Mechanisms for the Generation of Plane Curves
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Generation of discontinuous gaits for quadruped walking vehicles
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Mechanism for the Generation of Plane Curves by Ivan Ivanovich Artobolevskii
Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. Finally, a reduced model is developed to identify the essential elements of the dynamic behaviour of the rail that can cause instability. In this model, a single wheel mode is included and the rail is represented as a mass, a spring or a damper. Finally, a laboratory measurement is performed by modifying an available machine originally designed to perform pin-on-disc friction measurements. By using a scale model of a railway wheel, squeal noise is observed at two different frequencies.
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During the measurements the wheel is stationary and is set in the vertical plane while the rotating disc lies in the horizontal one. The axis of the wheel is tangent to the rotating disc. Lateral force and wheel vibration in radial and axial direction are recorded. From the vibration data it is found that the response of the wheel in the vertical and lateral directions are almost in phase and that the squealing frequencies is always almost coincident with a natural frequency of the wheel.
For the friction, a mild falling trend can be observed when the sliding velocity increases. For sliding velocities below 0. Downloads from ePrints over the past year. Other digital versions may also be available to download e.
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