Yan, T.Y.;Chung, J.H.(Chonnam National University, Gwangju, Republic of Korea)E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Journal of Biosystems Engineering, Jun 2004, v. 29(3) p. 233-242.
Vacuum packer, Modeling, Simulation, Functional virtual prototyping, 기능적 가상 시작기, 자동 쌀 진공포장기, 모델링, 시뮬레이션, Agricultural machinery and equipment, SIMULATION, and SIMULACION
Summary(En) 2 tables 17ill., 12 ref. A reduced 3D functional virtual prototype of a vacuum packer was developed and simulated for designing the rotational motions of the driving motors and predicting the power requirements of the motors used to drive the three units of the vacuum packer. The motion control functions for the driving motors were properly designed to fulfill the operating requirements. The predicted power requirements of motors used to drive the pressing board unit, taping, and vibrating board units were 100 W, 25 W, and 90 W, respectively. The kinematic analysis for the important components of the vacuum packer, the pressing board and tape holder, were conducted for improving the packing quality of the automatic vacuum packer.