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P11251: Side Entry Agitator Test Stand. https://edge.rit.edu/content/P11251/public/Home. MSD I: System Level Design Review. Friday, January 14, 2011 @ 12:30-2pm RIT KGCOE: 09-44250. Project Team/Attendees. Project Sponsor : Richard O. Kehn - "ROK" Senior Technologist - Mixing

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P11251: Side Entry Agitator Test Stand

https://edge.rit.edu/content/P11251/public/Home

MSD I: System Level Design Review

Friday, January 14, 2011 @ 12:30-2pm

RIT KGCOE: 09-44250

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Project Team/Attendees

Project Sponsor : Richard O. Kehn - "ROK"

Senior Technologist - Mixing

SPX Flow Technology

MSD I, Team Guide: William J. Nowak Principal Engineer,

BGO/XIG/XRCW/OSL/Media & Mechatronic Systems Xerox Corporation

Team P11251: Kurt Lutz: P.M./(Measurement System w/ Integration)

Dennis Beatty: (Fluid-Tight Sealing Structure)

Joseph Bunjevac: (Physical Structure w/ Adjustability) Daniel Geiyer: (Measurement System w/ Integration)

Gregory McCarthy: Scribe/(Motor/Shaft/Coupling Integration)

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Meeting Agenda

Estimated Time

12:35 - 12:40

12:40 - 12:45

  • 12:45 - 1:50
  • 12:50 - 12:55
  • 12:55 - 1:00
  • 1:00 - 1:40
  • 1:00 - 1:10
  • 1:10 - 1:20
  • 1:20 - 1:30
  • 1:30 - 1:40
  • 1:40 - 1:50
  • 1:50 - 1:55
  • 1:55 - 2:00
  • Mission Statement
  • Project Description
  • Review of Customer Needs/Specs
  • Review of Pairwise, Engineering Metrics, HoQ, Pareto
  • Concept Sub-System Breakdown
  • Initial Concept Generation & Selection
    • Physical Structure
    • Shaft/Motor/Impeller Integration
    • Sealing System
    • Measurement System w/ Hardware Integration
  • Preliminary Risk Assessment/FMEA
  • Project Schedule Review (GANTT)
  • Questions/Comments/Concerns
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Mission Statement

Mission Statement: To create a side entry agitator test stand that allows the user to measure and calculate axial and tangential components of fluid forces, torque, and impeller speed on the motor, impeller, and shaft, incorporating a wide range of adjustable parameters.

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Project Description

  • Shaft protrudes through the side wall of the tank
    • very large, under floor tanks where little headroom is available
    • less costly than top entry mixers
    • requires less motor torque to agitate the fluid
    • three to five times the amount of power as a top entry mixer
  • Rely heavily on impeller selection
    • different diameters, physical sizes and blade profiles
  • Previously developed top entry test-rig
    • they currently have no way to benchmark these same impellers for side entry agitation
  • Create a test-rig that allows reliable measurement
    • through a range of adjustability (Impellers/Speeds/etc.)
    • similar concepts to the top entry test rig
    • different array of: bending moments, torque and fluid forces
  • Very beneficial to our customer
    • benchmark existing and future impeller designs for side entry applications.
slide6

Customer Requirements

Four Most Important Customer Needs:

  • Fluid Tight Seal
  • Calibration Incorporation
  • Tangential Fluid Forces
  • Fluid Thrust Force
slide8

Pairwise Comparison

GraphicalRepresentation of Pairwise Comparison

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Pareto Analysis of Eng. Metrics

Power Law Distribution

By designing for only 40% of the Engineering Metrics,

We’ll gain 65% of the advantages of designing

for all the Engineering Metrics

Top (5) Most Important Engineering Metrics

  • Tangential Force Measurement
  • Thrust Force Measurement
  • Shaft Rotational Speed
  • Torque Measurement
  • Ease of Calibration
  • Time of Calibration
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Physical Structure Sub-System

Stand Adjustability

  • Vertical and horizontal adjustment
  • Depth into tank
  • Angle left and right
  • Angle up and down
slide17

Physical Structure: Concept Selection

Key Advantages

  • Removes need for tilt plate
  • Reduces potential issue with structure height
  • No limit to step increments on any axis
  • Possibility for fully automated positioning via stepper motors
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Shaft, Motor, & Impeller Integration Sub-System

Explanation of this sub-system & components:

Shaft: Transmits torque & angular velocity via the motor & impeller

Coupler: Transmits power between the motor output shaft & shaft

Motor: Provides Mechanical Energy to the system

Impeller: “Work” horse of the system: agitates the fluid to be mixed

Fluid Agitation

Impeller

Shaft

Coupling

Motor

Tank Wall

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SMI: System Diagram w/ Impellers

