Parasitic phenomena in the dynamics of industrial devices by Alberto Borboni

By Alberto Borboni

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29: it is composed of four-bar linkages and crank sliders and is used for deep drawing sheet metal. The slider P acts as a punch, and Q is a sheet metal presser. In the following text, we do not explain the complex method of operation of the machine, as it is far from the objective of this monograph, but, rather, we identify the types of mechanisms that contribute to operation of the kinematic structure. A first four-bar linkage ADCG transforms the rotation of the crank AD in the oscillation of the rocker GC.

86). 48), where the transmissible torque Mt acts as a resistant torque. 89). 48 Rotary equilibrium on the input shaft of a disc clutch; Mt is the transmissible torque, and J1 is the moment of inertia of the load. 92). 92) In many cases, as in the one proposed in the example, it is possible to avoid resolving the integral, resorting to some hypothesis relative to the characteristic curve of the motor. In the case of an asynchronous three-phase motor, the last segment of the characteristic curve has a course that it is possible to approximate with a vertical line; therefore, a useful approximation can be chosen assuming ω1 equal to synchronism speed ω0 and constant.

2 between cams, linkages, and command/control systems. A control system is suitable for satisfying a large number of conditions if high adaptability is required, especially regarding stroke regulation. A limiting factor is its reduced ability at high velocities. 2 Comparison of Different Transmissions Feature Construction implementation Sensibility to manufacturing accuracy Ease of design Application field Load Wear Lubrication Balancing Operation speed Cams Linkages Command and Control Systems Difficult Critical Simple Specific Low Critical Important Simple High Simple Low Complex Prefixed High Variable Simple Less simple Medium Variable Low Variable Wide Low Variable Variable Simple Low Dynamics of a Machine System 37 simple construction and implementation, and it is able to generate a wide range of movements in relation to the prefixed dimensional parameters.

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