Dynamical Analyses of Piston Machines Used in Oil Industry

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V.I. Bakhshaliev (2016). Dynamical Analyses of Piston Machines Used in Oil Industry. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, Vol 5. doi:10.13140/RG.2.1.1837.46445

Authors: V.I. Bakhshaliev

ABSTRACT. The investigation of a complex problems with taking into account of a friction, oscillation and impact processes in mechanisms of piston machines, does possible the all-round decision of the problem of increase of their reliability and durability. In this work, based on the dynamic analysis of the crank-piston mechanisms the method for definition of the parameters of longitudinal vibration of a connecting rod of piston machines is developed. The dangerous sections of a “floating” connecting rod are determined.

Keywords: dynamics, mechanical oscillations, stresses, durability, piston machine

DOI 10.13140/RG.2.1.1837.4644


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