# The dependence of the internal electrical resistance of the cable rubber rope on the presence of a cable rupture

## Authors

• Ivan Belmas Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology, Ukraine
• Olena Bilous Dniprovs'kyi state technical university, Ukraine
• Ganna Tantsura Dniprovs'kyi state technical university, Ukraine
• Angelina Shvachka Dniprovs'kyi state technical university, Ukraine

## Keywords:

rubber rope, electrical resistance, control, cable rope, mathematical model, signal

## Abstract

Problems. The introduction of steel reinforced concrete coatings of structures, in our opinion, is preceded by the development of methods for monitoring the state of cable-stayed ropes - creating safe conditions for long-term operation of structures.

The aim of the study. Analytical determination of the dependence of the internal electrical resistance of a cable-stayed rubber cable rope on the presence of a cable rupture.

Methods of implementation. To control all cables, the system must provide alternate monitoring of the electrical resistances of the circuits formed by the cables, compare them with reference values, and issue a signal regarding the condition of the rope. It should be designed on the basis of the following data: the type and design of the cable-stayed rope, its length, the number and layout of the cables in the rope, the ability to access one or both of its ends, the electrical properties of the cables and rubber, the resistance values ​​of the cables for all schemes of their determination.

Research results. Requirements for the automatic control system of the cable-stayed rubber cord rope. The regularity of the dependence of the electrical resistance of the cable-stayed rope on the burst of an arbitrary cable. Possibility of automatic control of the state of the rubber-cable cable-stayed rope.

Conclusions. The results obtained can be considered quite reliable, since the equations obtained on the basis of the fundamental provisions of electrical engineering are obtained analytically in a closed form. Experimental studies have established that the internal electrical resistance of the rope cables depends on its properties and the presence or absence of damage to the cables. The rope includes a number of cables. Any cable can be damaged.

## Author Biographies

### Ivan Belmas, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology

### Olena Bilous, Dniprovs'kyi state technical university

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Industries engineering

### Ganna Tantsura, Dniprovs'kyi state technical university

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Industries engineering

### Angelina Shvachka, Dniprovs'kyi state technical university

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Industries engineering

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2022-05-31

## How to Cite

[1]
I. Belmas, O. Bilous, G. Tantsura, and A. Shvachka, “The dependence of the internal electrical resistance of the cable rubber rope on the presence of a cable rupture”, Mech. Adv. Technol., vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 31–40, May 2022.

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