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Published on November 24, 2008

Author: amolrajan

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Trapping the moving object in fibers…

Principles guiding the proposed solution : Soft object does not affect the object which is harder than it. In our case soft object is bunch of fibers and Hard object is moving cylindrical object of mild steel. Every object tends to traverse in the direction of least resistance.

Soft object does not affect the object which is harder than it.

In our case soft object is bunch of fibers and Hard object is moving cylindrical object of mild steel.

Every object tends to traverse in the direction of least resistance.

Desired Motion of the object: Object should not deviate from it’s centre-line path more than (10 degree). So we have to ensure that the centerline path of the object should be of least resistance. It can be done by arranging the bunch of fibers in the shape like frustum of cone in the direction of the path traversed by the object.

Object should not deviate from it’s centre-line path more than (10 degree).

So we have to ensure that the centerline path of the object should be of least resistance.

It can be done by arranging the bunch of fibers in the shape like frustum of cone in the direction of the path traversed by the object.

Desired path of the moving object.

Arrangement in pressure vessel: Frustum of sphere is fixed using interference fit with the dome part of the pressure vessel. Frustum of sphere forms the base which supports the bunch of fibers against the incoming object.

Frustum of sphere is fixed using interference fit with the dome part of the pressure vessel.

Frustum of sphere forms the base which supports the bunch of fibers against the incoming object.

Pressure vessel (MS) Frustum of the sphere (MS) Dome Object (MS)

 

Pictorial view of bunch of fibers supported at the base:

Fibers does bloom in presence of water at 5 bar. Blooming of fibers covers the entire circumferential area of the pressure vessel. The frustum cone shape arrangement of fibers direct it’s motion in the centerline of the pressure vessel.

Fibers does bloom in presence of water at 5 bar.

Blooming of fibers covers the entire circumferential area of the pressure vessel.

The frustum cone shape arrangement of fibers direct it’s motion in the centerline of the pressure vessel.

 

Fibers got accumulated as the object progresses, it leads to gradual deceleration of object. Due to high resilience of fibers it sustains the impact of the moving object.

Fibers got accumulated as the object progresses, it leads to gradual deceleration of object.

Due to high resilience of fibers it sustains the impact of the moving object.

Supporting the falling object : A series of around 10 chains to be provided connecting across the bottom part of the pressure vessel at a distance of 1m apart, in such a way that it forms hanging bridge for the falling object. When object falls from the centerline of the pressure vessel, it is supported by the hanging bridge of chains which prevents the object touching the bottom surface of the vessel.

A series of around 10 chains to be provided connecting across the bottom part of the pressure vessel at a distance of 1m apart, in such a way that it forms hanging bridge for the falling object.

When object falls from the centerline of the pressure vessel, it is supported by the hanging bridge of chains which prevents the object touching the bottom surface of the vessel.

Advantages of proposed solution: It is simple to implement. It is cost effective. No mechanical moving parts are present. Fibers will long last without any maintenance.

It is simple to implement.

It is cost effective.

No mechanical moving parts are present.

Fibers will long last without any maintenance.

Thank you!!!

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