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Experimental study of the deformed state of metal structures of load trolleys of overhead cranes with a multipurpose layout drawing

Journal: Nauchno-tekhnicheskiy vestnik Bryanskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta (Vol.9, No. 1)

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Page : 59-70

Keywords : overhead crane; load trolley; metal structures; multipurpose layout drawing; experimental studies; deformations;

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Deformations of the supporting metal structures of machines for various purposes have a significant impact on the performance of the equipment installed on them. Insufficient rigidity of a metal structure can cause jamming and failure of drive elements and working bodies of material handling, construction and road machines, the operation of which is associated with the impact of high static and dynamic loads. Therefore, when designing new structural schemes of load-bearing metal structures, special attention must be paid to the issue of ensuring the necessary rigidity. The presented work contains the results of an experimental assessment of the deformed state of physical models of the metal structures of load trolleys of overhead cranes, made on the basis of a multipurpose layout drawing using various types of connections of bearing elements. The article reflects information about the methodology of experimental research, describes the features of the physical models of metal structures used in the course of the experiment. The data on the vertical displacements of the control points of metal structures when using various loading schemes are given. An assessment was made of the influence of the type of applied connections of load-bearing elements on the features of the resulting deformed state of the metal structure. A comparative analysis of experimental data and calculated values of vertical displacements of points of metal structures obtained as a result of computer simulation of the formed state using various finite element models is performed.

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