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Introduction
Background
Current System
Figure 1:  Current Pneumatic Accelerator
Motivation
Figure 2:  Pressure Velocity Variation
Figure 3:  Impact Ram Weights/Faces
Literature Review
Overview of the Design
Design Specifications and Constraints
Accelerator
Table 1:  Accelerator Kinematic Specifications
Figure 4:  Inertial Force Requirements Assuming 40 cm Acceleration Phase
Figure 5:  Inertial Force Requirements Assuming 30 cm Acceleration Phase
Control System
Table 2:  Impact Ram Travel Lengths (Co‐linear to Ram Travel)
Impact Ram
Bearing System
Face Changeover
Instrumentation
Support Structure
Test Frame Assembly
Vertical/Angular Adjustment
Figure 7:  Approximate Relative Sweep Area of Impact Ram, Top View
Proposed Accelerator Solutions
VRTC Hydraulic System
Linear Induction Motor
Figure 9:  Anorad Iron‐Less Linear Induction Motor
Motion Controlled Hydraulic Circuit
Final Decision
Other Considerations
Final Design
Figure 10:  Side View of Ram to Demonstrate Accumulator Relative Position
Bearings
Air Bearings
Figure 11:  Location of Down force Applied to Ram (Worst Case Scenario)
Ram Shafts
Safety Release Mechanism
Static Support Structure
Base Plate
Figure 15:  Base Plate with Angle Iron Sections for Bolted Connections
Gussets
Figure 16:  Side Gusset with Angle Iron Sections for Bolted Connections
Linear Guide Assembly (Vertical Motion)
Figure 17:  Test Frame (Vertical Component) – Drive Train Not Included
Linear Guideways
Figure 18:  Applied Moment Force and Resultant Linear Forces
Vertical Test Frame Drive Train
Figure 19:  Hand Winch
Carriage Assembly (Rotational Motion)
Figure 20:  Carriage Assembly (Shown With Guide Blocks)
Pin Joint
Figure 21:  Carriage Assembly‐Exploded View (Some Items Not Shown)
Ram Faces
Budget
Table 4:  Static Support Structure
Table 5:  Test Frame (Vertical)
Table 6:  Carriage Assembly
Table 7:  Ram Assembly
Table 8:  Noise Control
Table 9:  Final Design
Discussion
Side Supports
Figure 22:  Side Supports
Wings
Weight Plates
Other Concerns
Conclusion
References
Appendix
A.  Speed Shots (IBRL, VRTC)
Table 10:  P/V Relationship IBRL Speed Shots (4/17/07)
Table 11:  P/V Relationship VRTC Speed Shots (5/15/07)
Figure 23:  Pneumatic Ram Pressure/Velocity Relationship
B.  Linear Motor Analysis
C.  Air Bearing/Shaft Quote
D.  Shaft Specifications
E.  Alro Quote
F.  Hiwin Product Specifications
G.  MotionUSA Quote (Vertical Test Frame)
H.  Pin Shearing
I. MATLAB Code
J.  Drawings
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Design of an Impact Ram Used to Simulate Loadings Encountered During Automobile Accidents

Design of an Impact Ram Used to Simulate Loadings Encountered During Automobile Accidents

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It is good post and introduce good type of linear guideways and in future there will be more post about this content
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hi this is good to hear and linear guide way are low center of gravity and compact design High speed smooth running low noise

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