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Published by Vishnu Vardhan . C
It's about the major part of the Cement Industry . It 's called " The Heart Of the Cement Plant "
It's about the major part of the Cement Industry . It 's called " The Heart Of the Cement Plant "

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Published by: Vishnu Vardhan . C on Mar 06, 2010
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Technical Machinery Documentation
State: 04.2001
Page 1 of 26
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Safetyby correct assembly, proper operation,careful maintenance and care
This symbol indicates all important safety references in thepresent operating instructions.
 
Observe these references and, in these cases, behave parti-cularly careful. Notify these safety instructions also to other users.
 
Beyond the references in these operating instructions, thegeneral safety- and accident prevention regulations of your legislator must be observed.
Urheberrecht
The copyright to these operating instructions remains with the KHD Humboldt WedagGmbH. The instructions are meant for the assembly-, operating- and supervision staff. Theoperating instructions contain regulations of technical nature and drawings which are notpermitted to be multiplied, distributed or used for competition purposes without authorisa-tion, nor in whole, nor in part, unless this has been expressly approved. The non-obser-vance of the above will entail claims for indemnification.
Postanschrift
KHD Humboldt Wedag GmbH
 
Dillenburger Str. 69
 
51170 Köln
 
GermanyTelefon: +49 (0)221 6504-1200
 
Telefax : +49 (0)221 6504-1209
Loose tyre with tyre sectionand tyre fastening
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Loose tyre with tyre section and tyre fastening
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Loose tyre with tyre section and tyre fastening
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BA 413-0171 en; Page 3 of 26
1Description
1.1Tyres
The tyres have a rectangular solid-profile cross section and are mechanically worked on either side. All forces and loads from the rotary tube are directed via the tyres into the tyre assemblyand further into the foundations.Beyond this function as supporting elements, the tyres are meant for providing the relatively"soft" rotary tube with the necessary circular stiffness.Therefore, proper functioning of the tyres is of utmost importance.
1.1.1Dimensioning
Dimensioning of the tyres is based on the assembly load resulting from the statical rotary tubecalculation considering the alternating dynamical and thermal stress upon different operatingconditions. The tyres are highly resistant to deformation, rupture and wear. Such, they are mee-ting all requirements regarding admissibleovalitytension in the cross sectionHertzian stress between tyre and supporting roller/thrust roller.The stiffness of the tyres, i.e. a small deformation under stress is of high importance for the dura-bility of the bricklining. This so-called ovality of the tyres is calculated acc. to Nies and is indica-ted in % of the internal diameters of the sheet shell (= rated tube diameter).For the calculated ovality of the tyres, the ovality value of max. 0.2% common in the cementindustry and recommended by the manufacturers of refractory materials has been taken as abasis.Calculation formula (acc. to Nies):WithP=assembly load in N calculated from the tube statics assuming the commonload values for a geometrically straight rotary tube (incl. tyre weight)Rs=centre-of-gravity radius of the tyre (cm)E=modulus of elasticity (N/cm²).I=moment of inertia (cm
4
).
ϑ
=Radius change
ω
=difference between large and small diameter of the deformed tyre bore

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