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Axial and Radial Loads On Sleeve Retaining Blocks

Axial and Radial Loads On Sleeve Retaining Blocks

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I have a sleeve with a varying OD 5.25" - 6", the ID is 5". The sleeve is retained on the shaft with 2 (2" x 1.5" x 2") retaining blocks. The sleeve is subject to 18,000 ft-lbs of torque. I need help in calculating the radial and axial loads on the retaining blocks from the torque on the sleeve.
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RE: Axial and Radial Loads On Sleeve Retaining Blocks

Please provide a dimensioned sketch of the situation and folk might be able to help, currently there is not sufficient information.

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