Received Date : 11-March-2015
Published Online: 24-February-2017
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Summary. The article presents the results of numerical analysis whose aim was to compare the basic dynamic and strength parameters of lightweight load-carrying crane structures made of aluminium alloys and steel. The analysis covered the typical construction of workshop cranes with a span of 3 to 5 meters, girders in the form of an I-beam and maximum load capacities amounting to 5 tons. The values of stresses, deflections and natural frequencies were compared and then matched with the masses of the various structures. In the simulation a girder model was used and computed by the finite element method.
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GĄSKA,D., & HANISZEWSKI,T.(2016).MODELLING STUDIES ON THE USE OF ALUMINIUM ALLOYS IN LIGHTWEIGHT LOAD-CARRYING CRANE STRUCTURES.Transport Problems, 11(3), 13-20.doi:10.20858/tp.2016.11.3.2.
GĄSKA,Damian., and Tomasz HANISZEWSKI"MODELLING STUDIES ON THE USE OF ALUMINIUM ALLOYS IN LIGHTWEIGHT LOAD-CARRYING CRANE STRUCTURES"Transport Problems 11,no.3(2016):13-20doi:10.20858/tp.2016.11.3.2.
GĄSKA,Damian., and Tomasz HANISZEWSKI"MODELLING STUDIES ON THE USE OF ALUMINIUM ALLOYS IN LIGHTWEIGHT LOAD-CARRYING CRANE STRUCTURES"Transport Problems 11.no.3(2016):13-20doi:10.20858/tp.2016.11.3.2.
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