Proceeding of

1st Int. Conf. on Recent Trends & Research in Engineering and Science


21-23 March, 2015


Organized By

Padm. Dr. V. B. Kolte College of Engineering & Polytechnic, Malkapur



A Special Issue of

Indian Research Transaction (EISSN:2250-0804)


Advisory Committee

Dr. G. R. Bamnote

(Dean, Faculty of Engg, SGBAU Amravati)


Dr. B. E. Narkhede

(Vice President IIIE, Mumbai)


Dr. Md. Mamun Habib

(University Utara Malaysia (UUM, Malaysia)


Dr. C. R. Patil

(Prof. PRMIT&R Badnera, Amravati)


Dr. T. R. Deshmukh

(Prof. PRMIT&R Badnera, Amravati)


Dr. W. Z. Gandhare

(Principal, Govt. College of Engineering Amravati)


Dr. D. N. Kyatanavar

(Principal, SRESCOE Kopargaon)


Dr. U. Pendharkar

(Professor, Government Engineering College, Ujjain)


Dr. Ajit Thete

(Director, Centre for Development of Leadership in    Education Pvt Ltd, Aurangabad)


Technical Committee

Dr. M. T. Datar

Dr. S. K. Garg

Dr. Shrikaant Kulkarni

Shri. D. N. Patil

Dr. A. W. Kolte

Prof. Ajitabh Pateriya

Prof. P. K. Patil

Prof. S.N. Khachane

Prof. Parag Chourey

Prof. B.K.Chaudhari

Prof. N.A. Kharche

Prof. R.M. Choudhari

Prof. R. B. Pandhare

Prof. A.P. Jadhao

Prof. S.B. Jadhav

Prof. Santosh Raikar

Prof. Y.P. Sushir

Prof. B. M. Tayde



Prof. K. H. Walse


Research Publications, India



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Modelling and Analysis of Hydraulic Cylinder Using ANSYS Parametric Design Language

Pritish Tapare, Ajitabh Pateria, Yugesh Kharche


Many machines and machine mechanisms run under dynamic working conditions. The vibrations produced under dynamic conditions affect many important design parameters such as strength, production costs, productivity. Under this title we study, the vibration analysis of a hydraulic cylinder subjected to dynamic loads. Computer aided engineering (CAE) procedures are used to analyse the dynamic response of the cylinder walls. The finite element methods used in the analysis are applied by a computer aided design and analysis software ANSYS. The studies on the moving load are extended to the hydraulic cylinder .The finite element model of the cylinder is created. An ANSYS APDL code is developed to obtain the time-histories of the nodal excitation functions of the pressure loading created by the movement of the piston in cylinder. APDL stands for ANSYS Parametric Design Language, a scripting language that one can use to automate the common tasks or even building the model in term of parameters.

2015 International Journal of Computer Science and Applications 

Published by Research Publications, India