SCIREA Journal of Mechanical Engineering (ISSN: 2995-7729)
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Abstract:This paper proposes the conception of full balance friction hoist shiplifts to supply the solution of the problems in layout of the main hoists, locking of the ship chamber under the thorough water leakage accident, and insufficiency of ship chamber pitch stability, existed in traditional full balance winch shiplifts for la
Abstract:In this paper, we describe a new type of a flexible retractor (universal fixator) and an assist arm with surgical instrument developed as substitutes for an abdominal retractor for use during surgery. The new assist arm as the retractor with surgical instrument can increase the efficiency of retraction function during surg
Abstract:The Finite Element (F.E.) analysis of a grip system of a servo hydraulic machine used for high speed tensile testing of polymers is here presented. State-of-the- art dynamometers use a slack adaptor to allow the machine to accelerate, in order to reach the nominal tensile speed before the load is applied, so that the entir
Abstract:In this article, introduces and reviews abrasive processes assisted by electrolytic in-process dressing (ELID) technique. This in situ dressing method is used for metal-bond wheels and is relatively new. As illustrated by the examples given below, the introduction of this technique has been highly successful when fine grain
Strelnikova E., Sirenko V., Gnitko V., Degtyarev K., Naumenko Yu.
Abstract:The issue of vibrations of fluid-filled compound shells is considered. The shell is supposed to be consisted of cylindrical and conical parts. The liquid is ideal and incompressible, and its motion is potential. The fluid pressure acting on the wetted shell surface is obtained from the linearized Bernoulli’s equation for a
Ma Quanjin, M R M Rejab, M S Idris, Bo Zhang, Nallapaneni Manoj Kumar
Abstract:Filament winding technique is an automated composite fabrication technique, which is mainly used to produce tubular structure such as storage tanks, vessels, missiles and rocket motor cases. In recent 20 years, filament winding technique has developed as a mature fabrication technology, which is depended on various applied
Abstract:An active form-grinding method is proposed to obtain excellent and stable contact performance of cylindrical gears by designing modification forms based on a predesigned controllable second-order transmission error function. First of all, a predesigned second-order transmission error polynomial function is assigned to the g
Abstract:A mini robot for operation into the patient body is designed , based on CAD and Solid works that can help surgeons to assist in surgeries, increase their dexterity and assist them with more reliable operations to the patients. The stress analysis was done to arrive at optimum parameters of the design. The robot manufactured
Khairulnizam Othman, M. Naim, M. Iqbal, Naomi, N. Izlynda, Suhairi Ismail
Abstract:Mechanical design pipe inspection robot with various pipe diameter adaptability and automatic traction force installing is developed for long distance inspection of main water pipe nondestructive evaluation and health monitoring with different diameter series. On the basis of analyzing the mechanical actions of the adaptati
Fatin NurFatiha Binti Jaafar, R. Kandasamy, Natasha Amira Binti Mohd Zailani
Abstract:The presence of chemical reaction in a non –Darcian permeable plate with thermal radiation which effect by certain works from Soret effects and non-uniform heat sources in convection of heat and mass transfer flow of a micropolar liquid with radiation over a stretching sheet are studied. The Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg method with