Influence of a relatively high frequency structure vibrations on the dynamics of real stick-slip motion
Górniak vel Górski, Adrian
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The work concerns the research on the impact of structure vibrations on the dynamics of frictional contact of bodies moving in relation to each other and remaining in frictional contact, causing a stick-slip motion. A literature review was carried out, describing mainly the phenomena concerning friction, but also the dynamics of vibrations and non-ideal energy sources that induce system oscillations. In the next step an experimental station for investigation of friction equipped with a new subsystem inducing high-frequency vibrations is presented to propose a modified physical model of the investigated frictional system. After analysing the most important factors influencing the behavior of the tested system, a mathematical description was prepared, which in theory showed the potential influence of the attached subsystem on the dynamics of the movement of the tested object - the frictional connection. Various methods of implementing the unbalance of rotors, being the source of highfrequency excitation, have been considered. At the final stage, a series of measurements of the displacement of the vibrating block on the moving belt was performed with the highfrequency excitation turned on and off. The prepared graphs were used to analyse the dynamics of frictional contact and the impact of non-autonomous vibrations on the occurrence of the stick-slip phenomenon.