Inertial module

 

(57) Abstract:

The invention relates to inertial propulsion vehicles. The module contains a ring-base, shaft, rotating the rotor with a displaced center of rotation and movable in a radial direction of the inertial masses. There is a device for displacement of the center of rotation of the above-mentioned rotor consisting of two symmetrical halves of the body, slider, clamps, brackets, and screws. One of these halves of the body has a groove into which is inserted the slider can move in the radial direction with screws, mounted in the brackets, which are mounted on said housing and held against displacement in the axial direction of the straps. The ring base is provided with a guide, and the aforementioned rotating the rotor has a radial sleeve with established therein the guide elements in the form of tubes, inside which are placed in the rod, the inner ends of which rest on the opposing spring, and their outer ends are rigidly connected to the brackets into the slots on the bearings inserted axis, on which is mounted the rollers for movement along the aforementioned guide ring-base. Sobriety technology and can be used in various fields of science and technology for moving objects, for example in shipbuilding, aviation, Astronautics and so on

Known Converter rotary motion into reciprocating is the driving wheels of a moving vehicle such as a car, Autocar, etc., In this case, the rotational movement of the driving wheels of the vehicle is converted into its forward movement due to the traction wheels with the surface on which it moves. This Converter rotary motion into reciprocating uses the force of rolling friction, if it does not, the vehicle is motionless.

Closest to the technical essence of the present invention is an inertial module containing the ring-base, shaft, rotating the rotor with a displaced center of rotation and movable in a radial direction of the inertial masses (UK application N 2111654, F 03 G 3/00, 1983).

The invention is aimed at expanding Arsenal of technical means used for converting rotational motion of the motor shaft in the forward movement of the vehicle.

This problem is solved due to the fact that the inertial module containing ring base with internal guide bromate is no internal part, made in the form of a rotating rotor with a displaced center of rotation and movable in a radial direction of the inertial masses, including radial sleeve with established therein the guide elements in the form of tubes, the inner ends of which are rigidly connected with the radial sleeve. Inside the tubes are placed movable rod, the inner ends of which rest on the opposing spring, and their outer ends are rigidly connected to the brackets in the socket which is inserted into the axis on which the bearings are installed by rotating the guide ring base rollers. To offset the center of rotation of the module also has a "floating" device consisting of two symmetrical halves, one of which contains a groove with the neckline, where to insert a slide which can be displaced in the radial direction inside of the groove or screws, installed in the brackets, which are attached to the body floating device. The edges of the groove and slide the scale is applied. Inside the slider has a bearing housing and a through hole for the axis of the radial sleeve. From mixing in the axial direction of the slider is held by brackets attached to the body floating device.

To reduce losses sacramone to use electromagnetic power system, containing electrical windings placed on the tube guide elements made of electromagnetic steel. Of W such material is made of a rod of radial elements. In this case, the axis module has two rings attached to the electrical windings and brush the node to supply power to the winding.

In Fig. 1 shows the design of the inertial module in the section, Fig. 2 shows the floating device of Fig. 3 is a General view of Fig. 4 shows a schematic depiction of the inertial module indicating the directions and relative velocities of the inertial mass, Fig. 5 given directions accelerated Coriolis moving inertial masses.

In Fig. 1, 2, 3 the following notation:

1 - ring-based inertial module;

2, 15 - bracket;

3 - axis roller;

4 - roller;

5 - bar;

6 - radial guide element (tube);

7 - opposing spring;

8 is a radial sleeve;

9 - shaft module;

10 - body "floating" device;

11 - housing module;

12 - a lining;

13 is a cross-bar;

14 - hairpin;

16, 17, 18, 19 - screw;

20 - slide;

21 - bearing cap;

22 - groove;

23, 24 - hole at back is a prominent form of lightweight and durable material for example, from titanium, and is designed to provide movement along the inside of the guide rollers 4, and for connecting and mounting parts inertial module. The bracket 2 is made in a U-shape and has two holes for mounting the axis 3 with the roller on two bearings and one hole for connection with the rod 5, which is located inside the guide tube 6. The bracket 2, axis 3, the bearings and the rod 5 is made of metal, i.e., have significant mass. The rod 5 and the tube 6 may be made of electrical steel, but it must comply with the requirement to provide minimum friction when there is relative movement as the rod 5 moves inside the tube 6 and its inner end through the gasket 12 it is based on opposing the spring 7 is placed inside the tube 6, which has its inner end rigidly connected with the radial sleeve 8 made of cylindrical shape and having on the outer surface of the eight holes (for the case shown in Fig. 1) for installation and rigid coupling tube 6, and a Central hole for mounting the shaft 9, which has two seats for bearings, mounted in the housing "Plav is a of Fig. 1 is not shown). One end of the shaft is made with slots for its connection with the driving motor. The module has a protective casing 11 to its isolation from the external environment. The cross member 13 is designed to increase the rigidity of the rotor. The stud 14 and bracket 15 perform the role of fastening elements.

