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Old   December 23, 2004, 07:30
Default Help: analysis of gear pump
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I am using starcd to analyze a gear pump. I am able to use moving mesh. but i cannot do layer removal/additon events on a cyclic a gear, because when remove grids on the tooth boundary, there are two boundaries on the collapse sides, it is error. how can do it? I need help.

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Old   February 11, 2005, 13:41
Default Re: Help: analysis of gear pump
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Hi ,

I'm a master student at Kocaeli university in Turkey,

in my study,I want to do Finite element analysis about gear pump's gear stress analysis.but I need information (knowledge) about gear pump and it's gear.I want to learn how can I choose gear pump's gear size (diemensions) and body ?Do you use X factors (sliding factor) in your gear pump's gear? I don't find gear pump analysis anywhere.please help me. I want to creat solid model with solidworks and I want to do analysis with ansys or cosmosworks.if you help me ,I will be happy very much.


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Old   March 10, 2005, 04:19
Default about gear pump & it's history
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Old   May 21, 2005, 14:57
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