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Unformatted text preview: domain has two equivalent representations (displacements and forces). A zero UR domain is the rigid one. Figure 6 Clearance and force domain of the joint
Forces can be assembly forces (internal forces of the system) or external forces. The internal forces are depending of the assembly positions and the external forces are given by the using of the system. Most of time, the external forces are fixed. In this case, we 336 S. Samper, J.-P. Petit and M. Giordano can separate forces and compute the "central point of use" P if loaded O otherwise. An assembly torsor should be PQ measured in the force domain or in the displacement domain. The designer can by this way analyse loads and assembly in the same process. 5. CYLINDRICAL GEARS JOINT The gear joint is built with two gears as shown in figure 7. The components of the clearance torsor are Tx, Ry and Rx. They are limited by the contact conditions, and we obtain the set of contact torsors with a finite element analysis. This clearance domain is shown in...
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This note was uploaded on 08/03/2010 for the course DD 1234 taught by Professor Zczxc during the Spring '10 term at Magnolia Bible.
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