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DICTATOR assists you in selecting the appropriate damper for your application. You merely have to complete one of the following questionnaires. DICTATOR then will calculate and offer you the damper from our large range going best with your requirements. On the next two pages you will find questionnaires for final dampers. They are followed by those for oil dampers with fixings on both ends. To facilitate your work there are several ones for different fields of application. You only have to fill in the one representing your use. In case of questions or problems do not hesitate to contact our Technical Service.

U U

mv E= 2

m

Outline of Questionnaires

Final dampers Oil dampers with fixings on both ends Oil dampers with fixings on both ends Oil dampers with fixings on both ends on vertical flaps on horizontal flaps on hinged doors

page 03.058.00 page 03.060.00 page 03.061.00 page 03.062.00 page 03.063.00.

DICTATOR TECHNIK GMBH Gutenbergstr. 9 D - 86356 Neus Germany Tel. (0821)24673 - 0 Fax (0821) 24673 - 90 E-Mail info@dictator.de 1081

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The questionnaire for final dampers consists of two pages. On the first page please mark which kind of impact you need to cushion. On the second page please fill in as complete as possible - all information regarding mass and speed. Please send us these two pages. We gladly calculate the necessary damper. In case you want to calculate the damper yourself, you will find the corresponding formula beginning with page 03.063.00.

Horizontal impact

Inclined impact

Electric operator

m F

s F

Pneumatic operator

Vertical impact

Falling pendulum

h

Rotary operator

h

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Direction of movement linear: .......................... m/s .......................... kg

degree/s rad / s N Nm

Driving power

linear: rotating:

Kind of operator Pneumatic: Diameter of piston: Pressure: Hydraulic system: Diameter of piston: Pressure: Electric motor: Capacity: Gearing: .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... mm bar mm bar KW

horizontally: vertically: up: Drop height: incline: Angle: down: .......................... .......................... mm mm

Distance between fulcrum and barycentre: .....mm Distance between fulcrum and damper: ... mm

Number of operations

per hour:

..............

You don't have to fill in all questions, just what you know. Of course it would be most helpful to know the kind, mass and speed of the impact. The developing of a damper includes a test under realistic conditions. Our experienced technicians gladly will advise you. Please contact us: +49-821-2467355

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Address

Name Street Tel. Fax : : : : :

Weight [ Kg ] [ mm ] T [ mm ] B : : : : : : : Barycentre Barycentre

Town, postcode

Hand lever [ mm ] A Opening angle [ degree] q Distance lower edge U Number of dampers

Please tick your application and indicate your dimensions. The flap is shown in the closed position.

Fulcrum

U

Fulcrum at the top

T S

Ha nd lever

A Flap is vertical, opening to the exterior

B U

open

B

open

A

closed

open

D

closed

open

C

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Address

Name Street Tel Fax : : : :

Weight [ Kg ] [ mm ] T [ mm ] B : : : : : : : Barycentre Barycentre

Town, postcode :

Hand lever [ mm ] A Roof slope [ degree] Opening angle [ degree ] q Distance lower edge U Number of dampers :

On which side shall the damper be positioned? Please draw in. Please tick your application and indicate your dimensions. The flap is shown in the closed position.

Flap is above the fulcrum.

U B

A B C D E

Flap is horizontal, opening angle to the top. Flap is horizontal, opening angle to the bottom. Flap is inclined, hinges are on top. Flap is inclined, hinges are below. Flap is inclined, hinges are below. Flap is inclined, hinges are on top.

U B

S

Fulcrum

open open

D G

open

C

Flap is angular.

open

T

Fulcrum

open open

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Ha n

d le ver

S

=

closed

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Questionnaire for Oil Dampers with Fixings on Both Ends - Hinged Doors

Address

Name Street : : :

Weight Width Height [ Kg ] [ mm ] [ mm ] : : : : :

Wind load

[ N/qm ] :

Please clear up these four points: 1. Opening direction 2. Direction of wind 3. Position of damper 4. U / U

Direction of wind

Door

Closed

Direction of wind

Door is

vertical inclined to the interior inclined to the exterior angle of inclination : angle of inclination :

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Please follow the instructions given below to calculate yourself the required final damper. If the situation allows it, you should choose a stroke as long as possible, as this keeps the actual impact (damping force) lower. To obtain the necessary damping force you first have to calculate the energy the damper has to absorb with every stroke. Therefor you need - depending on the application - the following data: impact mass m (e.g. weight of door) in kg or mass moment of inertia J [kg . m2] = m . r2 and impact speed v in meters per second or angular velocity [r/s] = Upm . 0,1047 and damping distance (stroke) h and correction factor fK (see Technical Data of the damper) and partly distance of acceleration s (e.g. height of fall) and driving power F [N] or turning moment M [Nm] Which of these data you need depends on the purpose the damper is intended for.

