Thickness of Spring Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Thickness of Spring = (Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque*(12*Length of Spring)/(Youngs Modulus*Width of Spring)^-1/3)
t = (Tci*(12*L)/(E*b)^-1/3)
This formula uses 5 Variables
Variables Used
Thickness of Spring - The Thickness of Spring is an important as Springs made of fat material are stiffer than those made of thin material.
Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque - Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque is defined as the controlling torque is provided by two phosphorous bronze flat coiled helical springs.
Length of Spring - Length of spring is defined as the actual length of a compression spring without any sort of load or force being placed on it.
Youngs Modulus - (Measured in Pascal) - Youngs Modulus is a mechanical property of linear elastic solid substances. It describes the relationship between longitudinal stress and longitudinal strain.
Width of Spring - Width of Spring is defined as the total width of the spring when measured in the extended form.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque: 34 --> No Conversion Required
Length of Spring: 11 --> No Conversion Required
Youngs Modulus: 10 Pascal --> 10 Pascal No Conversion Required
Width of Spring: 2 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
t = (Tci*(12*L)/(E*b)^-1/3) --> (34*(12*11)/(10*2)^-1/3)
Evaluating ... ...
t = 29920
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
29920 --> No Conversion Required
29920 <-- Thickness of Spring
(Calculation completed in 00.000 seconds)
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Thickness of Spring Formula

Thickness of Spring = (Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque*(12*Length of Spring)/(Youngs Modulus*Width of Spring)^-1/3)
t = (Tci*(12*L)/(E*b)^-1/3)

What is the spring constant k?

The letter k represents the “spring constant,” a number that essentially tells us how “stiff” a spring is. If you have a large value of k, that means more force is required to stretch it a certain length than you would need to stretch a less stiff spring the same length.

How to Calculate Thickness of Spring?

Thickness of Spring calculator uses Thickness of Spring = (Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque*(12*Length of Spring)/(Youngs Modulus*Width of Spring)^-1/3) to calculate the Thickness of Spring, The Thickness of Spring formula is defined as Long springs tend to be softer than short ones. if the change in mass is due only to thicker wire, the spring constant will increase. Springs made of fat material are stiffer than those made of thin material. Thickness of Spring is denoted by t symbol.

How to calculate Thickness of Spring using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Thickness of Spring, enter Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque (Tci), Length of Spring (L), Youngs Modulus (E) & Width of Spring (b) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Thickness of Spring calculation can be explained with given input values -> 29920 = (34*(12*11)/(10*2)^-1/3) .

FAQ

What is Thickness of Spring?
The Thickness of Spring formula is defined as Long springs tend to be softer than short ones. if the change in mass is due only to thicker wire, the spring constant will increase. Springs made of fat material are stiffer than those made of thin material and is represented as t = (Tci*(12*L)/(E*b)^-1/3) or Thickness of Spring = (Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque*(12*Length of Spring)/(Youngs Modulus*Width of Spring)^-1/3) . Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque is defined as the controlling torque is provided by two phosphorous bronze flat coiled helical springs, Length of spring is defined as the actual length of a compression spring without any sort of load or force being placed on it, Youngs Modulus is a mechanical property of linear elastic solid substances. It describes the relationship between longitudinal stress and longitudinal strain & Width of Spring is defined as the total width of the spring when measured in the extended form.
How to calculate Thickness of Spring?
The Thickness of Spring formula is defined as Long springs tend to be softer than short ones. if the change in mass is due only to thicker wire, the spring constant will increase. Springs made of fat material are stiffer than those made of thin material is calculated using Thickness of Spring = (Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque*(12*Length of Spring)/(Youngs Modulus*Width of Spring)^-1/3) . To calculate Thickness of Spring, you need Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque (Tci), Length of Spring (L), Youngs Modulus (E) & Width of Spring (b). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Flat Spiral Spring Controlling Torque, Length of Spring, Youngs Modulus & Width of Spring and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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