ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC LOADING OF IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION OF A TANK CONTAINER UNDER OPERATIONAL LOAD MODES

Berita Biologi

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Title ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC LOADING OF IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION OF A TANK CONTAINER UNDER OPERATIONAL LOAD MODES
 
Creator Fomin, Oleksij; State University of Infrastructure and Technology
Lovska, Alyona; Ukrainian State University оf Railway Transport
Gorobchenko, Oleksandr; State University of Infrastructure and Technology
Turpak, Serhii; Zaporizhzhya National Technical University
Kyrychenko, Iryna; East Ukrainian National University named after V. Dal
Burlutski, Oleksii; Ukrainian State University оf Railway Transport
 
Subject tank container; supporting structure; fittings; dynamic loading; maneuvering collisions
 
Description An increase in the volume of bulk cargo transportation through international transport corridors necessitates the commissioning of tank containers. Intermodalization of a tank container predetermines its load in various operating conditions depending on the type of vehicle on which it is carried: aviation, sea, air or rail. The analysis of the operating conditions of tank containers, as well as the regulatory documents governing their workload, led to the conclusion that the most dynamic loads acting on the supporting structures during transportation by rail. Namely, during the maneuvering collision of a wagon-platform, on which there are tank containers. In this case, it is stipulated that for a loaded tank container, the dynamic load is assumed to be 4g, and for an empty (for the purpose of checking the reinforcement) – 5g. It is important to note that when the tank container is underfilled with bulk cargo and taking into account movements of fittings relative to fittings, the maximum value of dynamic load can reach significantly larger values. Therefore, in order to ensure the strength of tank containers, an improvement of their structures has been proposed by introducing elastic-viscous bonds into the fittings.To determine the dynamic loading of the tank container, taking into account the improvement measures, mathematical models have been compiled, taking into account the presence of elastic, viscous and elastic-viscous bonds between the fittings, stops and fittings. It is established that the elastic bond does not fully compensate for the dynamic loads acting on the tank container. The results of mathematical modeling of dynamic loading, taking into account the presence of viscous and elastic-viscous coupling in the fittings, made it possible to conclude that the maximum accelerations per tank container do not exceed the normalized values.The determination of the dynamic loading of the tank container is also carried out by computer simulation using the finite element method. The calculation takes place in the software package CosmosWorks. The maximum values of accelerations are obtained, as well as their distribution fields relative to the supporting structure of the tank container.The developed models are verified by the Fisher criterion. The research will contribute to the creation of tank containers with improved technical, operational, as well as environmental characteristics and an increase in the efficiency of the liquid cargo transportation process through international transport corridors.
 
Publisher Company "Scientific Route"
 
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Date 2019-03-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion


 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://eu-jr.eu/engineering/article/view/876
10.21303/2461-4262.2019.00876
 
Source EUREKA: Physics and Engineering; No 2 (2019); 61-70
EUREKA: Physics and Engineering; No 2 (2019); 61-70
2461-4262
2461-4254
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://eu-jr.eu/engineering/article/view/876/874
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Oleksij Fomin, Alyona Lovska, Oleksandr Gorobchenko, Serhii Turpak, Iryna Kyrychenko, Oleksii Burlutski
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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