Papers by Keyword: Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

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Authors: Choon Yeol Lee, Il Sup Chung, Young Suck Chai
Abstract: A pressure plate, a component of the clutch system, was analyzed by two-dimensional and three-dimensional finite element method under three major load conditions of thermal loading due to temperature distribution, centrifugal force and contact pressure of diaphragm spring. The results show that the effects of thermal loading and contact pressure of diaphragm spring are important, which suggests the direction of design improvement. A hub plate was also analyzed with finite element modeling. A stress concentration occurs around the fillet region around the window in the plate where the fracture analysis is executed to find the stress intensity factors. These results will be used as the fundamental data for design improvement of the shapes of pressure plates and hub plates.
Authors: Dan Jiang, Ping Yang, Kun Jiang
Abstract: As a type of solid state switch, MR (magnetoresistive) sensor detects the air cylinder piston’s position in pneumatic control system. The construction and working principle of the air cylinder with MR sensor are introduced. Using 2-D magnetic field finite element analysis (FEA) method, the magnetic field distribution of air cylinder with piston motion is analyzed. Simulation results are given. The magnetic flux density characteristics are compared between piston wear or not.
Authors: Ying Zhou, Ming Hui Huang, Da Heng Mao, Tao Liang
Abstract: Three-dimensional FEM simulations of fluid-thermal analysis of the fluid fields including the front-box and the 3C-style nozzle of aluminum roll-casting was performed by using FLOTRAN module of ANSYS. The advanced result analysis based on post-processing of ANSYS was conducted by MATLAB. According to the allowable inhomogeneity and its application of velocity and temperature at outlet, the most possible broken regions of aluminum sheets at outlet could be predicted in the case of speed increasing of the drawing-sheet and thickness reducing of the aluminium sheet during roll casting.
Authors: Da Wei Sun, Kang Ping Wang, Guo Dong Zhang, Hui Qin Yao
Abstract: 3D finite element mesh for a 270m high CFRD was generated with advanced grid discretion technology. Adopting EI-Centro seismic wave with maximum horizontal acceleration 0.277g, dynamic response of this 270m high concrete faced rockfill dam was obtained by equivalent linearization method. Using residual strain model, the permanent deformation of the dam was obtained. Calculation results showed that the maximum acceleration and displacement of dam body, dynamic stress of face slab and deformation of joints are all within normal range. Therefore, the safety of dam would be guaranteed when it is subjected to 7 degree earthquake.
Authors: Mohamed Osman, Dian Tao Zhang, Yun Xiang Tong, Yu Feng Zheng, Li Li
Abstract: Equal channel angular pressing (ECAP) is widely studied for its potential to produce ultra-fine grained (UFG) structure in TiNi shape memory alloys (SMA). In the present work, the effect of multipass ECAP parameters on the deformation behavior and strain distribution was investigated, at various deformation temperatures through different planes in the ECAPed billet. Three-dimensional (3D) geometric model with corner angle 120 was designed by finite element method (FEM) software for ECAPing Ti-50.8%Ni by route Bc in DEFORM-3D software. Two methods were used to quantify deformation homogeneity through various planes in the processed billet, including strain standard deviation (SSD) and inhomogenity index (Ci). The simulation results demonstrate that by increasing ECAP passes, the cumulative average strain can increase and obtain UFG structure, but heterogeneity still exist across planes. In addition, temperature has a remarkable effect on homogeneity distribution .As well as Ci exhibits good results for multipass ECAP at various deformation temperature compared to SSD value.
Authors: Qiang Song
Abstract: Magnetic flux leakage (MFL) is a non-destructive testing method used to inspect ferrous materials. However, apparatus parameters could affect the MFL inspection tool’s ability to characterize anomalies. In this paper, MFL signals obtained during the inspection of pipes have been simulated using three-dimensional finite element analysis and the effects of magnet assembly on MFL signals are investigated. According to numerical simulations, an increase in the leakage flux amplitude is observed with an increase in the permanent magnet size and the inflexion point may indicate the presence of magnetizing pipe wall to near saturation. It clearly illustrates degradation in the MFL with increasing backing iron length. The relationship between MFL apparatus parameters and MFL signals could be utilized in the MFL technique to characterize the defect.
Authors: Wei Yu, Qiang Feng, Cheng Zu Ren
Abstract: Abrasive machining is widely used as final machining process. It is still challenged to investigate the fundamental knowledge on the formation mechanism of groove and pile-up in single abrasive particle cutting. A 3D finite element analysis model to simulate single abrasive particle scratching on bearing steel (52100) workpiece with low cutting speed is proposed. An adaptive meshing technique is applied to handle large mesh deformation problem of the scratching process. The formation process of groove and pile-up for workpiece material is indentified qualitatively. The simulated results show that cutting speed has little effect on lateral profile. The height and area of pile-up increase with increase of depth of cut.
Authors: Rui Tao Peng, Fang Lu, Xin Zi Tang, Yuan Qiang Tan
Abstract: In order to reveal the adjustment principle of prestressed cutting on the residual stress of hardened bearing steel GCr15, a three-dimensional thermal elastic-viscoplastic finite element model was developed using an Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian (ALE) formulation. Several key simulation techniques including the material constitutive model, constitutive damage law and contact with friction were discussed, simulation of chip formation during prestressed cutting was successfully conducted. At the prestresses of 0 MPa, 341 MPa and 568 MPa, distributions of residual stress on machined surface were simulated and experimentally verified. The results indicated that residual compressive stress on machined surface were achieved and actively adjusted by utilizing the prestressed cutting method; meanwhile, within the elastic limit of bearing steel material, the higher applied prestress leads to the more prominent compressive residual stress in the surface layer and subsequently the higher fatigue resistance of the part.
Authors: Bin Zheng, Yong Qi Liu, Rui Xiang Liu, Jian Meng
Abstract: In this paper, with the ANSYS, stress distribution and safety factor of crankshaft were analyzed by using 3D finite element method. The results show that the exposed destructive position is the transition circular bead location of the crank web and the crankpin. Maximum stress is 118 MPa. Safety factor is 2.72. Maximum deformation is 0.773 mm. Crankshaft satisfies the design requirement.
Authors: Xiao Feng Lu, Cui Zhao
Abstract: Based on the finite element analysis software ABAQUS, a sequentially coupled fillet welding thermal-stress calculation program was developed to simulate the plate close welding structure. The welding temperature fields and the stress/strain distributions of plate sealing joint of the hydrogenation heat exchanger were obtained. The simulation results showed that there existed higher stress near the fillet weld sealing joint zone and the maximum stress at the start welding point, the plastic strain of the weld joint was lager and a strain mutation occurred on the weld overlay .The analysis of the calculation result provides theory references for controlling the welding residual stress and it’s of great significance to improve the reliability and safety of hydrogenation heat exchanger.
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