KINEMATICS dependencies OF TECHNICAL SYSTEMS IN SOLIDWORKS
O. Tovstukha, A. Kosmach
Possibilities of kinematic analysis
of the technical system in software SolidWorks were considered. The simulation result
revealed that modification of the construction of the mechanism for changing
the baseline and correct operation requires updating the size of individual
units that can be used when working with technical systems of different
dimensions and kinematic.
To analyze the kinematics mechanism was used machine software environment
of SolidWorks, which has two independent modules: Cosmos Motion and sketch
blocks. This paper was considered only for block structure (sketch blocks).
As an object of study was chosen device is intended for the treatment of
surfaces symmetrical workpieces on the machine normal accuracy. It consists of
lever mechanisms and actuators. Linear displacement rod cylinder triggers the
lever mechanisms that are moved symmetrically prismatic customizable
constituent elements to the surface of the work piece.
There were elements of machine motion simulation for different lengths of
links lever mechanism that changed within R = 30 ... 70 mm increments ΔR = 10 mm (Fig. 1).
Fig.1. Sizes parts of the mechanism that determined when
simulating its movement using modular structures
When modeling the movement of parts of the mechanism was defined
relationship between the size of piston displacement L and the distance between
the constituent elements of H, mismatch plane of symmetry of the work piece and
the axis of rotation of the lever mechanism Δ, angles between the links of
the mechanism and W-axis angle Pneumatic Q. To build dependencies mechanism
seen 7 provisions that take into account the maximum operating displacement
piston actuators, which amounted to 119 mm.
The relationship between the size of the piston displacement L and the
distance between the constituent elements of H is shown in Fig. 2. It was
established that the dependence H = f (L) is non-linear nature of growing
importance for every level R lever mechanism. This increase in size link leads
to an increase in R value of the distance and velocity of the constituent
elements of the device H. From Fig. 2 also shows that the velocity of the
constituent elements increases to minimum displacement piston actuators L.
Fig.2. The dependences of the distance between the
constituent elements of the device H and L piston moving at different lengths
The dependence between the size of the piston displacement angle L and W
parts of the mechanism of rotation axis Q to R = 30 mm was shown in Fig. 3. Established
that the dependence W = f (L) and Q = f (L) are nonlinear level values for each
lever mechanism R. Moreover, for the other values of the total increase in R
values the total increase W and Q are same, and differs only in the initial
value of angles. From Fig. 3 shows that the velocity of the larger parts of the
mechanism for minimum displacement piston actuators L, confirming the results
that were obtained before. With dependence Q = f (L) also shows that the
movement of the rod end sections (165 ... 190 mm) pneumatic position
Fig.3. Dependences of angles change W and Q parts of the
mechanism for L
From Fig. 4 shows that increasing the size of the stroke actuators is
increasing mismatch plane of symmetry of the work piece and the axis of
rotation of the lever mechanism, which can be up to 3.5 mm in size level R = 80 mm. To minimize the impact
of mismatch plane of symmetry of the work piece is necessary to sort pieces by
size for a given size of R link mechanism.
Fig.4. Dependencies changes mismatch plane of the work piece
and the axis of rotation of the lever mechanism Δ value and piston displacement
L to R units of different sizes
For example, for R = 30
mm size stroke should be close to 69 mm, which corresponds to
the width of the work piece within 227 mm, and for R = 60 mm size stroke should be
close to 109 mm,
which corresponds to the width of the work piece within 289 mm .
Thus, the considered simulation of the device to
interactively identify important details dimensional relationships and hold
them fast kinematic analysis.
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