July 11, 2020 at 10:37 amswa123Subscriber
I am quite new to the field of stress analysis of DC motors.I must give RPM & TORQUE as my input parameters to know about equivalent stresses and deformation
When it comes to DC motor analysis I do not know where to start
Please let me know what kind of analysis must be carried for the required input parameters
Any kind of response will be helpful
July 11, 2020 at 10:42 ampeteroznewmanSubscriber
What would you do with the stress information if you had it?
July 11, 2020 at 10:48 amswa123Subscriber
we would like to know how does the motor structure behave for the give load and rpm
So based on the stress and strain that is acting,we would like to alter the design of the motor components for its best structural stability
July 11, 2020 at 10:59 ampeteroznewmanSubscriber
Do you care about stress or deformation? It sounds like you care about deformation.
Please show the critical location that you most want to reduce the deformation of. Show where the housing is fixed to ground. Do you care about steady state deformation or also vibration? Torque will affect steady-state deformation but RPM will have no effect on steady-state deformation. Only if the rotor is unbalanced will RPM affect deformation, but that will be in the form of vibration, which is periodic motion.
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