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The controls located in this paragraph serve for starting the design (optimization) functions of
the calculation. Spring design for the given ratios Ri/t, b/t, a0/t is started by moving one of the
scroll bars. When designing the spring the calculation is trying to optimize the dimensions so
that the strip thickness is as small as possible while keeping the required safety [1.27].
Note: The calculation will select the nearest suitable strip thickness out of the preferred series.
9.12 Check data.

This paragraph specifies the results of the strength check of the designed spring. The check is
carried out by comparing the permissible stress of the material used [1.20] with the actual stress
of the fully loaded spring. The resulting level of safety [9.18] should not drop under the required
value [1.27].
Lines [9.16, 9.17] are used to calculate theoretical values of the maximum working load and
spring stroke where the required level of safety for the designed spring will still be met.
Warning: Spring subjected to cyclic load must also be checked for potential fatigue damage –
see chapter [17].

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