# FREE Double Shear Pin Calculator

Double Shear Pins are the most common pins used. This simple calculator allows you to get the stresses on the pin and bearings quickly with out headaches.

Unlike other online calculators, this free calculator allows for gaps and calculates the bending moments on the pin.

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Units
Force, P ( lb)
d1 ( in)
t1 ( in)
t2 ( in)
t3 ( in)
c ( in)
Gap, g1 ( in)
Gap, g2 ( in)
Yield Stress, Pin ( ksi)
Force Area Stress
Pin Shear nan lb 0 in^2 nan psi
Bearing Area, t1 ( in^2) nan lb 0 in^2 nan psi
Bearing Area, t2 ( in^2) 0 lb 0 in^2 nan psi
Bearing Area, t3 ( in^2) nan lb 0 in^2 nan psi
Section Modulus 0 in^3
Moment of Inertia 0 in^4
Effective Bending Length 0 in
Maximum Moment nan in-lb
Pin Stresses
Normal Stress nan psi
Shear Stress Only nan psi nan DF
Principle Normal Stress nan psi nan DF
Principle Shear Stress nan psi nan DF
Notes:
1. The bearing area for t2 takes into account the offset loading, c. If the load is offset, the bearing area is reduced to give the stress of a symmetric loading

Corey Rasmussen

Corey is the Managing Director of the Mentored Engineer and owner of Rasmussen Designs. He received his BSME from Baylor University and holds a professional engineering license in North Carolina and Texas. He has been an engineer since 2002 with extensive experience in engineering design, fabrication and troubleshooting. He specializes in mobile equipment, hydraulic systems and machine design. He has two patents

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