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Volume 37, 2021International Scientific-Practical Conference “Agriculture and Food Security: Technology, Innovation, Markets, Human Resources” (FIES 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||27 October 2021|
Simulation of the magnetic system of a linear motor for a delimber
Stavropol State Agrarian University, Russia
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The existing pruning shears and delimbers have many drawbacks that limit their widespread use in the production process. These are such disadvantages as large weight and dimensions, high power consumption, vibration and noise, low mobility due to being tied to an energy source. DC motors are used to drive the cutting blades. Their main disadvantage is the low operational reliability of such an element as electric brushes. The use of the kinematic transformation of the rotational motion of the electric motor into the reciprocating motion of the blades reduces the overall efficiency of the device and increases the consumption of electrical energy. The proposed linear electric motor for the delimber drive will increase the efficiency, operational reliability and reduce energy consumption for cutting tree branches. A feature of a linear electric motor is the use of two magnetizing coils, which are switched on alternately. The use of a thin element in the magnetic system makes it possible to redistribute the obtained magnetic flux towards the armature of the linear electric motor. The armature of the electric motor consists of magnetic and nonmagnetic bushings of a certain design. This allows you to obtain a magnetic flux, which, passing along the armature, creates an electromagnetic force that sets it in motion. The cutting blade is then anchored. This allows you to improve the characteristics of the proposed delimber. The main challenge in the design of the delimber is to create the maximum force on the cutting blade required to cut branches. For this, it is necessary to perform an improvement of the magnetic system of the linear electric motor. For this purpose, the simulation of the magnetic system was carried out in the ElCut program.
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