Modern high-torque low-speed internal combustion engines (ICEs) generate torsional vibrations close in disturbance frequency to gearboxes natural oscillation frequencies. Effective absorption of such oscillations requires a new torsional vibration damper between the internal combustion engine and gearbox design, which is implemented in the form of a dual-mass flywheel (DMF). One of the main reasons for DMF failure is its spring components destruction.
The dynamics of the adsorption process in the fixed-bed column was experimentally studied on the example of the system natural zeolite - water solution of copper salt with low concentrations, which are characteristic for wastewater treatment processes from toxic contaminants. The initial curves of the adsorption process for the height of the sorbent layer of 5 and 7 cm were constructed. The equilibrium of such processes can be described by Henry's linear equation. The adsorption process in the layer consists of two stages, which are examined in the study.
The extraction of the solid component from the rectilinear capillary has been investigated. The presence of two extraction zones (convective and molecular diffusion) was confirmed. The effect of the system vacuumizing on the extraction rate has been studied. The convection zone during vacuumizing was found to be increased due to the appearance of the vapor phase bubbles. The mass transfer coefficients for the convective zone have been determined.
The article is devoted to the problem of designing frequency tracking devices in a complex signal and noise situation. The article presents a mathematical model of the device, which takes into account possible structural and parametric changes of the device, changes in the frequency of the input signal, its angular modulation and time-varying noise level in the input mixture. Developed and described software application for the analysis of this model allows you to quickly change the values of parameters and monitor the response of the device to changes in the input signal.
The article proposes a solution of the forward kinematics problem for a welding manipulator with six degrees of freedom. Solving this problem is the first necessary step in creating a control system for this manipulator. This will make it possible to determine the displacement, accelerations and moments in each of the manipulator parts and will ensure accurate positioning of the welding tool.
The arc overvoltages during the single phase to earth faults in electrical distribution grids of 6-35 kV are the object of the research in this paper. The development of 35 kV distribution electrical grids is accompanied by the construction of new overhead and cable power lines. It causes a change of the capacitive earth fault current in the grids and also affects the multiplicity of overvoltages in electrical distribution grids during the single phase to earth faults.
The article deals with constructing and implementing mathematical models of non-isothermal moisture transfer during drying of anisotropic capillary-porous materials, in particular wood, taking into account the movement of the evaporation zone for non-steady drying schedules, as well as to the development of effective analytical and numerical methods for their implementation. An analytical-numerical method for the determination of non-isothermal moisture transfer under non-steady schedules of the drying process has been developed, taking into account the dynamics of the phase transition bou
The article presents the results of mathematical modeling of the energy-dynamic processes of a wind farm which includes a battery energy storage system (BESS). The dependence between load capacity and energy generation capabilities of the active set of a wind power plant taking into account the energy capacity of BESS has been determined. A mathematical model of the BESS has been developed. The elaborated model is compared with two other models: a black box module and a model based on equivalent circuit model.
The article deals with an analysis of magnetic fields of electric machines and electromagnetic devices on the basis of their circuit mathematical models. The magnetic systems of electrical devices in these models are presented in the form of planar nonlinear magnetic circuits with lumped elements. The parameters of these elements are determined on the basis of geometric dimensions taking into account the design features of the devices and the physical parameters of the environment.
An universal mathematical model of an induction machine (IM) has been constructed, taking into account the saturation of the main magnetic circuit of its magnetic core and the active power losses. The proposed approach to IM modeling expands the abilities of MATLAB / Simulink environment for analysis of the electric power supply systems (microgrid in the smart grid) with the nonlinear elements and dynamic load in abnormal, asymmetric and fault regimes.