Dynamics of the bed of an apron conveyer
The dynamicity coefficient increases with increasing height of fall and with decreasing weight of the falling load.
Analysis of (17) confirms the predictions of the theory of collision, that when a load is suddenly applied, i.e., when H=0, the dynamicity coefficient is equal to two.
As the falling weight decreases, there is a decrease in the effect of the relative rigidity on the dynamicity coefficient. For the transporation of large, heavy ore fragments, the relative rigidity can be taken as 900–950 N/m.
The dynamicity coefficient decreases with increasing plate thickness.
From experiments on 6 mm plates with characteristics close to the industrial values, we can recommend that they dynamicity coefficient in this case should be in the range 3–5.
KeywordsDynamic Force Relative Deformation Maximum Flexure Bridge Circuit Dynamicity Coefficient
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