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Title: Gears or rotors-three approaches to design of working units of hydraulic machines
Authors: Stryczek J.
Bednarczyk S.
Codina-Macia, Esteban
Ivanović L.
Matejic, Milos
Journal: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2019
Abstract: © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd. The gerotor pump has many advantages over other hydraulic pumps, such as high reliability, compactness, lower noise in running conditions etc. Considering the increasingly stringent regulations in the field of environmental protection, one of the main goals in the industrial applications of gerotors is to improve their design by using light materials and optimize their performance. This paper will give an overview of modern research that focuses on improving the performance of gerotor pumps. A joint publication of three university centers, namely of Wroclaw, Terrassa and Kragujevac, presents their original approaches to the problem of designing gerotor and orbital systems. The presentations have been prepared in separate parts, but according to similar rules. The first part of the paper focuses on meshing between internal and external gear of gerotor. Analysis for both cases, moved axis and fixed axis, will be provided in accordance to their working characteristics and their application. The second part of the paper provides the design of a gerotor pump strikes a balance between volumetric efficiency, manufacturability and mechanical efficiency. The third part of the paper defines the methodology for selecting the best combination of geometric form parameters of the trochoidal gearing in relation to the reduction of contact stresses and improving other characteristics of the pump. All three parts provide manufacturing and application review in the fluid power machines. Paper concludes with presented theoretical and experimental review of the authors and their practice achievements.
Type: Conference Paper
DOI: 10.1088/1757-899X/659/1/012006
ISSN: 17578981
SCOPUS: 85075393118
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Engineering, Kragujevac
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