Strategic selection, standard-compliant proof and confident optimisation
About the topic
Shaft-hub connections are used to transmit torque and forces between shafts and hubs and are among the most frequently used machine elements. A different type of connection is required depending on the practical application (load-carrying, frictional or positive-locking). The wide range of connection types and the broad range of applications for shaft-hub connections present engineers with challenges time and again in their selection and design.
The seminar gives you a systematic overview of the most common types of connection and relevant decision-making criteria in order to choose the best shaft-hub connection for your application in terms of functionality and cost. You also gain familiarity with the standard-compliant calculation process and its computer-based application.
- Duration: 1 day
Engineers and specialists in the fields of development, design and calculation. Teachers from educational institutions or experts from research institutions and testing companies.
- Efficient selection & optimisation: Get to know relevant criteria for the strategic selection of shaft-hub connections for your use case. Discover new potential for optimisation with regard to safety, reliability and efficiency.
- Progress: Update and expand your know-how in order to meet the increasing safety-related and economic requirements for shaft-hub connections perfectly.
- Competitive edge: Enhance your methodological expertise. As a result, you develop innovative products more quickly and more successfully than the competition.
- Reduce the liability risk: Bring your standardisation knowledge in the field of shaft-hub connections bang up to date. You thus ensure that your products are designed in accordance with the required engineering practices.
- Practical relevance: Learn how you can save time through the professional dimensioning of common shaft-hub connections with the help of modern calculations tools such as MDESIGN. You can then use MDESIGN mechanical in order to design, optimise and document shaft-hub connections confidently in your ongoing projects.