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Oil film characteristics and flow field analysis of asymmetrical hydrostatic support structure with full hydraulic fixed-length shear servo cylinder

Journal Article


Abstract


  • The heavy-duty servo cylinder is the main actuator of the full-hydraulic fixed-length shear. The cylinder requires horizontal articulated mounting for accurate curve forces. The output of the curvilinear force causes the piston rod to be subjected to a dynamic bias load, and the presence of the bias load adversely affects the servo cylinder seal structure. In this paper, an asymmetric hydrostatic support structure is designed in the guide sleeve for the bias load problem of the servo cylinder, and the anti-offset capacity of the structure is theoretically studied. The oil film characteristics and oil film stiffness of the structure are deduced and analyzed. Fluent software is used to simulate, and then analyze the influence of inlet pressure, piston rod speed, eccentricity and partial load on the performance of asymmetric static pressure bearing oil film. Asymmetrical hydrostatic support structure servo hydraulic cylinder test bench is built for anti-bias load performance and friction performance experiments. The research results show that the new asymmetric hydrostatic support structure has a good effect on balancing the dynamic partial load, effectively reducing the friction of the servo cylinder and making the automatic alignment of the piston rod and the guide sleeve, which proves that the technology can be effective, increase the service life of the servo hydraulic cylinder and then improve the overall efficiency of the full hydraulic dividing shear, while broaden the application field of the heavy duty servo cylinder.

Publication Date


  • 2021

Citation


  • Ma, L., Zhang, W., Zhao, X., Zhao, J., & Wang, T. (2021). Oil film characteristics and flow field analysis of asymmetrical hydrostatic support structure with full hydraulic fixed-length shear servo cylinder. Engineering Failure Analysis, 120. doi:10.1016/j.engfailanal.2020.105101

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-85097329117

Web Of Science Accession Number


Volume


  • 120

Abstract


  • The heavy-duty servo cylinder is the main actuator of the full-hydraulic fixed-length shear. The cylinder requires horizontal articulated mounting for accurate curve forces. The output of the curvilinear force causes the piston rod to be subjected to a dynamic bias load, and the presence of the bias load adversely affects the servo cylinder seal structure. In this paper, an asymmetric hydrostatic support structure is designed in the guide sleeve for the bias load problem of the servo cylinder, and the anti-offset capacity of the structure is theoretically studied. The oil film characteristics and oil film stiffness of the structure are deduced and analyzed. Fluent software is used to simulate, and then analyze the influence of inlet pressure, piston rod speed, eccentricity and partial load on the performance of asymmetric static pressure bearing oil film. Asymmetrical hydrostatic support structure servo hydraulic cylinder test bench is built for anti-bias load performance and friction performance experiments. The research results show that the new asymmetric hydrostatic support structure has a good effect on balancing the dynamic partial load, effectively reducing the friction of the servo cylinder and making the automatic alignment of the piston rod and the guide sleeve, which proves that the technology can be effective, increase the service life of the servo hydraulic cylinder and then improve the overall efficiency of the full hydraulic dividing shear, while broaden the application field of the heavy duty servo cylinder.

Publication Date


  • 2021

Citation


  • Ma, L., Zhang, W., Zhao, X., Zhao, J., & Wang, T. (2021). Oil film characteristics and flow field analysis of asymmetrical hydrostatic support structure with full hydraulic fixed-length shear servo cylinder. Engineering Failure Analysis, 120. doi:10.1016/j.engfailanal.2020.105101

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-85097329117

Web Of Science Accession Number


Volume


  • 120