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The fatigue life estimates in Table 6.7 are guideline values which should be used only where specific data are unavailable. The values are conservative, and most springs designed using them will exceed the anticipated lives.
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6.4.4 Dynamic Loading under Impact When a spring is loaded or unloaded, a surge wave is established which transmits torsional stress from the point of load along the spring s length to the point of restraint. The surge wave will travel at a velocity approximately one-tenth that of a normal, torsional-stress wave. The velocity of the torsional-stress wave VT, in meters per second (m/s) [inches per second (in/s)], is given by VT = 10.1 Gg m/s or VT = Gg in/s (6.7)
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The velocity of the surge wave Vs varies with material and design but is usually in the range of 50 to 500 m/s. The surge wave limits the rate at which a spring can absorb or release energy by limiting the impact velocity V. Impact velocity is defined as the spring velocity parallel to the spring axis and is a function of stress and material as shown: V 10.1S g 2 G m/s or V S g 2 G in/s (6.8)
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For steel, this reduces to V= S 35.5 m/s or V= S 131 in/s (6.9)
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If a spring is compressed to a given stress level and released instantaneously, the maximum spring velocity is the stress divided by 35.5. Similarly, if the spring is loaded at known velocity, the instantaneous stress can be calculated. At very high load velocities, the instantaneous stress will exceed the stress calculated by the conventional equation. This will limit design performance. Since the surge wave travels the length of the spring, springs loaded at high velocity often are subject to resonance.
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6.4.5 Dynamic Loading Resonance A spring experiences resonance when the frequency of cyclic loading is near the natural frequency or a multiple of it. Resonance can cause an individual coil to deflect to stress levels above those predicted by static stress analysis. Resonance can also cause the spring to bounce, resulting in loads lower than calculated. To avoid these effects, the natural frequency should be a minimum of 13 times the operating frequency. For a compression spring with both ends fixed and no damper, the natural frequency in International System (SI) units is n= 1.12(10 3)d D2Na Gg (6.10)
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For steel, this equation becomes n= 3.5(10 5)d D2Na (6.11)
where n = frequency in hertz (Hz). The corresponding equation in U.S. Customary System (USCS) units is n= and for steel we have n= 14(103)d D2Na (6.13) d 9D2Na Gg (6.12)
If the spring cannot be designed to have a natural frequency more than 13 times the operating frequency, energy dampers may be employed. They are generally friction devices which rub against the coils. Often, variable-pitch springs are used to minimize resonance effects. 6.4.6 Rectangular-Wire Springs In applications where high loads and relatively low stresses are required but solid height is also restricted, rectangular wire can be used to increase the material volume while maintaining the maximum solid-height limitation. Springs made of rectangular wire with the long side of the wire cross section perpendicular to the axis of the coils can store more energy in a smaller space than an equivalent, round-wire spring. When rectangular wire is coiled, it changes from a rectangular to a keystone shape, as shown in Fig. 6.11. Similarly, if the wire is made to the keystone shape, it will become rectangular after coiling. The cross-sectional distortion can be approximated by t1 = t C + 0.5 C (6.14)
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