Modelling of Strain Accumulation Process in Cyclically Loaded Transmission Belts

Barbara Zupancic and Igor Emri
Engineering University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Series: Electrical Engineering Developments
BISAC: TEC009010

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This book presents the analysis of time-dependent behaviour of polymeric (viscoelastic) materials under cyclic loading conditions that polymeric products, such as transmission belts, are exposed to during their operation. Time-dependent behaviour of cyclically loaded transmission belts is studied through the newly developed methodology for analyzing strain accumulation process that may be one of the mechanisms responsible for the hardening of material, crack formation, and ultimately for the failure of polymeric products. (Imprint: Novinka)

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

TIME-DEPENDENT BEHAVIOR OF POLYMERS

MODELLING OF THE TIME-DEPENDENT STRAIN ACCUMULATION PROCESS IN TRANSMISSION BELTS

STRAIN ACCUMULATION ANALYSIS

PROPOSED DESIGNING CRITERION FOR DURABILITY PREDICTION

DAB - “DURABILITY ANALISYS OF BELTS” SOFTWARE

CONCLUSION

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