The use of the magnetic-liquid effect to reduce static and dynamic imbalance from the moving masses of drive devices

Dynamics, strength of machines, instruments and equipment


Аuthors

Ermakov V. Y.

Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI), MADI, 64, Leningradsky Prospect, Moscow, 125319, Russia

e-mail: v_ermakov2003@mail.ru

Abstract

While mechanical systems with rotating or moving masses operation, small amplitude vibrations, which cause negative effect on both control system (CS) operation and sensing elements, are being transferred to the spacecraft structure, which may lead to the CS orientation accuracy degradation. This problem can be solved provided that mounting locations of both precision instruments (PI) and moving masses are known. It is required to determine the moments of inertia of the spacecraft elastic structures provided that dynamic requirements depending on the spacecraft angular velocity are fulfilled, and minimize:

- micro vibrations while special spacecraft precision instruments operation;

- functions of static and dynamic imbalance.

A five-degree-of-freedom vibration isolator employing magneto-liquid effect was developed to reduce the effect of the above said factor on the relative movement of the optical path. The experimental results of its mathematical modelling are presented as well. The tests on studying the effect of the cavity height between the permanent magnet enveloped by the magnet liquid and the unit case, as well as the permanent magnet and case materials on the system characteristics; the permanent magnet base area on the system operation effectiveness were conducted. The results of experimental studies of the vibration system with vibration isolator employing magnet liquid effect revealed 5–10 times reduction of absolute linear traversing. The suggested system herewith was recommended for “Spectrum-UV” spacecraft adaptation as a tool for eliminating undesirable micro disturbances created by flywheel-motors.

Keywords:

magnetic fluid, magneto-liquid vibration isolator, electric flywheel, vibration isolator

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