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Title: Numerična analiza deformacijskega stanja poligonskih zvez pesta in gredi Jezernik, Klemen (Author)Ren, Zoran (Mentor) More about this mentor... Borovinšek, Matej (Co-mentor) UN_Jezernik_Klemen_2015.pdf (2,41 MB) Slovenian Undergraduate thesis (m5) 2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis FS - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering V diplomskem delu je predstavljena primerjava analitičnega in numeričnega načina preračuna poligonskih zvez. Analitičen preračun temelji na teoretično-empiričnih enačbah iz standarda, medtem ko je numeričen preračun narejen z metodo končnih elementov v programu Abaqus FEA. Preračuni so bili narejeni z dvema standardnima oblikama poligonske zveze (tri- in štiristranska konfiguracija) enakega nazivnega premera. Primerjava je pokazala, da numerični rezultati dobro sovpadajo z analitičnim, razen na majhnem območju v bližini robov, kjer se lahko numerična napaka zanemari. strojni elementi, poligonske zveze pesta in gredi, analiza napetostnega stanja, metoda končnih elementov 2015 [K. Jezernik] Maribor 519.6:621.82(043.2) 19373846 URN:SI:UM:DK:WUOEMP41 701 46 KTFMB - FS

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Language: English Numerical analysis of deformation state of polygon shaft and wheel connections Thesis presents a comparison of analytical and numerical calculation of polygonal connections. Analytical calculation is based on theoretical-empirical equations from standard, while numerical calculation was performed with finite element method using Abaqus FEA software package. Calculations were made on two standard profiles (three and four sided configuration) of polygonal connections with the same nominal diameter. Comparison showed that the numerical results corresponded well to the analytical results, except on a small area in close proximity to the edge, where numerical error can be neglected. machine elements, polygon shaft and wheel connections, stress analysis, finite element method, finite element analysis