E3S Web Conf.
Volume 123, 2019Ukrainian School of Mining Engineering - 2019
|Number of page(s)||12|
|Published online||22 October 2019|
Drive systems of the drilling rigs for open pits in Ukraine: state and ways for improvement
Dnipro University of Technology, Electro-Technical Department, 19 Yavornytskoho, 49005 Dnipro, Ukraine
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A comparative analysis is presented of the characteristics of drilling rigs used in open-pit mining in Ukraine. The experimental studies have been conducted of the drive systems and drilling rigs influence on the dynamics of the drilling process under the mining and geological conditions of the Central Mining and Processing Plant (Kryvyi Rih city, Ukraine). The frequency characteristics have been obtained and the dynamic properties of the automated drive systems, as well as frequency characteristics of the rotation mechanism transmissions have been analyzed. The behavior of natural oscillation frequencies in closed control loops of rotational drives was studied, and it has been determined that they exceed the cutoff frequency and fall into the pass band from the attenuation band in frequency-controlled induction motors of most advanced drilling rigs with the maximum number of rods connected in the drill string. It has been established that low oscillation frequencies due to the side frequencies, generated by the drill rod oscillations, fall into the fastest internal current loop. The tasks have been formulated for further research. The purpose of research is to solve the actual scientific and applied problem of dynamic compatibility of frequency characteristics in the modern high speed drive systems with the dynamic characteristics of drilling rigs, which are multi-mass mechanisms with distributed and concentrated parameters with a change in added masses.
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