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Schematic Diagrams Design of Displacement Suppression Mechanism with One Degree-of-Freedom in a Rope-Guided Hoisting System

Schematic Diagrams Design of Displacement Suppression Mechanism with One Degree-of-Freedom in a Rope-Guided Hoisting System
Lu Yan, Guohua Cao, Naige Wang, Weihong Peng
Since it is difficult for lateral stiffness of rope-guided rails to meet industry criteria in deep construction shaft, schematic diagrams of displacement suppression mechanisms (DSMs) are designed with a systematic approach demonstrated to reduce the lateral displacement of rope-guided rails in this paper. DSMs are simplified as planar four-bar and six-bar topological graphs based on topological theory. Each corresponding mechanical chain of these four-bar and six-bar mechanisms is divided into a rack, mechanical parts, prismatic, and revolute joints. An extended adjacency matrix is defined to represent the rack position, specific types of kinematic joints, and adjacency relationships between kinematic parts. Then, a symmetric vertex identification method is proposed with regard to planar 1-DOF (one degree of freedom) four-bar and six-bar topological graphs to get the sequences of prismatic joints for kinematic chains of DSMs. Finally, the alternative schematic diagrams of DSMs are obtained. The results show four-bar mechanisms with simple structure; few kinematical parts but less resident force are suitable for a mine shaft with small space and small swing. Six-bar mechanisms with two prismatic joints and three mechanical rack degree are applicable for wide shaft space in deep shaft, due to their stable structure and double resistant force. This development is helpful for DSM dimension synthesis design in future.

Publisher URL: https://www.mdpi.com/2073-8994/12/3/474

DOI: 10.3390/sym12030474

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