Report template

In addition to the possibility of modifying the report using the included html editor, Disc Spring Solver allows the user to create and use a report template in order to make more easy for the user to place the wanted data everywhere in the report and to save this report configuration.

To load a template you just need to load an html file selecting "Load a template" from the "Report" menu.

To let Disc Spring Solver know where to put the wanted data into the template, you need to insert, during the html report template (you can use the included html editor or your favorite editor), some special strings that will be replaced with the wanted value (or picture) once that the template has been loaded in Disc Spring Solver.
You need also to insert some special comments inside the report html code in order to let Disc Spring Solver know which components of the report are desired.

In the included example template, that you can also find here (of course you can not see picturs because link are at the moment replaced by the strings that you can find in the list "Strings for pictures"), all the strings and all the comments that you need are shown, you can see below the list of all the elements (strings and comments) and the values used to replace them (if the value to replace has not been calculated, the string will be replaced with "N/A"):

Dimensions and friction strings

STRING
VALUE
STRING
VALUE
OD mm
Outside diameter, mm
OD in
Outside diameter, in
ID mm
Inside diameter, mm
ID in
Inside diameter, in
H mm
Height, mm
H in
Height, in
Thick mm
Thickness, mm
Thick in
Thickness, in
RThick mm
Reduced thickness, mm
RThick in
Reduced thickness, in
FH mm
Free height, mm
FH in
Free height, in
TempC
Temperature, °C
TempF
Temperature, °F
Used material
Construction material
 
 
YModulus N
Young's module, N/mm²
YModulus Lb
Young's module, lbs/in²
PoissonRatio
Poisson ratio
ThickRatio
Reduced thickness/ thickness ratio
Annulus mm
Annulus width, mm
Annulus in
Annulus width, in
Base Angle
Base angle
Base Angle rad
Base angle, rad
Weight Kg
Weight, mm
Weight lbs
Weight, lbs
Rings use
Use of rings
 
 
ERD mm
External ring diameter, mm
ERD in
External ring diameter, in
IRD mm
Internal ring diameter, mm
IRD in
Internal ring diameter, in
Friction state
Friction consideration
 
 
Coeff border
Coef. of edge friction
Coeff coating
Coef. of surface friction
Other frictions %
Other terms influence on friction, %
Considered springs
Other terms influence is considered for each spring?
Used algorithm
Used algorithm
 
 

Strings - Characteristic values

STRING
VALUE
STRING
VALUE
25% FH single mm
25% of the free height of a single disc spring, mm
25% FH single in
25% of the free height of a single disc spring, in
50% FH single mm
50% of the free height of a single disc spring, mm
50% FH single in
50% of the free height of a single disc spring, in
75% FH single mm
75% of the free height of a single disc spring, mm
75% FH single in
75% of the free height of a single disc spring, in
100% FH single mm
100% of the free height of a single disc spring, mm
100% FH single in
100% of the free height of a single disc spring, in
Load 25% single N
Load for a deflection = 25% of the free height for a single disc spring, N
Load 25% single lb
Load for a deflection = 25% of the free height for a single disc spring, lb
Load 50% single N
Load for a deflection = 50% of the free height for a single disc spring, N
Load 50% single lb
Load for a deflection = 50% of the free height for a single disc spring, lb
Load 75% single N
Load for a deflection = 75% of the free height for a single disc spring, N
Load 75% single lb
Load for a deflection = 75% of the free height for a single disc spring, lb
Load 100% single N
Load for a deflection = 100% of the free height for a single disc spring, N
Load 100% single lb
Load for a deflection = 100% of the free height for a single disc spring, lb
25% FH stack mm
25% of the free height of a spring stack, mm
25% FH stack in
25% of the free height of a spring stack, in
50% FH stack mm
50% of the free height of a spring stack, mm
50% FH stack in
50% of the free height of a spring stack, in
75% FH stack mm
75% of the free height of a spring stack, mm
75% FH stack in
75% of the free height of a spring stack, in
100% FH stack mm
100% of the free height of a spring stack, mm
100% FH stack in
100% of the free height of a spring stack, in
Load 25% stack N
Load for a deflection = 25% of the free height for a spring stack, N
Load 25% stack lb
Load for a deflection = 25% of the free height for a spring stack, lb
Load 50% single N
Load for a deflection = 50% of the free height for a spring stack, N
Load 50% stack lb
Load for a deflection = 50% of the free height for a spring stack, lb
Load 75% stack N
Load for a deflection = 75% of the free height for a spring stack, N
Load 75% stack lb
Load for a deflection = 75% of the free height for a spring stack, lb
Load 100% stack N
Load for a deflection = 100% of the free height for a spring stack, N
Load 100% stack lb
Load for a deflection = 100% of the free height for a spring stack, lb