  • Given Impeller Dia.: 4.5 – 10”
  • Off Wall Distance: TYP. 0.5D
  • <0.4D, Flow Drops Off
  • >0.5D, Minimal Additional Flow, Adds Cost for Minimal flow benefit
  • MATL: 316 S.S.
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SMI: Shaft Design Selection

Shaft Length = APROX. 2.25 – 5”

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SMI: Shaft Design Prelim. Equations

  • Static Cantilever Beam Analysis
  • Mod-Goodman Shaft Analysis
  • Natural Frequency Ck
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SMI: Shaft to Shaft Coupling

Set Screw Shaft Coupling

Disc Coupling

Gear Coupling

  • All must have high torsional strength, for accurate fluid force & thrust measurement
  • Allow for some degree of parallel mis-alignment, to prevent shaft(s) bending
  • Provide a secure connection between the (2) elements
  • Long lasting and minimal maintenance/overhaul required

LoveJoy Req’s:

  • 1) Required Max Torque

2) Motor Speed/HP Req.

3) Shaft/Motor Shaft Dia.

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SMI: Impeller/Shaft Connection

Based on given ID of provided impellers, two conditions could exist:

  • Shaft Dia. < Impeller Dia.

- need for a spacing collar

  • Shaft Dia. > Impeller Dia.

- need for a reducer

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SMI: Motor Selection

  • DC Motor, Variable Drive (per Measurement & Integration)
  • Highly dependent on “Physical Stand”
  • Package Size/Weight/Mounting Options
  • Capable of reaching 1100 RPM under load, with greatest thrust/torque producing impeller
  • Spec’d based upon required shaft size
  • Consider Side-Loading Effect on Motor Bearings/Life

Side Loading Location

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Sealing System: Initial Concepts

Concept 2

Concept 1

Concept 3

Concept 4

Concept 5

Concept 6

Concept 7

Concept 8 Concept 9

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Sealing System: Final Concept

Critical Benefits:

  • Allows Adjustability
  • Less parasitic to measured forces
  • Does not alter tank geometry
  • Very low leak rate
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Axial and Tangential Fluid Force Measurement Concept Generation

Load Cell Types:

Donut, Pancake, Canister, or Column

Mounting Format:

Pre-Loaded or Rigid

Supporting Structure:

Supporting Pins or Load Transfer Arms

Pictures from www.lcmsystems.com.

Force

Load

Cell

Force

or

Reaction

Load

Cell

Reaction

T=(L1/L2)F

Pins resist shear effects.

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Axial and Tangential Fluid Force Measurement Concept Selection

Three Most Critical Criteria:

  • Resists Affects of Shear
  • Measuring Sensitivity
  • Appropriate Time for Setup

Pancake Tension & Compression Load Cell (PTC) Fixed To Test Stand and Motor Bracket

Picture From www.lcmsystems.com

Side View

Isometric View

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Torque and RPM Measurement Subsystem

Slip Ring:

  • Electrical connection through a rotating assembly
  • Low speed limitations
  • Ring wear and dust brushes impede signal transfer
  • Requires routine maintenance for cleaning
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Torque and RPM Measurement Subsystem

Rotary Transformer:

  • Tolerates high speeds
  • Non-contact
  • More accurate
  • Requires sophisticated signal condition instrumentation
  • Less tolerant to extraneous loading conditions (bending moments and thrust forces)
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Torque and RPM Measurement Subsystem

Digital Telemetry:

  • Software driven allowing changes on the fly
  • High resolution, sensitivity, and accuracy
  • More immune to vibration problems
  • Smaller, lighter, and more compact
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Torque and RPM Measurement Subsystem

Torque Transducer:

  • Utilizes a system of strain gauges (Wheatstone Bridge)
  • Uses slip rings or rotary transformers to power and transfer strain gauge data
slide37

Torque and RPM Measurement Subsystem

Torque from Motor Constants:

  • Ideal for direct drive systems
  • Only requires measurement of motor current
slide38

Torque and RPM Measurement Subsystem

Critical Criteria

  • Measurement accuracy and sensitivity
  • Ease of implementation
  • Small package size
  • Allow for multiple shaft diameters
  • Ease of maintenance
slide39

Preliminary Risk Assessment/FMEA

https://edge.rit.edu/content/P11251/public/Design%20Documentation

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Preliminary Risk Assessment/FMEA

Key Risk Items

  • Full range of adjustability
  • Seal Effects measurement instrumentation & readings
  • Sensitivity of Measurement Systems
  • Successful Integration of Sub-Systems
  • Orientation affects measurements
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Project Plan Review

https://edge.rit.edu/content/P11251/public/Team%20Project%20Plan

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