Implementation of the tangential clamp in the instrumental-technological equipment with application of the clamping collets
Keywords:tangential clamp, collet chuck, genetic synthesis, material point
Creation of new developing technical systems require further improvement of their subsystems. Currently, the search for new solutions is not possible without an interdisciplinary approach and the use of the latest scientific achievements in various fields, combined in the form of NBIKSE technologies (nano-bio-info-cogno-socio-eco) and using artificial intelligence, and it is necessary to apply genetic morphological approach to solve the problem of simultaneous multi-place clamping of rotating objects with the application of tangential force. In the direction of the development of previously performed works, it is proposed to add to the well-known genetic classification of a single clamp (axial and radial principles with genetic codes F1 (Fa1, Fr1, Ft1) – F2 (Fa2, Fr2); M1 (Ma1, Mr1, Mt1) – F2 (Fa2, Fr2) the tangential principle of single and multiple clamping with the application of force at the output of the power flow, offset from the axis of rotation by a radius R.
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