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標題: 工具機線性滑軌之動態特性研究
Characterization of the Dynamic Behaviors of a Linear Guideway Mechanism in Machine Tools
作者: 張志誠
Chang, Jyh-Cheng
關鍵字: Linear Guide;線性滑軌;Hertz Theory;Contact element;Hertz理論;接觸元素
出版社: 機械工程學系所
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In this project, nonlinear characteristics on the rolling interface of a linear guide in machine tools were studied by the finite element analysis and experimental verification. Contact of the ball/surface rolling interface in rolling guides was simulated as a three-dimensional contact elements without thickness. By introducing Hertzian contact theory and applying proper normal/shear stiffness to such contact elements in the overall finite element model, dynamic behaviors of linear guides affected by preload were thus investigated. In the finite element procedure, three contact models, 1-D point-to-point, 2-D point-to-point and 3-D surface-to-surface, were sequentially introduced for purpose of verification with experiments. As a validation in this project, modal tests on linear guides with different preloads were conducted and related frequency spectrums were derived. Both the finite element and the experimental results reveal that the natural frequency of a linear guide increases with the increment of the preload. In addition, the dynamic characteristics predicted by finite element analysis agree well with those measured from instrumental experiments. In the modal analysis, it was told that the natural frequencies vary a little with different loading conditions; however, the mode shapes are changed obviously with the magnitude of applied loads. Therefore, the stiffness of contact interface needs to be properly adjusted during simulation which may affect the dynamic characteristics of the machine tools.
其他識別: U0005-2310200616492100
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