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Study on the Linear Static Structural Analysis Error of Helical Compression Springs
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 Title & Authors
Study on the Linear Static Structural Analysis Error of Helical Compression Springs
Jang, Sang Chan; Kang, Jung Ho;
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 Abstract
Helical compression springs have been widely used in industries. The springs should be verified through experiment whether the inherent characteristics of the spring can be maintained during the manufacturing process. Considerable time and expense is spent in the manufacturing process. Therefore, in this study, the structural integrity evaluation of a spring was conducted using linear static structural analysis. Verification and comparison of the experimental data were carried out using a variety of international industrial standards with the intent to prove the validity of this study. The spring model did not consider coil ends. As a result of conducting the structural analysis, the quality of the mesh was improved and the time needed to create an analytical model was reduced. The study indicated that Poisson`s ratio had little influence on the result of the structural analysis. Additionally, the possibility of verifying the structural integrity evaluation by structural analysis was confirmed.
 Keywords
Helical Compression Spring;Spring Constant;Poisson`s Ratio;Structural Integrity Evaluation;Linear Static Structural Analysis;
 Language
Korean
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