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Finite Element Analysis on the Bearing Loads and Stress of Safety Helmets with an Extruded Structure
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 Title & Authors
Finite Element Analysis on the Bearing Loads and Stress of Safety Helmets with an Extruded Structure
Kim, Chung Kyun;
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 Abstract
This paper presents the finite element analysis results for bearing loads and stress distributions of safety helmets with an extruded structure. Five different analysis models with given same displacement load of 9.4mm have been analyzed for bearing loads and maximum von Mises stress. In these models, model 4 and model 5 are recommended as a maximum bearing load and low maximum stress for given displacement load of 9.4mm.
 Keywords
Safety helmet;Displacement load;Bearing load;Stress;FEM;
 Language
Korean
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