Electromechanical model of machine for vibroabrasive treatment of machine parts
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Publishing House of Lviv Polytechnic National University
A lot of operations on trimming clean and finishing – stripping up treatment, first of all, removing of burrs, rounding and processing of borders, until recently time was carried out by hand, and hardly exposed to automation and became a serious obstacle in subsequent growth of the labor productivity. Machines with free kinematics connection between a tool and the treating parts is provided by the printing-down of all of the surface of the machine parts, that allows us to effectively treat both internal and external surfaces of the machine parts. The analysis of literary sources, patents and charts of methods of the intensification of the processes of vibro abrasive treatment, allowed us to determine the basic directions of development of vibro machines constructions for intensification of the trimming - stripping of the machine parts in a freely granular environment in default of hard kinematic connection between the parts and the tool. The feature of vibro abrasive treatment is a free kinematic connection between a tool and the machine parts, i.e. there exists complication in providing with the stable beforehand set technologically optimum influence of abrasive grains on treated parts under variable parameters of the working chamber of vibroabrasive machine. The purpose of this work is the development of a structural electromechanical model of a vibromachine for adaptive vibroabrasive treatment of the machine parts. To solve this problem, the structural electromechanical model of vibromachine for adaptive vibroabrasive treatment of machine parts was developed. The offered machine is able to provide minimum energy consumption on the vibrodrive of vibroabrasive machine due to providing and maintenance of the permanent resonance mode of operations of working chamber.
Gorbatiyk R. Electromechanical model of machine for vibroabrasive treatment of machine parts / Ruslan Gorbatiyk, Igor Palamarchuk, Roman Chubyk // Ukrainian Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science. – 2015. – Volume 1, number 1. – Р. 35–45. – Bibliography: 26 titles.