Soviet Mining

, Volume 18, Issue 6, pp 517–521 | Cite as

Synchronization in impact winning machines

  • V. N. Briling
  • A. D. Gisich
Mechanization and Automation of Mining Operations


  1. 1)

    Synchronization of the natural vibration frequency with the frequency of impact perturbation in an impact winning machine leads to a reduction in vibration amplitude and it provides a constant backing force for the bit on the face.

  2. 2)

    Synchronization is achieved by selecting the appropriate impact amplitude or frequency.

  3. 3)

    Synchronization conditions obtained for an impact winning machine may be used to calculate parameters for individual strikers with an elastic suspension arm on the machine.



Frictional Force Vibration Amplitude Nonlinear Vibration Synchronization Condition Impact Frequency 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1983

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  • V. N. Briling
  • A. D. Gisich

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