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Stress analysis and design of high-speed flexible mechanisms

Furong Tan

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Published
**1990** by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Series | Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 2 microfiches. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18682590M |

ISBN 10 | 0315565993 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 25553609 |

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C) lg81 Pergamon ~ Ltd. Optimum Design of High-Speed Flexible Mechanisms W. Cleghornt R. Fenton~t and B. Tabarrok Received for publication 25 November Abstract In recent years, considerable attention has been given to the analysis of flexible mechanisms.

Analysis procedures often involve representing members of a particular mechanism by finite elements, and solving the derived system of governing equations for deflections and by: Furthermore a method of dynamic stress analysis is presented to indicate the relationship between the dynamic stresses and the mechanism design parameters.

Several numerical examples illustrate. The stress analysis of this mechanism is carried out by using MBD analysis software (Adams). The results obtained by using the members of the mechanism as rigid in the theoretical equations method and the flexible multi body dynamic method in which the members are treated as flexible are compared and : J.

Anjaneyulu, G. Krishna Mohana Rao, G. Venkata Rao. The procedure is illustrated by a detailed analysis of a planar 4-bar angular function generating mechanism. The set of governing equations for the deflections about the rigid body trajectory of mechanism members is derived using the Lagrange equation.

These equations are discretized by the finite element by: It also enables the student to use computing as a means of learning stress analysis because writing a program is analogous to teaching—it is necessary to understand the subject matter.

The book Stress analysis and design of high-speed flexible mechanisms book by introducing the BASIC approach and the concept of stress analysis at first- and second-year undergraduate level. Synthesis and Optimization of Flexible Mechanisms.

the users can optimize and design its system from early pre-design sizing to detailed stress analysis using a single software in a GUI. Finite dynamic element analysis for high-speed flexible linkage mechanisms. Imam, G. Sandor and S.

Kraner, Deflection and stress analysis in high speed planar mechanisms with elastic links. ASME J. Engng Ind. 95, (). Sadler and G. Sandor, A lumped parameter approach to vibration and stress analysis of Cited by: Book WJ (), Modeling, design and control of flexible manipulators arms, PhD Thesis, MIT, Dept of Mechanical Engineering.

Book WJ (), Characterization of strength and stiffness constraints on manipulator control, Proc of Symp on Theory of Robots and Cited by: Updated and revised, this book presents the application of engineering design and analysis based on the approach of understanding the physical characteristics of a given problem and then modeling the important aspects of the physical system.

This third edition provides coverage of new topics including contact stress analysis, singularity functions, gear stresses, fasteners, shafts, and. Stress Fluctuation in High Speed Mechanisms In this paper analytical expressions are derived which describe the nature of the stress fluctuation induced in a member of a high speed mechanism.

For design applications a harmonic analysis of the stress fluctuation is presented and the results are expressed in a non-dimensional by: 1. Stress analysis is usually performed using finite element analysis (FEA) on a high-performance computer system. FEA is a numerical method to compute the maximum stress and strain in the device subject to the prescribed boundary and loading conditions through.

In the design of high speed machinery the solution of the kinematics problem alone may in certain cases not be sufficient due to the elastic nature of the mechanism parameters. A method of deflection analysis, suitable for computer programming, is presented here which is general for all planar linkages including multi-loop by: Holden-Day, New York ().

L Cleghorn, R. Fenton and H Tabarrok, Finite element analysis of high-speed flexible mechanisms Mechanism and Machine Theory 16(4), ().

9 W. Cleghorn, Analysis and Design of High-Speed Flexible Mechanisms Ph D. Dissertation, University of Toronto (). Cited by: STRESS ANALYSIS OF HIGH SPEED TURBOMACHINE A Project Report Submitted for Fulfilment of B.

Tech. In Mechanical Engineering By NAME: Suryakanta Swain RollME Under The Guidance of Prof. Suraj Kumar Behera Department of Mechanical Engineering National Institute of Technology Rourkela Behar L, Braibant V () Sensitivity analysis for optimization of flexible multi-body systems.

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Complete Details. This course is designed for the practicing engineer with an interest in the various aspects of stress analysis in mechanical engineering design, but who has had no solid experience or training in this important field. Recent developments in the field of computer methods in rigid-flexible multibody dynamics have been considerable, and have evolved due to the progress of numerical methods and computer technologies.

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