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УДК 621.881

Hamuyela J.A. Guerra, Kuznetsov Y.N., Ibrahim Al-Refo Farhan

National Technical University of Ukraine «Kiev Polytechnic Institute», Kiev, Ukraine ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )



Хамуйела Ж.А. Герра, к.т.н., проф., Кузнецов Ю.Н., д.т.н., проф., Аль-Рефо Ибрагим Фархан, к.т.н., доц.
НТУУ «Киевский политехнический інститут», г. Киев, Украина



Abstract. Purpose. A new genetic-morphological method using the analogy between the electromechanical system and the mechanical system of rotating the clamping mechanisms. Further the examples of realization of proposed approach in creation of clamping chucks with other forcing (energing) streams.
Design/methodology/approach. The genetic classification of energetic (power) flows in the clamping mechanisms of various versions summarizes the properties of the elastic force structures of these mechanisms and constitutes the systematic basis for understanding of the fundamental principles of the structural organization and natural development of mechanical, electromechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electromagnetic, magnetic and other force clamp systems such as bodies of rotation similar to the genetic classification
of the electromagnetic field primary sources.
Findings. Main result - in the proposed classification of the interaction of the clamping element with the clamping object (components, work pieces or tool) various principles and laws of mechanics are reflected, including the topological invariance principle of the field sources, the principle of symmetry; the principle of two nets, the principle of conservation of the basic types of mechanical and other energy converters, the law of energy conservation, D'Alembert's principle, Hooke's Law etc.
Keywords: clamping mechanisms, energy (power) flows, collets, wide range chucks, quickset chucks.


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