I have some clarification regarding the loading applied for flywheel. is this correct procedure?.
Shaft hole as fixed geometry
Torque : 250 Nm on outer face
Force : 10 KN on grooves
Attached the snap
is the direction of the force correct?
If ok , you can trust the study. However check your mesh.
i am not sure the direction of load
It depends a bit on what part of the flywheel you are interested in. A combined force i the direction of the belts might be a better solution than a pressure distribution on the surface (from the belt) if the spokes are your main concern. Take in to account that the rotational angle of the spokes with regards to the belt-force will give you different answers. Depending on you speed, centrifugal forces may come in to play also.
I am looking for complete flywheel analysis both rim and spokes. for this whether i need to consider the centrifugal force?
It depends on your rotational speed. With high rotational speed, the centrifugal forces may be the limiting factor. Not likely in a belt driven application like yours though.
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