outside diameter of waterborne shafting
       4.9 Nominal outside diameter of line shafting and thrust shaft
       4.10 In-air and waterborne conditions
       4.11 Bearing support points
       4.12 Design torque
       4.13 Steady and alternating stresses
       4.14 High localized stresses
       4.15 Alternating (vibratory) torsional shear stresses
       4.16 Vibration
       4.17 Gravity moments
       4.18 Shaft bore components
       4.19 Bending stresses and moments for waterborne shafting
       4.20 Shaft bending stress limit
       4.21 Factors of safety
       4.22 Treatment of clad weld inlays
       4.23 Submarine shaft sleeve groove-resultant alternating stress
            limit
       4.24 Propeller nut shaft threads undercut
    5. DETAILED REQUIREMENTS
       5.1 Design loads
       5.2 Stresses
       5.3 Clad weld inlay
       5.4 Shafting design equations
       5.5 Shafts with clad weld inlay
       5.6 Shafting components
       5.7 Design examples
    6. NOTES
       6.1 Intended use
       6.2 Issue of DODISS
       6.3 Conventions of arithmetic in numerical examples
    Figures
    Tables
    APPENDICES
    Appendix A. SAMPLE CALCULATIONS, SUBMARINE SHAFTING SYSTEM
             B. SAMPLE CALCULATIONS, SURFACE SHIP CONTROLLABLE
                PITCH PROPELLER SHAFTING SYSTEM

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    Applies to the propulsion shafting design of all naval ships, surface and submarine, single or multiple shaft.

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    Committee AREA GDRQ
    Development Note Supersedes MIL STD 2189/243 1 (09/2004)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher US Military Specs/Standards/Handbooks
    Status Current
    Supersedes

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