THE DRUM ROTATION VELOCITY VALUE WHEN AUTO-OSCILLATION SELF-EXCITATION WITH MAXIMUM SWING OF A POLYGRANULAR INTRACHAMBER FILL
Deineka Kateryna – Candidate of Technical Sciences (Ph.D), Chairman of the Cycle Commission "Industry Engineering" of the Technical College of the National University of Water and Environmental Engineering (St. Orlova, 35, Rivne, Ukraine, 33027, e-mail: email@example.com).
Naumenko Yurii – Doctor of Technical Sciences (Dr.Sc), Professor of the Department of construction, road, reclamation, agricultural machines and equipment of the National University of Water and Environmental Engineering (St. Soborna, 11, Rivne, Ukraine, 33018, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Zmiievskyi Anatolii – Leading Engineer of the Center of Information Technologies of the National University of Water and Environmental Engineering (St. Soborna, 11, Rivne, Ukraine, 33018, e-mail: email@example.com).
The influences of the structure of two-fractional polygranular intrachamber fill on the drum rotation velocity value when auto-oscillation self-excitation with maximum swing is considered. The pulsating mode of flow of such intrachamber fill is used in the self-oscillating grinding process in a tumbling mill. Spherical particles of non-coherent granular material of 2.2 mm size were used as a large fraction modeling the grinding bodies. Cement was used as the small fraction modeling the particles of the crushed material. The factors of experimental studies were accepted: the gaps between particles of large fraction degree of filling at rest dispersed particles of small fraction 0, 25, 50 and 100%, the relative size of particles of large fraction in the drum chamber 0.519, 0.733, 1.04, 1.47, 2.08, 2.93, 4.15 and 5.87% (drum chamber radius 212, 150, 106, 75, 53, 37.5, 26.5 and 18.75 mm), the chamber degree of filling at rest 25, 35 and 45%. The method of visual analysis of transient processes of self-oscillating fill flow modes in the cross section of a rotating chamber was applied. Measurements of the drum rotation velocity during fill self-excited self-oscillations were performed. The magnitude of the self-oscillation swing was estimated by the increase in the difference of the maximum and minimum values of the fill dilatation over one period of pulsating. The magnitude of the relative drum rotation velocity at the maximum range of fill self-oscillation swing varied within 0.777-1.4. The effect of a decrease in the relative drum rotation velocity value, when the maximum polygranular intrachamber fill self-oscillations swing, with enhanced fill coherent properties has been registered. A decrease in the relative rotational velocity was established with a decrease in the relative particle size of large fill fraction and an increase in the content of small fill fraction and an increase in the chamber degree of filling. A sharp intensification of the decrease in the relative rotation velocity at a value of the relative size of large particles of less than 0.015 is revealed.
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