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Machine Foundation Analysis and Design
 
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1 GENERAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
2 FOUNDATIONS AND STRUCTURES FOR VIBRATING MACHINERY
2.1 Scope
2.2 Definitions
2.3 Design criteria for all heavy machinery
2.4 Design criteria for reciprocating machinery
2.5 Design criteria for rotary machinery
2.6 Design criteria of light vibrating machinery
3 LOADING OF MACHINE FOUNDATIONS
3.1 Static loads
3.2 Rotating machine loads
3.3 Reciprocating machine loads
3.4 Impulsive machine loads
3.5 Loading conditions

Calculation Reference
Design for Machine Vibration
FOUNDATIONS AND STRUCTURES FOR VIBRATING MACHINERY
Rotating machine loads

Submitted By:
Turan Babacan (BABACAN)
Submitted On:
16 Jun 2014
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File Author:
Turan Babacan
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Comments: 7
JohnDoyle[Admin] 10 months ago
Welcome to ExcelCalcs. May I refer you here to a FAQ [url=/frequently-asked-questions/excelcalcs-faqs/trouble-with-units?/]Trouble with Units[/url]
KNKEngineering 10 months ago
Hi There,
I am new to the program. Can English Units be used for machine foundation calcs?
rbj 3 years ago
How are the excitation forces determined that are to be input into the software ?

rbj
JohnDoyle[Admin] 4 years ago
See [url=https://www.excelcalcs.com/frequently-asked-questions/excelcalcs-faqs/trouble-with-units?/]FAQ Units[/url]
mbhatti 4 years ago
I like Machine Foundation and many others. How can I use them for English Units like Fett and pounds etc and not metric???

Thanks

Max Bhatti
CedarCorp 4 years ago
Wondering about whether the checks for the foundation/equipment ratio changes for rotary (3 x machine weight) and reciprocating (5 x machine weight) - right now it seems locked to 5 x weight for reciprocating
JohnDoyle[Admin] 5 years ago
Not content with covering all aspects of civil and structural engineering I see you are starting to encroach on the ground of the mechanical engineer! Amazing stuff Turan (again!)

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