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Development of the Auto-Aging Test Controller for a Hydraulic Motor
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  • Journal title : Journal of Drive and Control
  • Volume 12, Issue 4,  2015, pp.28-34
  • Publisher : Korea Society of Fluid Power & Construction Equipments
  • DOI : 10.7839/ksfc.2015.12.4.028
 Title & Authors
Development of the Auto-Aging Test Controller for a Hydraulic Motor
Jung, Gyu Hong; Shin, Dae Young; Seo, Dong Jin;
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 Abstract
Because heavy-duty construction vehicles such as excavators are required for good engine-room cooling capacity, a hydraulic gear motor is adopted in the cooling fan drive mechanism to actively control the output speed, instead of adopting the conventional ON/OFF type belt drive. While gear motors are normally limited to 140bars of operating pressure, those for the cooling fan are capable of operating at continuous pressures of up to 220bars. After assembly, all gear motors for high pressure must pass an aging test which is a kind of the wearing process between the gear teeth and motor housing. During the aging process with gradual pressure increments, gear sticking sometimes occurs due to abnormal wear, resulting in defects. This paper focuses on a gear-sticking free aging test controller that is designed together with the knowledge of an experienced operator and the analysis results of experimental data of the gear jamming phenomenon. From the aging experiment, it is demonstrated that the developed controller that can alter the setting pressure of the load pump is effective for stabilizing the abrupt increase in the motor input pressure, thus preventing the hydraulic motor from stopping. This is expected to be helpful for the reduction of defects and increase in productivity.
 Keywords
Hydraulic Motor;Electro-Proportional Pressure Reducing Valve;Motor Aging;Hydraulic Motor Stuck;
 Language
Korean
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