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A Study on the Dynamic Stability of Heavy Press Considering Rotational Speed
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A Study on the Dynamic Stability of Heavy Press Considering Rotational Speed
Shin, Min Jae; Kim, Chae Sil; Keum, Chang Min; Kim, Jae Min;
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This article describes the determination of the dynamic stability for a heavy press, particularly considering rotational speed. A finite element model of the driving parts for the heavy press was generated. We also applied boundary conditions and dynamic loads considering the driving conditions. Modal analysis was conducted using the finite element construction model. Therefore, no resonance was identified with the comparison between the results of the modal analysis and vibration excitation frequency by the gear tooth. In addition, the stress distribution of the driving parts for press was determined using transient analysis. As compared to the yield strength of the material, the dynamic stability the heavy press was confirmed.
Heavy press;Dynamic stability;Transient analysis;Natural frequency;Modal analysis;
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