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Title: Analysis of dynamic mechanic belt stresses of the magistral conveyor
Authors: Pihnastyi, O. M.
Khodusov, Valery
Kozhevnikov, G. K.
Bondarenko, Tetiana
Keywords: dynamic tension; сonveyor belt; propagation speed of disturbances; tension force; oscillatory process
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: Analysis of Dynamic Mechanic Belt Stresses of the Magistral Conveyor [Electronic resource] / O. Pihnastyi [et al.] // Advanced Manufacturing Processes II : selected papers from the 2nd Grabchenko’s Intern. Conf. (InterPartner-2020), September 8-11, 2020, Odessa / ed.: V. Tonkonogyi [et al.]. – Electronic text data. – Cham, 2020. – P. 186-195. – (Ser. : Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering). – URL:, paid (accessed 18.10.2021).
Abstract: Controlling the amount of material flow coming from the input accumulate bunker to the input of the conveyor line and controlling the speed of the conveyor belt are common ways to reduce the energy consumption of the transport system. However, most works do not take into account transients associated with a change in the speed of the conveyor belt or a change in the input material flow. As a result of transient processes, acceleration or deceleration of the conveyor belt occurs, and as a result, dynamic stresses arise in the conveyor belt, which can exceed the permissible values. This article examines the dynamic stresses that occur during transient modes. When constructing a model of dynamic stresses, Hooke's law was used. The model of resistance to movement of the conveyor belt is adopted in accordance with DIN 22101: 2002-08. The analysis of the propagation of waves of dynamic stresses in the conveyor belt has been done. The formation of dynamic stresses as a result of the addition of the forward and backward waves is considered.
ORCID: 3462
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