Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2014
Volume: 9
Issue: 12
Page No. 1064 - 1072

Automatic Balancing Simulation of the Centrifugal Grinding-Mixing Unit

Authors : Dmitriy Alexandrovich Bushuev, Vasiliy Grigorievich Rubanov and Nicolay Dmitrievich Vorobyov

Abstract: The study describes the getting of models to estimate changes of the dynamic bearing responses of the centrifugal grinding-mixing unit with automatic balancing and its resultant moment. Using the d’Alembert principle the mathematical model to estimate changes of the dynamic bearing responses and torque depending on the positions of the counterweights shoulders is derived. In the Adams Software, the parametric computer model of balancing of the unit with the same initial parameters is built. For specific optimal positions of the counter weights dynamic responses and torque using the mathematical and computer models are calculated and their identity is shown. Integration of the computer mechanical model into a simulation model of the control systems in the MATLAB/SIMULINK Software is shown. Changing of the dynamic bearing responses of the centrifugal grinding-mixing unit when changing the position of the counter weights and when the material moving through the grinding chambers from the top to the bottom, resulting in a co-simulation using ADAMS and SIMULINK are illustrated. The prospects of using the resulting computer model are described.

How to cite this article:

Dmitriy Alexandrovich Bushuev, Vasiliy Grigorievich Rubanov and Nicolay Dmitrievich Vorobyov, 2014. Automatic Balancing Simulation of the Centrifugal Grinding-Mixing Unit. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 9: 1064-1072.

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