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Unformatted text preview: Pressure Machine Pressure Machine Weidong Guo, Mileta M Tomovic School of Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Estimated time required : ~50 min • Creating a new database file • Creating Pressure machine model Creating parts Creating joints (constrains) Adding driving force • Simulating model • Measuring model • Editing measure plot • Exporting measure results Exporting data file Exporting video file opics Covered opics Covered roblem Description roblem Description In the pressure machine shown, driving force F=140 N, acting at D point of link ABD and always vertical to AD while the machine moves. When the slider moves downward, the object is impacted. The object is simulated with spring, so the impaction force is the spring force. The stiffness of the spring K=5N/mm, and damping coefficient C=0. The lengths of the links are l AB =100mm, l BC =200mm, l AD =200mm. This problem asks for the pressure analysis of the machine, to determine the force between the slider and the object (i.e. the force of the spring). tarting Adams and Making Settings tarting Adams and Making Settings a. Start Adams. b. Create a new model . The model name is pressure machine . c. Use default units setting . d. Set Working Grid as along X to 500 and Y to 400, grid spacing for X and Y to 20. e. Keep the default Icon Settings . reating Model reating Model a. Click the working area. b. Press F4 key. The Coordinates window appears. c. Select link tool in Main Toolbox . d. Check Length , in Length text field enter 100 . Check Width , in Width text field enter 20; Check Depth , in Depth text field enter 10 . e. Move the cursor to (0,0,0) position and click. f. Move the cursor horizontally. When you see a link appears, click. The crank is created and named as PART_2 automatically. Creating Crank Creating Crank c d b a e f reating Model reating Model a. Select link tool in Main Toolbox . b. Select Add to Part . c. Check Length , in Length text field enter 200 . Check Width , in Width text field enter 20 . Check Depth , in Depth text field enter 10 . d. Click (0,0,0) position. e. Move the cursor upward and then click. Creating Crank Creating Crank d a b c e reating Model reating Model a. Right-click crank (PART_2)....
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2010 for the course MEC 7658h taught by Professor Madder during the Spring '10 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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