INNOVATIVE BROAD-SPECTRUM TESTING AND MONITORING OF BELT TRANSMISSIONS

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to present the possibilities of testing and monitoring of belt conveyances, as well as the possibility of determining the limit states by extreme loads. The newly wrapped strap allows for extreme stresses to determine the deformation point of the belt itself. The design of the wall was based on the basic technological and constructional knowledge gained from the professional literature and practice councils. On the device, you can measure, for example, by means of mounted sensors, the actual rev counter, which is compared with the speeds set on the frequency inverters that control the electric motors. One of the wall options is to determine the slip of the belt drive by sensing the necessary parameters by means of sensors located at predetermined locations from which data is processed by a PC. By simply modifying the design of the device, it is possible to vary the different types, shapes, dimensions and conditions of aligning and setting the straps and straps. Measurement results could contribute to research into the development of new types of belt transfers.

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