Mutual positioning of automatically assembled noncylindrical parts
AbstractThe paper examines the mutual positioning of noncylindrical parts by controlling dry friction applied for automated assembly. Dynamic model of vibratory dis-placement and turn is made. Using MATLAB software package for calculation of motion and turn regimes are developed. Graphical dependencies for amplitudes of body displacement both on the system and excitement parame-ters, taking into account dry friction coefficient in respect to excitation force period range, are given. The existing areas of the body displacement regimes at basic parameters plane when controlling dry friction were determined.