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 Title & Authors
Study on Analysis Process for Slip Torque Design Control of Impact Hammer Drills
Kim, Seung Hyeon; Kwon, Sang Youp; Ko, Dong Shin; Hur, Deog Jae; Dong, Kwang Ho;
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 Abstract
This paper describes the derivation methodology of the working torque predictive model that can be used in the initial design stages of the impact hammer tool. The working torque control mechanism is designed, taking into account various factors, such as the force of the spring and friction. Firstly, the analysis dynamic model for working environments was modeled as an additional bush and spring, and verified by comparing the test results of the working torque. Secondly, the main performance parameters of the working torque were theoretically defined by analyzing the operating mechanism. The equation to predict the working torque was derived using the dynamic analysis results according to the value changes of the parameters. The prediction equation of the working torque was validated by comparing the predicted results with the experimental data. The error difference between the experimental data and the predictive model results was found to be 8.62%.
 Keywords
Dynamic characteristics;Power tool;Working torque system;
 Language
Korean
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