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Title: 3D Modeling Of Machine Tools For Designers.
Other Titles: 3D Моделювання металорізальних верстатів для конструкторів.
3D Моделирование металлорежущих станков для конструкторов.
Authors: Krol, O.S.
Кроль, О.С.
Sokolov, V.I.
Соколов, В.І.
Соколов, В.И.
Keywords: Metal-cutting machine tools
housing parts
finite element method
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Krol O.S. 3D Modeling Of Machine Tools For Designers : monograph / O.S. Krol, V.I. Sokolov. – Sofia: Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House of Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2018. – 140 p.: Table. 7. Fig. 127. Bibliogr. 57 names. English language. - DOI:
Abstract: The monograph deals with the problems of constructing and exploring three-dimensional models of projected metal-cutting machines. The toolkit of solid models creation for the equipment of milling-boring-boring type in the environment of integrated CAD KOMPAS-3D is resulted. Features and effective methods of constructing components of machine and tool systems, drives of main motion and rotary tables, tool storage and tool positioners are considered. The effectiveness of using in the design process methods and means of structures parameterization and photorealistic representation in the Artisan Rendering module is shown. Great attention is paid to 3D modeling of the carrier system and the most complex housing parts of the machines. A study of spindle nodes by the finite element method was carried out using the APM FEM module on the basis of their 3D models. New design solutions are proposed relating to the tooth belt transmissions of the chevron profile and the zero-gap worm gears in the form of 3D models. For specialists in the field of three-dimensional modeling and research of machine tools, scientists, lecturers, graduate students and students.
Appears in Collections:Соколов Володимир Ілліч
Кроль Олег Соломонович
Монографії вчених університету
Монографії/ кафедра машинобудування та прикладної механіки

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