Starting and stopping as energokinematic regimes of electric drives of indus-trial mechanisms
Keywords:technical terms, energy kinematic modes, movement, locking
Purpose. To analyze the current technical terms that correspond to the physical processes in the electric drive system during atypical dynamic modes. Review possible modes in the kinematic parts of the electric drive during dynamic modes that may affect the nature of the transients. To form a definition of technical terms that characterize the real energy-kinematic regimes when moving and starting the electric drive of industrial mechanisms, which were not previously considered as insignificant or as non-existent.
Methodology. In order to solve the set tasks, the analysis of the technical terms defined by the technical literature, GOST, DSTU, etc. was carried out. To formulate new terminology for physical processes of atypical modes, the analysis of physical and energy processes occurring in the electrical and kinematic parts of the electric drive under such dynamic modes is performed..
Findings. Possible cases of atypical modes of operation of kinematic circuits and energy channels of energy conversion during the start-up of electric drives of technological mechanisms under load, for the characteristics of which there is no technical terminology, are identified. Based on the results of the analysis of energy-kinematic regimes, technical terminology is proposed, which fully covers and characterizes the considered atypical processes that take place during the moving and start-up of technological mechanisms.
Originality. For the first time, technical terminology has been proposed that characterizes the energy-kinematic modes of electric drives of technological mechanisms during start-up.
Practical value. For the first time, the use of technical terms is proposed for a clear and visual representation of energy kinematic modes that occur during the moving and start-up under load of different types of technological mechanisms.
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