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|標題:||Theoretical approach to the solutions of axially loaded complex ropes||作者:||Yen, J.Y.
|關鍵字:||complex ropes;particle-motion model;finite-element model;twisted wire cables;spiral strands;stiffness||Project:||Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers||期刊/報告no：:||Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers, Volume 29, Issue 4, Page(s) 725-731.||摘要:||
A rational analysis procedure consisting of a complete cycle of systematic calculations has been developed for the theoretical solutions of problems in describing the behavior of axially loaded complex ropes consisting of wires and strands, which were simulated as particle-motion models. In essence, axial and rotational strains of a rope were specified. Constitutive relations of the loaded wires and strands were obtained through compatibility of motion requirements. Material law was then imposed to determine the internal force of each wire. Nonlinear equilibrium relations of wires were applied to describe the relationship among sectional stresses and external forces. The theory is used in the analysis of a 6 x 7 wire rope with an independent wire rope core (IWRC). Some solutions and comparisons to other research results have been provided. Results show that the recursive nature of the wire in the model enhanced the calculation of constitutive relations and made it easier to apply to the analysis of complex ropes having multiple orders.
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