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Method for calculating the spectral density of the moment resistance on the working body of the road mill machine

Journal: Nauchno-tekhnicheskiy vestnik Bryanskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta (Vol.6, No. 4)

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Page : 518-528

Keywords : road mill machine; milling drum; method of calculation; moment of resistance; spectral density of moments.;

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Milling units are widely used in the construction and repair of roads. They guarantee high quality of work, have high productivity and make it possible to provide comprehensive mechanization of technological operations. During operation, significant dynamic loads occur in the drive elements and the design of the units, which leads to a deterioration in reliability indicators and a decrease in the technical and economic characteristics of their operation. Improving the reliability and efficiency of milling units is an problem, the solution of which is associated with the opportunity to predict the character and magnitude of the operating loads in the structural elements. The main source of these loads is the working body. At the same time, the forces of external resistance that arise during operation are sharply variable, random in nature. The article presents a method for calculating the spectral density and moment dispersion at the design stage. It takes into consideration the periodic character of the interaction of the cutters with the road surface, as well as random conditions and modes of operation of the milling unit. The article focuses on determining the initial data required for the calculation. The obtained expressions are analyzed and the main characteristic features of the mill loads are considered. The considered characteristics are the initial data for the dynamic analysis of the drive elements and the unit structure, as well as for strength calculations.

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