You are on page 1of 15

MF 2005 & MF2006 Innovative design

Exam Tuesday January 8, 2013


Part 1
Time: 9.00 - 13.00

This exam consists of two parts:


Part 1:
Allowed aids:

Short questions (44p)


Writing and drawing materials, calculator
ANSWER IN THIS BOOKLET !

Part 2:

Investigating questions which require engineering based


considerations (36p)
The book Maskinelement by Karl-Olof Olsson, The book Machine
Elements in Mechanical Design by Robert L.Mott, Maskinelement
handbok, Formulas in solid mechanics, Karlebo handbok

Allowed aids:

Part 2 is given to you when you submit part 1

Name
Personal nr
Signature
No of separete
sheets:

GOOD LUCK !

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovativ konstruktion


Tenta 2013-01-08, Del 1

Sida 2(15)

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08, Part 1

Sida 3(15)

Part 1:
1. David Smith has in his book Exploring Innovation classified innovations based on
two main types of knowledge needed to create a product. These two types are system
knowledge and component knowledge. Four different types of innovations can then be
classified based on changes of components and/or system. Two of these can be
illustrated by the so called Technology S-curve shown below. Which are these two
types and how can we se it in the figure? (3p)

2. Sketch the torque as a function of the speed of an (AC ) induction motor. Mark
interesting torque levels and the operation point on the graph. (3p)

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08, Part 1

Sida 4(15)

3. Pre tensioning of the bolted joint in fig a below gives a force-deformation relation
according to fig b. We decide to change the bolt dimension to a weaker dimension,
e.g. from M10 to M8.
Draw a graph of the new force-deformation relation (in principle). Illustrate in the
graph how an external applied force is distributed on the bolt resp. flange? (3p)

Kraft

Skruv
Flns
s

f
Deformation
b

4. Give three solutions of axially locking of a single row deep groove ball bearing on a shaft. (3p)

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08, Part 1

Sida 5(15)

5. Give three ways that you can arrange the tension in a belt drive. (3p)

6. Enumerate the parameters having the greatest influence on the transmittable torque in a belt
transmission. (3p)

7. Name three different types of hydraulic motors / pumps (3p).

8. Suggest four ways to avoid the nut to loosen in a bolted joint. (2p).

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08, Part 1

Sida 6(15)

9. Suggest a stiffening of this design in the loaded direction. Sketch three different stiffening
solutions. (3p)

10. Give three examples of how to arrange for lubrication of a chain transmission. (3p)

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08, Part 1

11. A component is shown in the figure above (4p)


a. What is A pointing at?

_______________________________________________________
b. What is B pointing at?

_______________________________________________________

c. What is C pointing at?

_______________________________________________________

d. What kind of machine element is this?

_______________________________________________________

Sida 7(15)

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08, Part 1

Sida 8(15)

12. You must transmit a torque of 5 Nm to a hub with a friction joint

Which surface pressure is required in the joint, when =0,3, Ri=15mm, Ry=25mm
and l= 30mm? (4p)

13. You want a clearance fit that varies between 0,07 and 0,12 mm,
0
the dimension of the hole is 50

0,02

(3p)

give the tolerances for the shaft____________________________________________

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08, Part 1

Sida 9(15)

14. The drawing view shown below is an incomplete cut view of a rotationally symmetric
part. Add a view of the original part to the right with cut lines and add also missing
things like centerlines in the current view.
Dimension the two detail views (surface finish and tolerances are not needed)
NOTE: The body is rotationally symmetric (4p)

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08, Part 1

Sida 10(15)

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative design


Exam Tuesday January 8, 2013
Part 2
Part 2 include 36p
Time: 9.00 -13.00

Allowed aids:

The book Maskinelement by Karl-Olof Olsson, The book Machine


Elements in Mechanical Design by Robert L.Mott, Maskinelement
handbok, Formulas in solid mechanics, Karlebo handbok

ANSWER THE QUESTIONS ON A SEPARATE PAPER!


START ON A NEW SHEET FOR EACH QUESTION !
DONT WRITE AT THE BACK OF THE PAPER !

GOOD LUCK !

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08,Partl 2

Sida 13(15)

DEL 2 :
I. An ordinary electric mixer shown in the sketch below. It consists of an electric
motor and a transmission down to the two counter-rotating beaters. The electric
motor is mounted as symbolically drawn in the figure below (A).

The task is to construct the transmission from the engine to the beaters (box B).
You should present sketches (with dimensions) of the main components of
transmission, including shafts and bearings. (12p)

Describe the assumptions you make!

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08,Partl 2

Sida 14(15)

II. A pipe coupling for connecting pipes with an inner pressure of 10 MPa has been design and
is illustrated principally in the figure below. The coupling will be sealed using an o-ring
placed in a slot on one of the two halves. The main dimensions are shown in the right part
of the figure. OBS, the number of holes in the figure should not be seen as a final design, it
is part of this task to suggest the number of bolts for this flanged joint. (12p) .

Figure. Pipe coupling, left and main dimensions, right


Your task is to dimension the bolts in this bolted joint for the coupling.
The pressure in the pipes can vary between 5-10 MPa.
Given data:
Outer pipe diameter 70 mm
Thickness
5 mm
Inner pressure
5-10 MPa
Material SIS 1430, alt SIS 1330
Report your assumptions!

Maskinkonstruktion
KTH

MF2005 & MF2006 Innovative Design


Exam 2013-01-08,Partl 2

Sida 15(15)

III. A container with a hinged lid of 50kg is balanced using a counterweight, see figure below.
This container need to be placed close to a wall (1000 mm) that means that previous
solution for balancing the heavy lid is impossible to use in this case and need to be
redesigned.
Your task is to design a device/mechanism that can balance the lid of the container when it
is placed 100mm in front of a wall, see figure below.
Max weight of the device is max 100kg.
The container can either have a circular or rectangular bottom, its up to you.
Report your device, including modified container and lid, with dimensioned sketches and
calculations, where it is clear how your design solution is functioning! (12p)
Report your assumptions!

1000 mm

100 mm