MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 319, 20202020 8th Asia Conference on Mechanical and Materials Engineering (ACMME 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||10 September 2020|
Experimental Study on the Breaking Ability of the Cutting Angle of Conical Picks
Jiangsu Xugong Construction Machinery Research Institute Co., Ltd, Xuzhou 221004, China
2 Sate Key Laboratory of Intelligent Manufacturing of Advanced Construction Machinery, Xuzhou 221004, China
* Corresponding author: K.X.Kang@email@example.com
This Effects of cutting angle of conical picks affecting on rock breaking capacity was researched to calculate the low construction efficiency of the conical picks at hard rock cutting. Firstly, according to the construction situation of the conical picks, the rotary milling test bench of rock was built. Secondly, the physical and mechanical properties of four kinds of rocks (blue sandstone, red sandstone, limestone, granite.) were measured, and the brittleness index of the four kinds of rocks was calculated. Finally, four kinds of rocks were tested at six cutting angles, respectively. The results of the experiments indicate that the radial force is the largest, the tangential fore is the second, and the lateral force is the smallest in the three-axis of the pick against the four rocks over 50MPa. With the increase of the rock compressive strength, the ratio of radial force to tangential force increases gradually. Therefore, more down-force of machine is needed to improve the impact penetration ability of the pick. Taking milling resistance and specific energy consumption as index, the cutting angle of 63 for the green sandstone and red sandstone, and the cutting angle of 58 for the limestone and granite are helpful to improve the operation efficiency of the whole machine.
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