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Belt Conveyor Design Dunlop

Belt Conveyor Design Dunlop

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CONVEYOR BELT TECHNIQUE
DESIGN AND CALCULATION
 
I
Index
1 Introduction
1.1 Foreword1.2Development chronology, development aims1.3Dunlop-Enerka test rig
2Belt Conveyors
2.1Basic sketch, concept, description
3.Drive Systems
3.1Pulley arrangement, conveying systems3.2Single pulley head drive, Dual pulley head drive, Head and tail drive,general criteria3.3Drive componentsPulley motor, Geared motor, Motor-gears-Couplings
4Couplings
4.1Coupling types, fixed coupling, flexible coupling, fluid coupling,hydro dynamic coupling4.2Start-up procedure4.3Run back prevention (holdback)
5.Drive Pulley
5.1Force transmission, Eytelwein limitations, slip, creep5.2Friction factor
, angle of wrap
6.Take-up (tension) Systems
6.1General, fixed take-up, gravity weight take-up, regulated take-uptension
7Detection Devices
7.1Belt tension detection, off-track detection, belt slip detection,longitudinal slitting safety device
8Cleaning Devices
8.1General, ground rules8.2Cable scraper, transverse scraper, fan scraper staggered scraper,rotary scraper (vertical)8.3Rotary scraper (horizontal) rapping roller, belt turnover, high pres-sure water cleaning
9Load
9.1General, bulk loads, piece loads, bulk density, angle of repose/sur-charge, lump size, classification9.2Temperature, moisture, chemical characteristics, p
H
value, angle ofinclination
10Conveyor Belt
10.1General, belt construction10.2Carcase, ply material10.3Covers, cover qualities (DIN/ISO)10.4Special qualities, cover thickness ratio10.5Angle of inclination values, cover thickness values10.6DUNLOP cover qualities, specifications10.7Basic Materials10.8Belt specification, DUNLOP belt types
 
II
Index
11Design
11.1Main data, belt speed, standard values, recommended values11.2Belt widths, standard widths, minimum belt width, idler arrange-ment, idler spacing11.3Idler spacing (recommended values) idler rotation, idler roll diame-ter, standard idler roll lengths L11.4Photograph11.5Cross sectional area of load, comparison various cross sections11.6Conveyor capacity, load stream volume, load stream mass, degreeof filling, reduction factor11.7Power requirement, electric motor type list11.8Adjustment factors11.9Belt types11.10Pulley diameters, standard diameters11.11Pulley rotation, pulley loading11.12Average surface pressure, transmission capability, start-up torque11.13Troughing transition, pulley lift11.14Convex vertical curve values11.15Concave vertical curve, curve co-ordinates11.16Belt turnover, turnover length, values11.17Horizontal curve, values
12Basis of Calculation
12.1Resistance to motion, main resistance, secondary resistance, sloperesistance, special resistances12.2Peripheral force F
U
(working), summation12.3Factor C (allowance for secondary resistance)12.4Fictitious friction factor f12.5Mass of rotating idler parts. Mass of belt12.6Mass of material load. Peripheral force F
A
(start-up) friction cut-offmaterial/belt12.7Start-up factor K
A
, acceleration a
A
, take-off time, accelerationdistance12.8Peripheral force F
B
(braking), delay, over-run distance, braking tor-que of motor M
M
, drive power at pulley P
T
, motor power P
M
12.9Degree of efficiency
, nominal motor power (DIN) drive system12.10Distribution of drive power with head and tail drive, distribution ofdrive power with dual pulley head drive12.11Factor x for various drive conditions12.12Distribution of drive power with dual pulley head and tail drive12.13Belt tensions T
1
and T
2
. Belt tension correction, fixed take-up12.14Correction of belt tensions moveable take-up12.15Correction of belt tensions for minimum belt tensions12.16Sequential calculation to ascertain belt tensions T
1
to T
4
, forcedistribution, individual resistances12.17Sequential calculation for single pulley head drive12.18Sequential calculation for tail drive and tail drive braking12.19Sequential calculation for head and tail drive and dual pulley headdrive12.20Section loadings12.21Nominal belt strength, safety factor12.22Selection of belt type (criteria)12.23Selection of belt type (criteria continuation)12.24Selection of belt type (criteria continuation)12.25Belt reference to ascertain a belt type12.26Determination of fall energy at the loading point12.27Influence of stresses on belt selection12.28Photograph12.29Determination of troughing capabilities12.30Determination of cover thicknesses12.31Determination of take-up travel, values

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