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Standard 1973-09

DIN 115-1:1973-09
Driving components; clamp couplings, dimensions, twisting

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Standard 1973-09

DIN 115-2:1973-09
Driving components, ring for clamp couplings, dimensions

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Standard 1971-12

DIN 116:1971-12
Driving Elements; Flange Couplings, Dimensions, Torques, Speeds

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Standard 1974-09

DIN 268:1974-09
Tangential Keys and Tangential Keyways for Alternating Shock Loads

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Standard 1974-09

DIN 271:1974-09
Tangential Keys and Tangential Keyways for Constant Loads

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Standard 2011-04

DIN 471:2011-04
Retaining rings for shafts - Normal type and heavy type

This document has been prepared by Working Committee NA 067-00-09 AA "Verbindungselemente ohne Gewinde" ("Fasteners without thread") at the Fasteners Standards Committee (FMV). This standard ...

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Standard 1986-08

DIN 740-1:1986-08
Power transmission engineering; flexible shaft couplings; technical delivery conditions

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Standard 1986-08

DIN 740-2:1986-08
Power transmission engineering; flexible shaft couplings; parameters and design principles

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Standard 2012-12

DIN 743 Beiblatt 1:2012-12
Calculation of load capacity of shafts and axles - Supplement 1: Examples to part 1 to 3

A large number of failures in mechanical engineering is due to damage to axles and shafts. The most frequent cause for this is fatigue failure (fatigue fractures, vibration fractures). In addition ...

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Standard 2012-12

DIN 743 Beiblatt 2:2012-12
Calculation of load capacity of shafts and axles - Supplement 2: Examples to part 4

A large number of failures in mechanical engineering is due to damage on axles and shafts. The most frequent cause for this is fatigue failure (fatigue fractures, vibration fractures). In addition ...

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