Design of Machine Elements

 
02nd-03rd June, 2020 Stockholm, Sweden

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Design of Machine Elements


Stockholm, Sweden

DAY 1
 
 
Session: Basics in Tribology – Friction

 

  • Coloumb friction
  • The components of friction
  • Adhesion/Abrasion
 
Session: Basics in Tribology – Wear

 

  • Classifications of wear
  • Archard’s law & wear prediction
Morning Coffee Break (20 Minutes)
 
Session: Basics in Tribology – Lubricants

 

  • Base fluid rheology
  • Kinematic- & dynamic viscosity
  • Lubricant viscosity grades
LUNCH BREAK (1 HOUR)
 
Tolerances and fits

 

  • ISO tolerance grades
  • Engineering fits (clearance, location or transition, and interference)
 
Session: Slider bearings – Dry and Marginally lubricated

 

  • Bearing types
  • Bearing materials
  • Dimensioning and design
AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK (20 MINUTES)
 
Session: Slider bearings – Hydrodynamically lubricated

 

  • Journal- & thrust bearings
  • Bearing materials
  • Dimensioning and design
 
Session: Rolling element bearings

 

  • History
  • Different types & configurations
  • Bearing life prediction
 
END OF DAY 1

 

DAY 2
 
 
Session: Brakes general theory

 

  • Principles for braking torque generation
  • Self-energising& self-locking mechanisms
 
Session:Disc brakes

 

  • Actuating force – Friction torque
  • Designfor optimal wearcharacteristics
  • Dimensioning
Morning Coffee Break (20 Minutes)
 
Session: Couplings

 

  • Different categories of shaft couplings
  • Accommodation of misalignments
 
Session: friction clutches

 

  • Working principle
  • Dry- & wet clutches
  • Design & dimensioning
LUNCH BREAK (1 HOUR)
 
Session: Bolted joints – Pre-tensioning, deformation and forces

 

  • Joint reaction forces
  • Joint stiffness
  • Bolt/screw strength
 
Session: Bolted joints – Thread mechanics, tightening & loosening torque

 

  • Metric threads
  • Pretensioning
AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK (20 MINUTES)
 
Session: Bolted joints – Thread mechanics, tightening & loosening torque

 

  • Fatigue& Failure
  • Effect of screw stiffness and dimensions
  • Modifications increasing fatigue life
 
Session: Torsion- and coil springs

 

  • Categories of springs
  • Torsion theory
  • Design & dimensioning
 
END OF THE COURSE

 

   

Our trainer is full Professor in Machine Elements and he has been active in research and education in the field since 2006 when he got his PhD in Tribology. As a teacher, he is responsible for a fundamentals in machine elements course, for engineering students at their 2nd and 3rd year of study (1 cycle). He also lectures machine elements at advanced level and gives a course on modelling and simulation of tribological processes (2 cycle). Our trainer is also engaged in 3rd cycle courses for PhD-students, mainly devoted to the modelling and simulation of various machine elements.

Our trainer contributes to the development of engineering education in his role as coordinator for the M.Sc. Programme in Engineering Physics, and he is the Editor-in-Chief for The Proceedings of the IMechE Part J – Journal of Engineering Tribology.

*Early Bird ends on 4th March 2020

 

 

 

FEE
899(Early bird Price)
999(usual Price)
Stockholm, Sweden(02nd-03rd June, 2020)

 

Registration fee only covers cost of all sessions, luncheon, coffee/tea & presentations. Fee does NOT include any travel or accommodation expenses. Fee is not inclusive of 8% Admin/Bank Charges.

 

Venue:

Venue (4-5 star Hotel) will be confirmed 4-6 weeks prior to the event to ensure we choose the best space for you, as the number of attendees varies significantly. Also, please note there will be a discounted accommodation rate for attendees.

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