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The torque applied at D is 4 k-in and two solid steel shafts of the same diameter d are connected by the gears shown. If tall = 6 ksi in the shaft and f at D <= 3 find the required shaft diameter d. The bearings at (1) and (2) permit free rotation and G = 12000 ksi.
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