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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 01)
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Modal and Harmonic Analysis of Crankshaft for High-Power Drilling Pump

Yan Yifei and Shao Bing
Corresponding Author:  Yan Yifei 

Key words:  ANSYS, drilling pump, dynamic response, fatigue life, harmonic response, ,
Vol. 5 , (01): 154-160
Submitted Accepted Published
May 04, 2012 June 08, 2012 January 01, 2013

The crankshaft is very important in high-power drilling pump. The information on the vibration mode and frequency response is critical for the crankshaft to work normally in drilling pump. ANSYS finite element analysis software was used to implement the modal analysis of the crankshaft thus obtaining characteristic frequency and the corresponding vibration mode and then by the harmonic response analysis which was carried out based on the modal analysis, dynamic response of the crankshaft was obtained. The result shows that the working speed of crankshaft can avoid the region of sympathetic vibration effectively, no resonance will happen. The strength and fatigue life of crankshaft are also checked according to the stress results. The analysis also makes a base for the optimized design of dynamic performance of the crankshaft.
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Yan Yifei and Shao Bing, 2013. Modal and Harmonic Analysis of Crankshaft for High-Power Drilling Pump.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(01): 154-160.
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