Effect of Load variation and thickness on deflection and operating stress of wave spring IJTSRD
Wave springs are used for load bearing into assemblies. When force applied to the spring, load is gradual or abrupt. Typically wave spring will occupy an extremely small space after compressions. In this paper effect of change in thickness of wave spring on the deflection of spring and on operating stress is studied. This study leads towards the impact of thickness change under different load condition. The result reveals that after increasing the thickness from 0.1181 to 0.23622 inch, drastically decrement noticed in the deflection as well as operating stress for different loading condition in wave spring. Study shows the deflection for two different spring materials (nickel and beryllium copper) considering different parameters that help to choose best spring material.
By Hardik C. Tekwani | Dhruv D. Joshi”Effect of Load variation and thickness on deflection and operating stress of wave spring”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018,
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