Vibration analysis of the oscillation support of column load cells in low speed axle-group weigh-in-motion system
AbstractUnder the condition of dynamic weighing, the support types of the column load cells can be divided into elastic support and oscillation support. The weighing system with oscillation support shows significant vibration characteristics, which affects the weighing accuracy and the fatigue life of the load sensor. In this paper, the dynamic characteristics of the oscillation supporting column load cell in low speed axle-group weigh-in-motion system are analysed. It is found that the restoring force of the oscillation support is approximately proportional to the oscillation angle and the applied vertical load. The dynamic equation of the oscillation support vibration of the column load cells established by means of d’Alembert principle. The numerical calculations of the dynamic response of the weighing system with oscillation support are carried out in the free state and dynamic weighing state respectively. The factors affecting the amplitude and recovery time of the support vibration are obtained. This study provides a reference for the analysis of the dynamic weighing accuracy.
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