CAE Analysis of Primary Shaft Systems in Great Five-Axis Turning-Milling Complex CNC Machine
Keywords:CAE, static, primary shaft, stress, CNC
The design and analysis of primary shaft systems by using the commercial software of computer aided engineering (CAE) in the heavy industry field are novel. The research purpose is to provide the computational results for the construction of primary shaft systems in the five-axis turning-milling complex machine. The CAE with commercial software is used to analyze the linear static construction, stress and deformation for primary shaft systems in the great five-axis turning-milling complex computer numerical control (CNC) machine. It is desirable to compute and find the most external loads of primary shaft systems in the CNC machine which can be used to operate in safety condition and under its yield stress value of materials. The linear computational results of static stresses and displacements in primary shaft systems are obtained and investigated with the commercial SOLIDWORKS® 2014 simulation module.
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