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|Language of final thesis:||English|
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|Title of the thesis:||The stress-strain analysis of the backhoe ladle|
|Summary:||This diploma thesis is devoted to the stress-strain analysis of the backhoe ladle. The work is presented with FEM method for stress analysis. In the introduction, the work is devoted to the type of excavators that are commonly available in practice. In the following chapters, we describe the principle of creating a geometric model of the excavator ladle assembly that was created in the Autodesk Inventor CAD system. The resulting geometric model was then stored in the IGES format and imported into the Ansys Workbench environment. In this analysis, a nonlinear model was created with contacts and joints in all assembly linkages. Further, the work contains a description of the performance of FEM analysis. In the first case, this is a modal analysis to find 10 custom shapes and, finally, perform static analyzes to determine stresses across the cross-sections. These analyzes were created for different parts of a given set, considering different preloading states.|
|Key words:||backhoe ladle, stress strain analysis, Ansys workbench|
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