In mechanical design, symmetry is a powerful tool. The need for radial, spherical or even bilateral...
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My main concern would be the thread strength in the aluminum part. I would use a coarse pitch fastener as they are less likely to strip out. With the
Mathcad is a very useful tool for any type of engineer that does design work. Learn it, if at all possible. It is especially useful for simulations
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Your are absolutely spot on. And this is truly Sad. But ppl shld not make the confusion btw Engineer and Designer/CAD Modeler. You don't expect the same
OF course. FEA is never a necessity. It just help to lean your design faster when you go through several configuration... Which, as I understand Rambo3504
I'm looking into purchasing stainless steel bearings (Roller and/or Ball Bearing), Spherical or not. I have a hard time finding
Did you find a solution? I'm actually interested in the solution.
Hey, you probably are not interested in an answer now, but here is a quick answer. Strength-wise: fine pitch is better. But try to use coarse pitch unless
I would be surprised if I see a Mechanical Engineer department in a company have more than 5% of engineers that would be able to use Matlab (in general).
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If it doesn't get to much cyclic loading (reversal loading), then just do static calculation would be good. Other wise, unless your loading statically
Design Engineer majorly, but there are also people who will use it without being an engineer.
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if the shaft rotates it is subject to fatigue loads even if the load appears static...unless it is
I think the FEA simulation is not necessary.
It is suffice a white paper sheet, a pen and the levers theory
A Numerical simulation (FEA) will do it quickly and repeatedly with enduring accuracy during the design phase.