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Jul 30, 2009

Analysis of Loader Arm of Pneumatic High speed Loader

This is a Mechanical project report on "analysis of loader arm of pneumatic high speed loader". The function of the loader arm of the high-speed pneumatic loader is to load the work piece from the conveyor belt into the die machine and vice-versa. The purpose of the work was to develop a Finite Element Model of the loader arm by using ANSYS Software. And with the help of the FEA model, the loader arm is optimized from stress and minimum deflection point of view. The knowledge of FEA and optimization is required to achieve the desired optimization in the existing structure. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

Analysis of Loader Arm of Pneumatic High speed Loader

This project aims to do evaluation of the loader arm and optimization of the arm from stress and minimum deflection point of view. While doing the analysis it is important to have a sound knowledge of the finite element analysis (FEA).

In the technique of evaluation, a finite detail version of the loader arm is created and it's analysis the usage of ANSYS software program is executed. The static force loading situation is analyzed. The shape is then optimized from pressure and minimal deflection factor of view.

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For the duration of optimization the structural geometry is various and its effect on the stresses and deflection precipitated are seen, distinct iterations are taken for converting the structural geometry and the respective deflection triggered in the loader arm are studied with the assist of ANSYS software, the software program affords with a graphical output of the stress evaluation of the structure.

In this manner the structural behavior of the arm is studied. The over all model of the structure was created and the required deflection and stress analysis was performed, it was found that the least deflection was obtained when the geometry of the structure was altered from the existing geometry. Use this report for your reference and study work.

Author: Suresh Arunachalam, Mohammed Naser Farooqui

Source: Blekinge Institute of Technology



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