Strings - Loads and deflections

STRING
VALUE
STRING
VALUE
Load single 1 N
Load for a given deflection for a single disc spring, N
Load single 1 lb
Load for a given deflection for a single disc spring, N
Defl single 1 mm
Deflection for a given load for a single disc spring, mm
Defl single 1 in
Deflection for a given load for a single disc spring, in
Post defl mm
Post peak deflection for a given load for a single disc spring, mm
Post defl in
Post peak deflection for a given load for a single disc spring, in
Post flat mm
Post flatness deflection for a given load for a single disc spring, mm
Post flat in
Post flatness deflection for a given load for a single disc spring, in
Load single 2 N
Load for a given deflection for a single disc spring, N
Load single 2 lb
Load for a given deflection for a single disc spring, lb
Defl single 2 mm
Deflection for a given load for a single disc spring, mm
Defl single 2 in
Deflection for a given load for a single disc spring,, in
Load stack 1 N
Load for a given deflection for a spring stack, N
Load stack 1 lb
Load for a given deflection for a spring stack, lb
Main defl 1 mm
Deflection for a given load of the main packet of a spring stack, mm
Main defl 1 in
Deflection for a given load of the main packet of a spring stack, in
Stack defl 1 mm
Deflection for a given load for a spring stack, mm
Stack defl 1 in
Deflection for a given load for a spring stack, in
Post stack defl mm
Post peak deflection for a given load for a spring stack, mm
Post stack defl in
Post peak deflection for a given load for a spring stack, in
Post stack flat mm
Post flatness deflection for a given load for a spring stack, mm
Post stack flat in
Post flatness deflection for a given load for a spring stack, in
Load stack 2 N
Load for a given deflection for a spring stack, N
Load stack 2 lb
Load for a given deflection for a spring stack, lb
Main defl 2 mm
Deflection for a given load of the main packet of a spring stack, mm
Main defl 2 in
Deflection for a given load of the main packet of a spring stack, in
Stack defl 2 mm
Deflection for a given load for a spring stack, mm
Stack defl 2 in
Deflection for a given load for a spring stack, in

Strings - Dimensions under an applied load

STRING
VALUE
STRING
VALUE
OD under mm
Outside diameter under an applied load, mm
OD under in
Outside diameter under an applied load, in
ID under mm
Inside diameter under an applied load, mm
ID under in
Inside diameter under an applied load, in
H under mm
Height under an applied load,  mm
H under in
Height under an applied load, in
FH under mm
Free height under an applied load, mm
FH under in
Free height under an applied load, in
AngleUnder
Base angle under an applied load
 
 
H stack under mm
Height of a spring stack under an applied load, mm
H stack under in
Height of a spring stack under an applied load, in
FH stack under mm
Free height of a spring stack under an applied load, mm
FH stack under in
Free height of a spring stack under an applied load, in

Strings - fatigue resistance

STRING
VALUE
STRING
VALUE
Preload N
Preload, N
Preload lb
Preload, lb
Start defl mm
Starting deflection, mm
Start defl in
Starting deflection, in
Final load N
Final load, N
Final load lb
Final load, lb
Final defl mm
Final deflection, mm
Final defl in
Final deflection, in
Sigma inf
Minimum stress, N/mm²
Sigma sup
Maximum stress, N/mm²
Stress OM N
Stress in point OM, N/mm²
Stress OM lb
Stress in point OM, lbs/in²

Strings - Stress

STRING
VALUE
STRING
VALUE
Stress OM N
Stress in point OM, N/mm²
Stress OM lb
Stress in point OM, lbs/in²
Stress 1 N
Stress in point I, N/mm²
Stress 1 lb
Stress in point I, lbs/in² 
Stress 2 N
Stress in point II, N/mm²
Stress 2 lb
Stress in point II, lbs/in²
Stress 3 N
Stress in point III, N/mm²
Stress 3 lb
Stress in point III, lbs/in²
Stress 4 N
Stress in point IV, N/mm²
Stress 4 lb
Stress in point IV, lbs/in² 

Strings - Spring rate and work

STRING
VALUE
STRING
VALUE
Rate-single
Spring rate for a single disc spring, N/mm
Work-single
Spring work for a single disc spring, N·mm
Rate-stack
Spring rate for a spring stack, N/mm
Work-stack
Spring work for a spring stack, N·mm
StartingDefl
Starting deflection - work range, mm
FinalDefl
Final deflection - work range, mm
StartingLoad
Starting load - work range, N
FinalLoad
Final load - work range, N

Comments

<!-- Characteristic curve - Start -->
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Start of the code part concerning the single disc spring characteristic values
<!-- Characteristic curve - End -->
End of the code part concerning the single disc spring characteristic values
<!-- Spring characteristic values - Start -->
Start of the code part concerning the spring stack characteristic values
<!-- Spring characteristic values - Start -->
End of the code part concerning the spring stack characteristic values
<!-- Under load - Start -->
Start of the code part concerning dimensions under an applied load
<!-- Under load - End -->
End of the code part concerning dimensions under an applied load
<!-- Single curve - Start -->
Start of the code part concerning the F vs S curve of a single disc spring
<!-- Single curve - End -->
End of the code part concerning the F vs S curve of a single disc spring
<!-- Stack curve - Start -->
Start of the code part concerning the F vs S curve of a spring stack
<!-- Stack curve - End -->
End of the code part concerning the F vs S curve of a spring stack
<!-- Fatigue - Start -->
Start of the code part concerning the fatigue resistance
<!-- Fatigue - End -->
End of the code part concerning the fatigue resistance
<!-- Stress - Start -->
Start of the code part concerning stress values under an applied load
<!-- Stress - End -->
End of the code part concerning stress values under an applied load
<!-- Stress curve - Start -->
Start of the code part concerning the stress curve under an applied load
<!-- Stress curve - End -->
End of the code part concerning the stress curve under an applied load
<!-- Rate and work - Start -->
Start of the code part concerning the spring rate and work 
<!-- Rate and work - End -->
End of the code part concerning the spring rate and work
<!-- CAD Preview - Start -->
Start of the code part concerning the CAD Preview
<!-- CAD Preview - End -->
End of the code part concerning the CAD Preview

Strings for pictures

Logo-file
The logo file
Inter line
Interruption line
CharacteristicCurve
Characteristic curve
SceneImg
Spring stack picture
FSImg
F vs s curve of a single spring
TotalImg
F vs s of a spring stack
FatigueImg
Goodmann diagram for the fatigue resistance
Stress Picture
Stress point definition picture
StressImg
Stress under an applied load curve
CADImg
CAD Preview

 

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