In order to reduce the dynamic load of cutting transmission system and maintain the coal productivity under sudden-changing load conditions, the drum speed control strategy and traction-drum speed combined control strategy were proposed to adapt to different sudden-changing load conditions based on analyzing the influence factors of drum load and productivity. When sudden-changing load is small, the drum speed control strategy is adopted; when sudden-changing load is large, the traction-drum speed combined control strategy is adopted. The model of cutting transmission system has been established and analyzed, and the results show that the proposed strategies can not only reduce the dynamic load effectively, but also maintain the highly coal productivity under sudden-changing load conditions. Aiming at the overshoot of system load in the variable speed process, the speed variation rate of cutting motor of the two control strategies was optimized, respectively, and the load overshoot can be reduced effectively. The conclusions have been verified by building the test bench.
Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 1, 2018
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