alexa Abstract | Analysis of the Influence of Geometric Characteristics of the Saw and the Gasket of Saw Gin on the Life of Saw at Different Distances between the Saw
ISSN: 2165-8064

Journal of Textile Science & Engineering
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In our work we consider the geometric characteristics of the saw and gasket of saw gin as well as define acceptable normal load for saw gin at different distances between the saw. To determine the deformation saws which is under a compressive force it is necessary to determine force of normal stress σх that creates cross sectional saws in which stress is uniformly distributed. Stability and strength of saws are characterized. If the normal stress is not evenly distributed in the cross section of the saws there is a complex deformation (torsion, bending, and other complex deformations). In such cases, the strength and stability of saws are determined not only by its size but also on other complex geometrical characteristics with cross-section of saws and gasket. We conducted research about saw and gasket at different distances between the saw. Determined the optimal parameters between the saw distances, using the geometric characteristics in order to ensure the sustainability of saws at work in dynamic loads. Using these indicators, we can simulate the best option of working parts of gin and increase the life of saws twice

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Author(s): Mamamtovich AS

Keywords

Distance between saws, Gin, Working chamber saw two cylinders, Saw teeth deformation, Breaking point, Profile of saw teeth, Dynamic loads styling, Shaft is stabilized insert, Distance between saws, Gin, Working chamber saw two cylinders, Saw teeth deformation, Breaking point, Profile of saw teeth, Dynamic loads styling, Shaft is stabilized insert

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