Published: 31 December 2012

Self-synchronization theory of a dual mass vibrating system driven by two coupled exciters. Part 2: Numeric analysis

Li He1
Fu Shibo2
Li Ye3
Zhao Chunyu4
Wen Bangchun5
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Abstract

The coupling dynamic characteristics of the vibrating system with dual mass are analyzed quantitatively. Both the load torque and the coupling torque have three items. Two of them are concerned with the translation of the system, and the third item is related to the rotation of the system. Through numerical computation, the effects of translation and rotation in the system are considered in relation to the self-synchronization. The phase difference of two eccentric blocks is caused by the difference of the rated revolution of two motors. The stability of the synchronous operation is dependent on the structural parameters of the system, such as the mass ratio of two eccentric blocks and the distance between motor and centroid of the rigid frame. Simulation is carried out to verify that the system can be synchronized and the model can ensure the stability of synchronization if the parameters of the system meet the conditions of synchronous implementation and stability. Simulations are also performed for the case of self-synchronization of two motors with different rated revolutions.

About this article

Received
15 May 2012
Accepted
04 December 2012
Published
31 December 2012
Keywords
self-synchronization
stability
vibrating system