Load on an incline

E=(mgh)+(mgs)

m

E = energy per stroke [Nm] m = impact mass [kg] g = acceleration due to gravity [m/s2] = 9.81 s = acceleration altitude [m] h = damping distance [m]

s

m v E = 2

E m v h = = = =

energy per stroke [Nm] impact mass [kg] impact speed [m/s] damping distance [m]

s

h s

h F

m F

E=

mv 2

+Fh

v=

s 2 Fm

E m v s F h

= = = = = =

energy per stroke [Nm] impact mass [kg] impact speed [m/s] acceleration distance [m] driving force [N] damping distance [m]

E= v=

mv 2

+Fh

s 2 Fm

2

E m v F h d P s

= = = = = =

F = 0,07854 d P

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energy per stroke [Nm] impact mass [kg] impact speed [m/s] driving force [N] damping distance [m] piston diameter of the pneumatic cylinder [mm] = pressure [bar] = acceleration distance [m]

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d

P

Free fall E = energy per stroke [Nm] m = impact mass [kg] g = acceleration due to gravity [m/s2] = 9.81 s = height of drop [m] h = damping distance [m]

Free pendulum E = energy per stroke [Nm] m = impact mass [kg] g = acceleration due to gravity [m/s2] = 9.81 s = height of drop [m] h = damping distance [m]

E=(mgs)+(mgh)

Turning load (electric operator) E = energy per stroke [Nm] J = mass moment of inertia [kg . m2] = m . r2 = angular velocity [r/s] = Upm . 0.1047 F = driving force [N] h = damping stroke [m] h m = impact mass [kg] r = radius [m] M = turning moment [Nm]

E=mgs

Calculation of the damping force

Damping force [N] = energy per stroke [Nm] x correction factor x 1000 stroke[mm]

m

Correction factor: it is indicated in the technical data of the respective damper type. Now look in the table of the choosen damper type for the damper corresponding to the calculated damping force. The calculated damping force is valid only for the stroke used in the calculation. In case you don't find in the choosen table a damper on which you could put the weight (damping force) calculated, there are three possibilities:

E= =

J 2

2

+ Fh

2

m r (UpM 0,1047) Mh + r 2

1. The choosen type of damper does not suit your application. Choose another type of damper and recalculate the damping force.

2. Your application is a special one needing a special damper. Please fill in the questionnaire on pages 03.058.00 and 03.059.00. We will calculate an appropriate damper. 3. There are not exact data at hand and you have to estimate the energy per stroke. In this case please also contact the DICTATOR Technical Service.

Calculation Example

"You are looking for a damper to cushion a pneumatically moved slider, e.g. with an EDH 20."

Impact mass (weight of slider and drive piston) m = 300 [kg] Acceleration distance (not dampened) s = 0.15 [m] of piston of pneumatic cylinder d = 30 [mm] Pressure P = 3.5 [bar]

Thus calculating: Driving power F [N] = 0.07854 x 302 x 3.5 = 247.4 N Impact speed v [m/s] = Resulting in:

2

2 x 247,4 x 0,15 300

= 0.5 m/s

First calculation with a stroke of 25 mm, damper type EDH 20. Energy per stroke [Nm] = 300 x 0,5 + 247.4 x 0.025 = 43.7 Nm As the correction factor for the type EDH 20 is 2,0: Damping force [N] = 43,7 x 2,0 x 1000 25 = 3 496 N

2

This result exceeds the maximum value in the table. But if you chose a longer stroke of e.g. 50 mm, the new calculation results in 2000 N. This value would be okay. DICTATOR TECHNIK GMBH Gutenbergstr. 9 D - 86356 Neus Germany Tel. (0821)24673 - 0 Fax (0821) 24673 - 90 E-Mail info@dictator.de 1081

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