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Evaluation of Joint Reaction Forces for a Hydraulic Excavator Subjected to a Critical Load
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Evaluation of Joint Reaction Forces for a Hydraulic Excavator Subjected to a Critical Load
Kim, Oe-Jo; Yu, Wan-Seok; Yun, Kyeong-Hwa; Gang, Ha-Geun;
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 Abstract
This paper presents a three dimensional modeling and dynamic anlaysis of a hydraulic excavator. An excavator is composed of a ground, an under-frame, two idlers, two spockets, an upper-frame, a boom, an arm, a bucket two yokes, two connecting rods, two boom cylinders, an arm cylinder, and a bucket cylinder. Each cylinder is modeled with two separate bodies which are linked to each other by a translational joint. The three dimensioanl model of the excavator consists of 22 bodies and each body is assumed as rigid. This paper suggested the maximum lifting capability, a critical load and reaction forces at joints form the DADS simulation. It was presumed that the reaction forces due to a critical load are three times bigger than those due to the maximum lifting capacity.
 Keywords
Excavator;Multibody Dynamics;Under-Frame;Maximum Lifting Load;Critical Load;
 Language
Korean
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