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The Effects of Oblique Running and Ideal Motion on Stress Analysis of Bridge Crane Wheels

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Mine Demirsoy

Department of Mechanical Engineering, DEU Faculty of Engineering, 35100 Bornova-İzmir, Turkey

J. Mech. Des 128(6), 1361-1365 (Sep 22, 2005) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.2218886 History: Received September 14, 2004; Revised September 22, 2005

In this study, the effects of oblique running and ideal motion on the stresses of bridge crane wheels were examined. The stresses on the crane wheels were calculated using the rotation angles and the forces. The commercial finite element package I-DEAS was used for the solution of the problem. The technical values of two double girder bridge cranes with 32 and 50ton carrying capacities and 18m crane span were used. Finally, the stresses caused by the oblique running were compared with the ideal motion. The numerical results show that the stress values increase by the oblique running.

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Wheel connections

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Side view of forces acting on the crane wheel

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Top view of forces acting on the crane wheel

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Von-Mises stress distribution of Q=32ton by ideal motion (α=0; θ=0)

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Von-Mises stress distribution of Q=32ton at cross section by ideal motion (α=0; θ=0)

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Von-Mises stress distribution of Q=50ton by ideal motion (α=0; θ=0)

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Von-Mises stress distribution of Q=50ton at cross section by ideal motion (α=0; θ=0)

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Von-Mises stress distribution of Q=32ton by oblique running (α=0.4rad; θ=0.0068rad)

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Von-Mises stress distribution of Q=32ton at cross section by oblique running (α=0.4rad; θ=0.0068rad)

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Von-Mises stress distribution of Q=50ton by oblique running (α=0.4rad; θ=0.0065rad)

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Von-Mises stress distribution of Q=50ton at cross section by oblique running (α=0.4rad; θ=0.0065rad)

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Comparison of ideal and oblique running with 32ton and 50ton carrying capacities

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