Densen customized hydraulic yox motor hydraulic gear fluid coupling,yot fluid coupling
|Densen customized hydraulic yox motor hydraulic gear fluid coupling,yot fluid coupling
|35CrMo/ZG270/45# steel/Aluminum alloy
|Widely used in metallurgy, mining, engineering and other fields.
Typical case of diaphragm coupling applied to variable frequency speed control equipment
JMB type coupling is applied to HangZhou Oilfield Thermal Power Plant
According to the requirements of HangZhou Electric Power Corporation, HangZhou Oilfield Thermal Power Plant should dynamically adjust the power generation according to the load of the power grid and market demand, and carry out the transformation of the frequency converter and the suction fan. The motor was originally a 1600KW, 730RPM non-frequency variable speed motor matched by HangZhou Motor Factory. The speed control mode after changing the frequency is manual control. Press the button speed to increase 10RPM or drop 10RPM. The coupling is still the original elastic decoupling coupling, and the elastic de-coupling coupling after frequency conversion is frequently damaged, which directly affects the normal power generation.
It is found through analysis that in the process of frequency conversion speed regulation, the pin of the coupling can not bear the inertia of the speed regulation process (the diameter of the fan impeller is 3.3 meters) and is cut off, which has great damage to the motor and the fan.
Later, they switched to the JMB460 double-diaphragm wheel-type coupling of our factory (patent number: ZL.99246247.9). After 1 hour of destructive experiment and more than 1 year of operation test, the equipment is running very well, and there is no Replace the diaphragm. 12 units have been rebuilt and the operation is in good condition.
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Handling Overloads and Stall Conditions in Fluid Couplings
A fluid coupling is designed to handle overloads and stall conditions in power transmission systems. When an overload or stall occurs, the fluid coupling utilizes its unique operating principle to protect the drivetrain and the connected machinery:
- Slip Feature: One of the key characteristics of a fluid coupling is its ability to slip at high torque loads. When an overload situation arises, the fluid coupling allows some relative motion between the input and output sides, known as slip. This slip absorbs the excess torque and prevents it from being transferred to the driven equipment, effectively protecting it from damage.
- Fluid Circulation: During normal operation, the fluid inside the coupling circulates smoothly between the impeller and turbine, transmitting torque with minimal losses. However, when an overload or stall condition occurs, the fluid circulation may become turbulent, generating heat in the process. This heat dissipation helps in absorbing and dissipating the excess energy, preventing the transmission system from experiencing sudden stress.
- Automatic Reconnection: After an overload or stall condition, once the excess torque is dissipated through slip and heat, the fluid coupling automatically reconnects the input and output sides, resuming the power transmission. This automatic reconnection ensures that the system returns to normal operation once the overload situation is resolved.
- Sturdy Construction: Fluid couplings are designed with robust and durable materials to withstand high torque and thermal stresses during overload conditions. The strong construction ensures that the fluid coupling remains reliable and operational even after multiple overload events.
Overall, a fluid coupling’s ability to handle overloads and stall conditions makes it a reliable and essential component in various industrial applications. By providing overload protection and slip characteristics, fluid couplings help prevent costly damage to equipment, increase operational safety, and contribute to the longevity of the entire power transmission system.
Fluid Couplings in Hydraulic Drive Systems
Yes, fluid couplings can be used in hydraulic drive systems to transmit power and control the speed of driven components. In hydraulic drive systems, fluid couplings act as a torque converter, providing a smooth and gradual transfer of power between the input and output shafts.
The basic principle of a fluid coupling remains the same whether it is used in a mechanical drive system or a hydraulic drive system. The fluid coupling consists of an input impeller connected to the prime mover (such as an electric motor or an engine) and an output runner connected to the driven component.
When the prime mover is activated, it drives the input impeller, creating a flow of hydraulic fluid within the coupling. This fluid flow creates a hydrodynamic torque that is transferred to the output runner, driving the connected component. The fluid coupling allows for a controlled slip between the input and output, allowing the driven component to start smoothly and gradually reach its desired speed.
In hydraulic drive systems, fluid couplings offer several advantages:
- Smooth Torque Transmission: Fluid couplings provide smooth torque transmission, reducing shocks and vibrations in the system.
- Overload Protection: Fluid couplings can protect the drive system from overloads by allowing some slip in the event of sudden changes in load or jamming of the driven component.
- Speed Control: By controlling the flow of hydraulic fluid, the speed of the driven component can be precisely regulated.
- Energy Efficiency: Fluid couplings can help improve energy efficiency by reducing mechanical losses and optimizing power transmission.
Hydraulic drive systems with fluid couplings are commonly used in various industrial applications, including conveyor systems, mining equipment, marine propulsion, and more. They offer reliable and efficient power transmission while protecting the machinery from excessive loads and shocks.
It’s essential to consider the specific requirements of the hydraulic drive system and the characteristics of the fluid coupling to ensure optimal performance and efficiency in the application.
Fluid Couplings and Energy Efficiency in Power Transmission
Fluid couplings play a significant role in improving energy efficiency in power transmission systems. They achieve this by enabling smooth and efficient torque transmission while reducing energy losses during various operating conditions.
One of the key factors contributing to the energy efficiency of fluid couplings is their hydrodynamic principle of operation. When power is transmitted through a fluid coupling, it operates on the principle of hydrodynamic power transmission. The primary component, known as the impeller, rotates and imparts motion to the fluid inside the coupling. This motion creates a hydrodynamic force that transmits the torque to the output side.
During the initial startup or when there is a significant speed difference between the input and output shafts, the fluid coupling allows the input shaft to accelerate gradually. This feature, known as the soft start, reduces the mechanical stress on the connected components and the power source. By avoiding sudden acceleration, fluid couplings minimize the energy spikes that occur during direct starts in systems without couplings.
Moreover, fluid couplings act as a torque limiter when the load exceeds a certain threshold. This characteristic, known as the slip, allows the fluid coupling to disengage slightly when the torque reaches a predetermined level. As a result, it protects the system from overloads and reduces energy wastage during high-stress conditions.
Additionally, fluid couplings help mitigate the impact of shock loads and torsional vibrations, which can reduce wear and tear on mechanical components. By minimizing vibrations and shock loads, fluid couplings contribute to longer equipment life and, consequently, lower maintenance and replacement costs.
However, it’s important to note that like any mechanical component, fluid couplings have some energy losses due to viscous drag and heat dissipation. While modern fluid couplings are designed with improved efficiency, these losses need to be considered when assessing the overall energy efficiency of a power transmission system.
In summary, fluid couplings enhance energy efficiency in power transmission by providing soft starts, torque limiting, and damping of vibrations, thus reducing energy wastage and extending the life of the connected equipment.
editor by CX 2023-12-06