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Design and analysis of SLS mechanism for hand operated vibrating Machines
Balapure S., Barkul S., Banarjee A.,
Published in Elsevier Ltd
Volume: 59
Pages: 208 - 215
In engineering practice, mechanical vibration plays a very important role, such vibrations can lead to negative issues. The vibration is caused due to various factors like restrained machine vibration which can lead to wear and tear or damage of the equipment. Vibrating machinery can create unnecessary sound, cause protection issues and lead to degradation. It can also cause machinery to use more power and may damage the condition of the product. In order to reduce the negative effect of vibration a design is proposed such that it will not only reduce the vibration to a certain extent but also support the human body while using equipment like jackhammers, heavy drills, etc. The Scissor Like Structure (SLS) can be applied in many other engineering applications to achieve higher quality vibration control. In this article a SLS model is designed with the help of CATIA. Various parametric influences are considered and after taking suitable dimensions the model analysis is done. The calculations were plotted with the help of MATLAB. And, considering all the negative issues caused by vibration a user-friendly exoskeleton is designed. With help of this innovative design simulation, experiments are performed. The results demonstrate the effectiveness and efficiency of this model and also eliminates the chances of failure. At the end the natural frequency of the SLS is calculated. © 2022
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JournalMaterials Today: Proceedings
PublisherElsevier Ltd
Open AccessNo