Tension relationships for steel cable on notched stumps Public Deposited

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Graduation date: 1982

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  • Tension relationships were determined in steel cable passed through a stump notch and anchored to another object. Tensions were measured in the cable coming into and leaving the notch with one full wrap on the stump. Data was collected from two sites with two test stumps (15.7 to 37.5 inches inside notch diameter) per site and two cable sizes (3/4 and 7/16 inch diameter) per stump. Tensions measured in the cable coming into the notch ranged from 4063 to 18701 pounds. Results show that the coefficient of static friction as determined assuming the V-belt tension equations increases with increased inside notch stump diameter and increased cable site. The coefficient of friction decreases with increased cable tension. A regression equation was developed incorporating these variables. The mean coefficient of friction was 0.1768. This represents a 9.22 to 1 ratio of cable tensions coming into and leaving the notch with a full wrap (3600) on the stump.
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