Floating device (Fig. 2) is intended to offset the center of rotation of the rotor of the modulator. It consists of two symmetrical halves, one of which is shown in Fig. 2. Case "floating" of the device 10 should be made of lightweight and durable material, for example of titanium. Their more remote from the center of the sides of the housing is rigidly connected to the ring-base. In the middle of the housing has a groove 22 with the neckline, where to insert the slider 20, which can be displaced in the radial direction inside of the groove by means of screws 16, contrawise nuts 25 and mounted in the bracket 2, which is fastened to the housing 10 by screws 18. The edges of the groove and the slider caused digitized scale 27. Inside the slider has a slot to insert the bearing (Fig. 2 is not shown) in which is inserted the shaft of the module. On the outside of the bearing is closed by a cover 21 by means of screws 17. From displacement in the axial direction of the slider, and hence the rotor Ude the ring at the base of the module.

As can be seen from Fig. 3, the inertial module has the shape of an inverted saucer. The shaft 9 module one end must be connected to the driving motor. Case 10 "floating" device is rigidly connected to the ring-base. The casing 11 round shape and consists of two halves, each of which has two cut-out for enclosures floating device. Using the brackets 15 a module mounted on the vehicle.

In Fig. 4 shows the following symbols:

a geometric center of the module;

a1- offset (physical) center of rotation;

Rmaxthe amount of displacement of the center of rotation;

- the angular velocity of the rotor;

0, 1, 2,3, ..., 8 - point position of the rotor at the time;

S1, ..., S7- relative motion of the inertial mass;

V1, ..., V7- the speed of movement of the inertial masses.

The angles between the radial elements equal 45o.

When considering Fig. 4 it is assumed - the rotor rotates clockwise with a constant angular velocity . When this occurs the following: at the point 0, we will adopt it as the reference point - the value of the radius of rotation is maximal and equal to R+Rmaxand when moving clockwise it is where a certain degree of error). At point 3, it is also reduced to the point 4. Here the decrease of the radius ends and its value becomes minimum, is equal to R-Rmaxand here begins the increase of the radius to the point 8. It should be noted that at point 6 the magnitude of the radius of rotation becomes approximately equal to R (with allowable error. In point 8, the magnitude of the radius of maximum and equal to R+Rmaxand then the cycle repeats again. Considering the driving cycle, we see that the direction of the relative motion and velocity of the inertial mass to the right and left halves relative to axis 0 - 4 are the same, i.e., the arrows are directed from right to left. This is essential, because the direction of relative velocities determine the directions of Coriolis accelerations of the inertial masses.

In Fig. 5 adopted the following notation:

a geometrical center of rotation;

a1- the physical center of rotation;

Rmaxthe amount of displacement of the center of rotation;

0, 1, 2, 3, ..., 8 - point corresponding to the position of the elements of the module at time t;

- angular velocity module;

WK1, ..., WC7- vector of Coriolis accelerations of a moving inertial mass;

WG1, . . ., WG7horizontal components of the vectors UIC is R>V1, ..., V7- vector of relative velocities of the inertial masses.

When considering directions of Coriolis accelerations note that at the points 0 (or 8) and 4 Coriolis acceleration is zero, since at these points is equal to the zero vector of relative velocities. Points 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 the vectors Coriolis accelerations are determined by the rotation vectors of relative velocities at these points on the 90oin the direction of the angular velocity. In points 1 and 7 modules and at 3 and 5 modules because the inertial mass for these pairs are equidistant from the center of rotation, and the angular velocity is assumed constant. At points 2 and 6 of the vector WK2and WK6coincides modulo and direction. Further, if the vector WK1, WK3, WK5, WC7be decomposed into vertical and horizontal components, we see that the vector WG1and WG7and vector WG3and WG5equal to and in opposite directions, i.e., they are mutually compensated, and their vertical components are summed and give the resulting vertical component of the Coriolis acceleration is directed in one direction, i.e. in the direction opposite the offset of the center of rotation of the module. Module axenia rotor module;

V is the relative velocity of motion of the inertial mass;

- the angle between the vectors and V, in our case it is equal to 90oand so, sin = 1.

Inertial module works in the following way. When the rotor module on the inertial mass of the moving and the rotational and translational, namely the bracket 2 (Fig. 1) on the axis of the roller 3, the roller 4, the bearings of the roller axis, the rod 5 will act resulting Coriolis force directed in the direction opposite to the direction of the Coriolis acceleration, i.e. coincident with the direction of displacement of the center of rotation and is equal to:

Fcor= -m Vcor(2)

or taking into account (1)

Fcor= -2mV, (3),

i.e., the magnitude of the Coriolis force is proportional to the moving inertial mass m, the angular speed of rotation and the speed of the relative movement V. This force will be driving for the inertial module during its forward movement. Value: it is proportional to the applied torque to the shaft of the module and the direction coincides with the direction of displacement of the center of rotation.

Inertial module containing the ring-base, shaft, rotating the rotor with a displaced center of rotation and movable in a radial direction insertioninto rotor, consisting of two symmetrical halves of the body, slider, clips, brackets and screws, one of these halves of the body has a groove into which is inserted the slider can move in the radial direction with screws, mounted in the brackets, which are mounted on said housing and held against displacement in the axial direction of the straps, the said ring-base provided with a guide, and the aforementioned rotating the rotor has a radial sleeve with established therein the guide elements in the form of tubes, inside which are placed in the rod, the inner ends of which are based on opposing springs, and their outer ends are rigidly connected to the brackets into the slots on the bearings inserted axis, on which is mounted the rollers for movement along the aforementioned guide ring-base.

 

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