Technical characteristics of shells conveyer
Keywords:conveyer acceleration, conveyer velocity, conveyer displacement, damping coefficient, hydraulic capacity, hydraulic resistance, pressures in hydraulic motor, pressure derivative, Maltese cross
The purpose of this article is to familiarize with new attitude to finding technical characteristics of the shells and charges conveyers used in heavy guns. The results are values of the hydraulic capacities, damping coefficient, and hydraulic resistances in the hydraulic circuits derived from own technical experiments. The kinematical parameters as are the conveyer velocity and conveyer acceleration are derived from the measured conveyer displacement. They enable with the measured input and output pressures, and the angular velocity of the hydraulic motor give expert opinion about conveyer operation as whole. The results are used for validation of the dynamic model, and they can be used as diagnostics data of the loading systems, and whole procedure as an example of the practicable technique in the higher military repair.
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