THEORETICAL BASIS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF EFFECTIVE PARAMETERS OF A COMBINED CONVEYOR TRANSPORT FOR MOVING WASTE MECHANICAL PROCESSING

Keywords: screw, shavings, lubricating and cooling liquid, productivity, energy saving

Abstract

The paper presents the results of technical and economic, theoretical and experimental research on the transportation of chips from the cutting zone of the machine by widely used classic types of conveyor transport and combined conveyor (hydraulic and screw). The analysis of research results showed that in domestic and foreign engineering, which uses integrated installations for the transportation of chips and sludge from the cutting area of the machine, have a number of serious shortcomings and do not allow to effectively carry out these processes. Based on the design shortcomings of the existing modifications of shop transport for moving chips and sludge, a new design of the combined (hydrowashing and screw) conveyor is proposed, which has a number of advantages, simplicity and reliability in working with the requirements for this type of transport. The description of the offered design of the combined conveyor is given. The method of calculation of these installations is stated, results of experimental researches, the analysis of the received results are resulted. According to the research results, schemes and sketches of the combined conveyor have been developed. The results of the work can be widely used in mechanical shops in the design and operation of systems for transporting chips from the cutting area of the machine to the general shop network for the movement of chips and sludge.

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Published
2022-04-28
How to Cite
Chasov, D., & Serilko, D. (2022). THEORETICAL BASIS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF EFFECTIVE PARAMETERS OF A COMBINED CONVEYOR TRANSPORT FOR MOVING WASTE MECHANICAL PROCESSING. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 50(1), 281-289. https://doi.org/10.23856/5033
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TECHNOLOGY, CREATIVITY, IMPLEMENTATION