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NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF DISK SPRING CONFIGURATIONS WITH REGARD TO LOAD CAPACITY OF SAFETY PROGRESSIVE GEARS

The paper investigates the effect of various disk spring package configurations on brake load of safety progressive gears. The numerical analysis is performed using the Abaqus/CAE software and the designed 3D models. The numerical results are then verified in experimental tests. The tests also examine the effect of lubrication on brake load of spring packages. In addition, the paper investigates the work conditions of safety progressive gears at emergency braking. The experimental results show agreement with the numerical results.
  • APA 6th style
Lonkwic, P., Różyło, P., & Usydus, I. (2016). Numerical analysis and experimental investigation of disk spring configurations with regard to load capacity of safety progressive gears. Applied Computer Science, 12(3), 5-16. 
  • Chicago style
Lonkwic, Paweł, Patryk Różyło, and Ireneusz Usydus. "Numerical Analysis and Experimental Investigation of Disk Spring Configurations with Regard to Load Capacity of Safety Progressive Gears." Applied Computer Science 12, no. 3 (2016): 5-16.
  • IEEE style
P. Lonkwic, P. Różyło, and I. Usydus, "Numerical analysis and experimental investigation of disk spring configurations with regard to load capacity of safety progressive gears," Applied Computer Science, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 5-16, 2016.
  • Vancouver style
Lonkwic P, Różyło P, Usydus I. Numerical analysis and experimental investigation of disk spring configurations with regard to load capacity of safety progressive gears. Applied Computer Science. 2016;12(3):5-16.
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