INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY WITH PERFORMANCE MONITORING OF THE KEY TECHNOLOGICAL INDICATORS FOR POWER SHOVELS AND DRAGLINE BY MEANS OF ELECTRIC DRIVE

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The report focuses on the process measurements of the mass of rock in the bucket power shovels and dragline excavators. The mathematical models are suggested of AC and DC electric drives of excavators. These models are a basis for calculation methods of the electric drive electromagnetic torque. The design schemes of mechanical equipment of excavators considered to account the situation of bucket in the plane of the boom. The methods of static moment allocation and identification of the excavator technological operations are developed. The results of the work are experimentally tested on power shovels with bucket capacity of 12 and 18 m3.
Keywords: excavator; Excavators; Coordinate system; Electric drives; Information; Shovels; shovel; Motors; Operation; Power;
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