Nonlinearity and Feedback Compensation Method in a Pneumatic Vibration Generator

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B. Kuźniewski

The Institute of Basic Technical Sciences, Maritime University of Szczecin, 70-205 Szczecin, Poland

J. Dyn. Sys., Meas., Control 122(1), 163-167 (Mar 08, 1996) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.482437 History: Received March 08, 1996
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Kuźniewski, B., 1994, Dynamics and Principles of Designing Piston Pneumatic Units Generating Periodic Signals, WSM, Studia Nr 19, Szczecin (in Polish).
Kuźniewski, B., 1995, “Nonlinearity Compensation in a Pneumatic Vibration Generator With a Dual Chamber for the Variable Component” Mechanical System and Signal Processing, 9 , No. 4, pp. 439–443, Academic Press, London.


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Diagram of a pneumatic vibration exciter
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Physical model of a pneumatic vibration exciter
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Variable of a pneumatic exciter state
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Pneumatic vibration generator design for experimental investigation. 1, cylinder; 2,3, covers; 4, two-sided piston; 6,8, inlet holes; 7,9, outlet holes; 10,11, chambers; 12,13,14,15, ring components of cylinder liner; 16, inlet slot; 17, outlet slot; 18, rotor with sinusoidal contours.
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A fragment of the extended cylinder liner with inlet and outlet slots, cylindrical rotor surface with sinusoidal contours marked with a broken line; 1,2,3,4, ring components of cylinder liner; 5, inlet slot; 6, outlet slot; 7, rotor with sinusoidal contour



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