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Rotating Shaft Finite Element Analysis

Rotating Shaft Finite Element Analysis

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Dear All experienced members with rotating shaft. Please let me know the common practice followed in industriea to do a static analysis of the above shaft. Blie surfaces are bearings.There are torques and key forces.



Thank you very much for helping

RE: Rotating Shaft Finite Element Analysis

Hello Kaushik,

I came across a video in popular site recently which i can advice you to go through.

The video belongs to SapanPatel and if you type "sapan patel rotor" in the search bar, you will get there.

Cheers,
Hakan

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