Paper Title:
Finite Element Stress Analysis on Structure of Hydraulic Support
  Abstract

This paper mainly has stress analysis on the structure of hydraulic support, the analysis results largely reflect the force characteristics of support. The method using the finite element can deal with the structure strength question that the conventional mechanical method can not deal with and makes the result more safe and reliable.

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Chapter
Chapter 1: Material Engineering and its Application
Edited by
Helen Zhang and David Jin
Pages
84-87
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.321.84
Citation
L. M. Cao, Q. L. Zeng, X. Y. Xiao, J. Cui, "Finite Element Stress Analysis on Structure of Hydraulic Support", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 321, pp. 84-87, 2011
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August 2011
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