Software Webinar

KISSsoft

Bearing Calculation with Shaft Design

An introduction to the most technologically advanced and comprehensive gear design analysis software

Detailed description:

KISSsoft is a modular calculation programme for the design, optimization and verification of machine elements according to international standards. The individually customized software packages for a wide variety of applications guarantee tailor-made solutions and the integrations to all common CAD software complete the product.

The KISSsoft and KISSsys calculation programs are very comprehensive. Due to the modular structure, it can be used in a wide range of areas: Industrial gearboxes, vehicle construction, bearing and gear manufacturing, precision mechanics, plastics, turbo gearbox manufacturing, wind power, ship-building and further specialist areas.

Shafts & Bearings

The shaft and bearing calculation are fully integrated in KISSsoft. Among other things, shaft strengths and rating life of bearings are calculated optionally considering internal geometry (ISO TS 16281). The calculation can include several coaxial shafts and their connecting bearings. Torsion and bending-critical Eigen frequencies of the shafts are determined.

This webinar aims to showcase the KissSoft software and an example of a bearing calculation (and how it is integrated into a shaft design).

Date:

12 June 2024

Time:

15:30 – 16:30 (GMT+8) Singapore

Topics covered during the presentation:

  • Recap of Shaft module:
    -Basic data, geometry, deflection, load application, tolerances
  • Bearing calculation:
    -Basic life and modified life
    -Results and Analysis
  • Case study
  • Questions and Answers

Speakers

Ashley Ng

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Course Name

Software Recap and Calculation of Shaft

Course Date:

12 June 2024

Time:

15:30 – 16:30 (GMT+8) Singapore

Venue:

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Registration Form

Free webinar, but registration is required.

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