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Generate Barcode In None Using Barcode creator for Office Excel Control to generate, create barcode image in Office Excel applications. Generate GS1  13 In Java Using Barcode generation for Android Control to generate, create EAN 13 image in Android applications. TABLE 6.17 Commercial Tolerances for TorsionSpring Coil Diameters
TABLE 6.18 EndPosition Tolerances (for D/d Ratios up to and Including 16) Belleville springs are used in two broad types of applications. First, they are used to provide very high loads with small deflections, as in stripper springs for punchpress dies, recoil mechanisms, and pressurerelief valves. Second, they are used for their special nonlinear loaddeflection curves, particularly those with a constantload portion. In loading a packing seal or a live center for a lathe, or in injection molding machines, Belleville washers can maintain a constant force throughout dimensional changes in the mechanical system resulting from wear, relaxation, or thermal change. The two types of performance depend on the ratio of height to thickness. Typical loaddeflection curves for various heightthickness ratios are shown in Fig. 6.26. Note that the curve for a small h/t ratio is nearly a straight line.At h/t = 1.41 the curve shows a nearly constant load for approximately the last 50 percent of deflection Downloaded from Digital Engineering Library @ McGrawHill (www.digitalengineeringlibrary.com) Copyright 2004 The McGrawHill Companies. All rights reserved. Any use is subject to the Terms of Use as given at the website. SPRINGS 6.42
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FIGURE 6.25 Belleville washer. (Associated Spring, Barnes Group Inc.) before the flat position. Above h/t = 1.41 the load decreases after reaching a peak. When h/t is 2.83 or more, the load will go negative at some point beyond flat and will require some force to be restored to its free position. In other words, the washer will turn inside out. The design equations given here are complex and may present a difficult challenge to the occasional designer. Use of charts and the equation transpositions presented here have proved helpful. Note that these equations are taken from the mathematical analysis by Almen and Laszlo [6.5]. The symbols used here are those originally used by the authors and may not necessarily agree with those used elsewhere in the text. FIGURE 6.26 Loaddeflection curves for Belleville washers with various h/t ratios. (Associated Spring, Barnes Group Inc.) Downloaded from Digital Engineering Library @ McGrawHill (www.digitalengineeringlibrary.com) Copyright 2004 The McGrawHill Companies. All rights reserved. Any use is subject to the Terms of Use as given at the website. SPRINGS 6.43
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6.7.1 Nomenclature a C1 C2 E f h ID M OD P Pf R Sc ST1 ST2 t T1 T2 OD/2, mm (in) Compressive stress constant (see formula and Fig. 6.28) Compressive stress constant (see formula and Fig. 6.28) Modulus of elasticity (see Table 6.19), MPa (psi) Deflection, mm (in) Inside height, mm (in) Inside diameter, mm (in) Constant Outside diameter, mm (in) Load, N (lb) Load at flat position, N (lb) OD/ID Compressive stress (Fig. 6.27), MPa (psi) Tensile stress (Fig. 6.27), MPa (psi) Tensile stress (Fig. 6.27), MPa (psi) Thickness, mm (in) Tensile stress constant (see formula and Fig. 6.29) Tensile stress constant (see formula and Fig. 6.29) Poisson s ratio (Table 6.19) 6.7.2 Basic Equations P= PF = Ef f (h f ) h t + t3 (1 2 )Ma2 2 Eht 3 (1 2 )Ma2
(6.39) (6.40) FIGURE 6.27 Higheststressed regions in Belleville washers. (Associated Spring, Barnes Group Inc.) Downloaded from Digital Engineering Library @ McGrawHill (www.digitalengineeringlibrary.com) Copyright 2004 The McGrawHill Companies. All rights reserved. Any use is subject to the Terms of Use as given at the website.

