MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 263, 2019Research, Production and Use of Steel Ropes, Conveyors and Hoisting Machines (VVaPOL 2018)
|Number of page(s)||12|
|Published online||30 January 2019|
Determination of mining equipment motion resistance
VŠB - Technical university of Ostrava, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Transport,
17. listopadu 15/2172,
Ostrava - Poruba,
2 Mining Plant 1, the Lazy mine location, Čs. armády č. p. 1, 735 06 Karviná - Doly, Czech Republic
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The article presents the experimental measurement of the mining equipment motion resistance in the Mining Plant 1, the Lazy mine location district. The procedure of the experimental tests was as follows, one of the transport vessels was fitted with a weight of a known weight. The mining cage was loaded with the weight and pulled up in the traffic pit to the required depth, then the mining equipment was released and, using the IRC rotation speed sensor attached to the rope drum shaft, the travelled trajectory and the instantaneous mining cage speed were recorded with an indirect method. Upon reaching the speed of the transport vessels, a maximum of 3.15 m/s, the vessels were equipped with the mining equipment brakes and the transport vessels were slowed down to zero speed. From the recorded data in the PC memory, ie initial positions of both transport vessels, travelled trajectory and instantaneous speed values, the values were consequently calculated and added to the stated tables.
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