Computer information technology modeling tribological systems

  • R. Sorokatyi Khmelnitskyi National University
  • A. Dykha Khmelnitskyi National University
  • O. Pasichnyk Khmelnitskyi National University
  • T. Skrypnyk Khmelnitskyi National University
Keywords: information technology, software, CAD/ CAM / CAE, triboelement method, design auto

Abstract

It has been proposed to use the triboelement method to improve the elements of information technology CAD / CAM / CAE - tribological systems. The method uses a unified mathematical apparatus and a methodological approach in modeling wear of various types of friction units and takes into account the requirements for the mathematical support of CAD / CAM / CAE systems. The mathematical support of information technology and the generalized algorithm for the interaction of the wear calculation module with the elements of CAD / CAM / CAE - systems have undergone sufficient testing through the implementation of software and verification of the calculation results.

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2020-06-01
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