Mechanism of rock breaking by pick assisted with water jet of different modes
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In the rock breaking progress, the resistant force results in tools failure and the low cutting efficiency, thus, it is necessary to reduce the failure of tools and enhance the efficiency of cutting and drilling. In this paper, different configuration modes of water jet were presented to solve this issue. Moreover, the symmetrical pre-split finite element models for rock breaking by pick without water jet and picks assisted with different configuration modes of water jet were established to analyze the effect of different configuration modes on rock stress distribution and pick cutting forces. Finally, the experiments were conducted to validate the theory analysis. The results indicate that the cutting force decreasing rate of JCP is maximum all the time under the same conditions compared with the decreasing rate of JSP and JFP; and the numerical results were consistent with the numerical, which verifies the correctness of theory analysis.
KeywordsWater jet Tool failure Rock breaking Conical pick Pre-split
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