Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : CATIA and ANSYS


Rajat Yadav; Anas Islam; Kamal Sharma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 725-735

This manuscript comprises with FG (functionally graded) analysis and finite modeling element shell
frameworks under divergent loading like mechanical & thermal. The analysis of free vibration of FG
spherical shell framework has also been depicted. In respect to research the impact of significant aspects
on FG shell frameworks responses, divergent kinds of shells were deliberated. Here, responses were
attained for FG shells were compared to pure ceramic homogeneous shells (AI203) and EN 31 Steel (pure
metal) and it is perceived that FGM Shells responses were in between homogenous shells responses.
Furthermore, static analysis done on FG shell structure is to determine the circumferential and
longitudinal stress, strain and deformation. Furthermore, modal analysis is to be determining the natural

An analytical study of mechanical power transmitting by utilizing CATIA and ANSYS techniques

Aman Sharma; Rishabh Chaturvedi; Rajat Yadav

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 746-756

This paper involves the fundamentals of chain drive modeling through reverse engineering approach. In this examination chain drive is broke down utilizing finite element analysis for wellbeing and dependability. A cad model of chain drive is designed in CATIA V5 part module. Pre-processing and post- processing operations are done in ANSYS workbench.
In this project, we applied material properties of AISI 1050 steel, EN 8 steel, EN 32 steel, EN 19 steel and C45 steel at different vehicle speeds (40,60 and 80 km/hr) values for Von-Missies, total deformation, equivalent strains and stresses has been compared