MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 254, 2019XXIII Polish-Slovak Scientific Conference on Machine Modelling and Simulations (MMS 2018)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Methods and Systems in Machine Design|
|Published online||15 January 2019|
Wear evaluation study of the multiple grooved pulleys with optical method
Poznań University of Technology, Chair of Basics of Machine Design, Piotrowo 3 60-965 Poznań, Poland
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Multiple grooved pulley wear can be evaluated by using two methods, coordinate method and optical method. This paper presents the results of the research and the analysis of the geometrical features for this type of pulleys, which was obtained with the ATOS II optical system. In this method the evaluation of wear is made based on the comparison of the manufactured parts or assemblies with superimposing the CAD model and the surface model obtained from digitization. Existing differences can be easily determined by their visualization in the form of a colored map of deviations or profile differences. This method is subject to a methodological error, which is a result of the accuracy of the scan and the correctness of the model's fit. Optical techniques can be used to determine the accuracy of the geometric features for products made with any shaping technique (machining, plastic processing, incremental methods, etc.).
Key words: v-belt / multi-groove belt / optical measurements / pulleys wear
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