Paper Title:
Strength Analysis of a Naval Gun Bracket in Marine Combat Conditions
  Abstract

In order to check the strength of a naval gun bracket, the model was established in CAD software firstly, and then exported into finite element software to establish the FEM model of the bracket. Loading inertia force simulated gun swing situation in the ocean, then the simulation process was calculated loading dynamic force. The stress curves of dangerous positions in bracket have been got and analyzed, indicating that the gun bracket design is reasonable. This research has some significance for designing and improving gun bracket, and it provides a reference to the factory strength test.

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Periodical
Chapter
Chapter 3: Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Edited by
Jiuba Wen, Fuxiao Chen, Ye Han and Huixuan Zhang
Pages
393-396
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.120.393
Citation
B. B. Hua, J. S. Ma, D. L. Wu, "Strength Analysis of a Naval Gun Bracket in Marine Combat Conditions", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 120, pp. 393-396, 2012
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October 2011
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