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Statistical analysis of the indentation rolling resistance measurement according to DIN EN 16 974 for the validation of simulation models

Statistical analysis of the indentation rolling resistance measurement according to DIN EN 16 974 for the validation of simulation models

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Jahr 2021
Autoren Malte Kanus, Carsten Schmidt, Ludger Overmeyer
Veröffentlicht in Tagungsband 17. Fachkolloqium Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft für Technische Logistik e.V. (WGTL 2021), S. 238 - 245, Chemnitz
Beschreibung

The most significant challenges in belt conveyor technology are continuously increasing mass flows and conveying distances. The resulting increase in movement resistance is thus responsible for the necessary increase in drive power. For the design of belt conveyor systems, it is essential to gain knowledge of the movement resistances that occur. The main resistance comprises indentation rolling resistance (IRR), idler running resistance, vibration bending resistance, bulk material rolling resistance, and camber resistance. The IRR represents the most significant component of the movement resistance for horizontal belt conveyors. Due to the resulting particular importance for the design of belt conveyor systems, a test method for determining the IRR was developed at Iinstitute of Transport and Automation Technologoy (ITA) and standardized in DIN EN 16 974. This established measurement method is costly and time-consuming, which is why investigations are being carried out at ITA to determine the ERW by simulation. The material parameters required for the simulation are determined from small samples, which support the development of energyoptimized conveyor belts and make them more efficient. The validation of the simulation results bases on the previous metrological determination. Therefore, the statistical proof of the established measurement procedure is of particular interest.

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