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Analysis of vibrations for a vibrating jaw crusher when interacting with material |
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Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia): Shokhin A. E., Leading Researcher, Candidate of Engineering Sciences, shohinsn@mail.ru Panovko G. Ya., Head of Laboratory, Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Professor Lyan I. P., Junior Researcher |
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A model of a vibrating jaw crusher (VJC) with self-synchronizing unbalanced vibration exciters is considered with account of the impacts between the jaws and the material being processed. Numerical modeling is used to establish the influence of the initial gap between the jaws and the material and of the velocity recovery factor upon impact on the synchronization of vibration exciters rotation and jaw vibrations, on the excitation frequency ranges of stable periodic vibroimpact regimes, and on the impact velocities between the jaws. The analysis results indicate that a change in the conditions of contact between the jaws and the material being processed leads to a change in the frequency ranges of the stable antiphase synchronization of vibration exciters rotation, as well as in the excitation frequency ranges of steady single-period vibroimpact regimes for the motion of the system, considered as the main operating modes of the VJC. The impact-like nature of the interaction between the jaws and the material being processed suggests the possible multimodality of the system, which explains some of the effects observed in practice and manifested in changes in the periodicity of the vibroimpact regime and in the vibration mode of the jaws at a constant excitation frequency. Therefore, the vibroimpact-based model proposed for the VJC and its dynamics analysis results may be used to design and improve vibrating jaw crushers with the selection of reasonable design parameters and the most effective vibration excitation conditions.
The work was carried out with the financial support of the RFBR, project No. 18-08-01491_a. |
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