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Optimal design of large-size slit coupling
Yang QF(杨晴飞); Wang GM(王国民)
Conference NameSecond International Conference on Cloud Computing and Mechatronic Engineering
Source PublicationSPIE Second International Conference on Cloud Computing and Mechatronic Engineering
Conference Date2022-9-28
Conference PlaceChendu, China

In Ali’s original gravitational wave detection project,The gravitational wave detection telescope requires a large-size azimuth shaft coupling,while meeting the needs of a large number of cables and high torsional rigidity.Torsional stiffness needs to reach 1×10^5 N⋅m/rad.Due to its simple structure and convenient processing,the slit coupling can be widely used in the transmission of the azimuth shafting of the astronomical telescope.This paper uses finite element software to analyze and compare the key structural parameters of the slit coupling and optimize the torsional stiffness.A large-size slit coupling suitable for gravitational wave detection telescopes was designed in combination with project requirements,which meets the design requirements and has certain guiding significance for the design of other slit couplings.

Keywordcomponent Slit coupling finite element torsional stiffness torsional deformation
Subject Area天文技术与方法
Document Type会议论文
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Yang QF,Wang GM. Optimal design of large-size slit coupling[C],2022.
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