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Design and Analysis of Greenhouse Automated Guided Vehicle

  • Xiao-Yun Li
  • Yi-Jui ChiuEmail author
  • Han Mu
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 891)

Abstract

In order to realize agricultural automation and large-scale production, a greenhouse automated guided vehicle is designed. It is equipped with a objective table and retractor device, using a track-type transmitting motion. The automatic guided vehicle is imported into the ANSYS through the graphical data conversion. The finite element model of the structure is generated by grid division. The finite element analysis of the structure is carried out. The strength and stiffness characteristics of the structure are calculated in the static analysis. The frequency of the vehicle calculated by modal analysis. The results show that the stiffness and strength meets the requirements of using, and the resonance damage can be avoided by avoiding the natural frequency of the vehicle. The greenhouse automatic guided vehicle can quickly transport materials to designated locations.

Keywords

ANSYS Greenhouse Automatic guided Modal analysis 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This study is sustained by Graduate Technology Innovation Project of Xiamen University of Technology No. 40316076, and Fujian recommended the National College Students’ innovation and entrepreneurship training program No.420.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Mechanical and Automotive EngineeringXiamen University of TechnologyXiamenChina

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