Problem statement. The three-mass vibratory system can be defined by five basic parameters: inertial parameters of the masses and stiffness parameters of two spring sets. Unlike the classical discrete system, the discrete-and-continual one consists of two rigid bodies connected by one spring set that form the discrete subsystem, and of the reactive mass considered as deformable (elastic) body characterized by certain stiffness and inertial parameters, which are related with one another.
The purpose of research. The main goal of the presented research consists in substantiation of inertial, stiffness and force (excitation) parameters of mechanical oscillatory system of three-mass vibratory conveyer with directed oscillations of the working element in order to provide the highly efficient (high-performance) resonant operation mode. Methodology. The technique of the research is based on fundamental concepts of engineering mechanics and theory of mechanical vibrations.
The purpose of the paper. Substantiation of structure (design), parameters and operation modes of the improved vibratory finishing machine. Analysis of dynamical processes which occur during “lap over lap” dressing. Investigation methodology. Mathematical model of motion of the mechanical system of vibratory finishing machine was developed on the basis of Lagrange differential equations of the second order. For the purpose of describing friction between the working surfaces of the laps, the Coulomb friction model was used.
The purpose of research. Analysis of influence of stiffness parameters of mobile vibratory device with two unbalanced vibration exciters on eigenfrequencies of its mechanical system and substantiation of stiffness parameters in order to ensure its energy-efficient resonance operation mode. Methodology. The technique of the research is based on fundamental concepts of engineering mechanics and theory of mechanical vibrations.
The purpose of research. Substantiation of inertial, stiffness and excitation parameters of mechanical oscillatory system of mobile vibratory robot in order to maximize its motion speed. Methodology. The technique of the research is based on fundamental concepts of engineering mechanics and theory of mechanical vibrations. In order to deduce the differential equations of motion of the mechanical system of mobile vibratory robot the Lagrange second order equations were used.
The calculation diagrams of oscillating systems and operation features of vibratory finishing machines are considered. The mathematical models of three-mass and four-mass oscillating systems are presented. The amplitude values of the oscillating masses displacements are derived. The functions of inertial and stiffness parameters optimization are formed. The optimization problems are solved with a help of MathCAD software.