|Título||Vertical positioning surveillance by magnetostrictive transducer
Carvalho, Anderson da Silveira
Pinto, Otávio de Oliveira
Nunes, Cristian Duarte
Borges, Marcelo Favaro
Strohaecker, Telmo Roberto
|Abstract||This work purpose is to create a positioning automated system of a tailstock to perform impact resistance tests on silicone mammary implants. This system is capable to measure and oversight the positioning through interrelation between three main components: programmable logic controller, human-machine interface and magnetostrictive transducer. Together, these components form an operational closed loop that ensures an appropriate positioning for the impact device. The paper describes how the closed loop works and also the algorithm implemented in the programmable logic controller which surveys the positioning. As a last topic, the paper presents the operator work on the machine’s operation in conjunction with human-machine interface. The results were satisfactory and in accordance with the limits determined on ABNT NBR ISO 14607 for this method of tests.
|Contido em||Journal of physics: conference series [recurso eletrônico]. Bristol, United Kingdom. Vol. 648, conference 1 (2015), 7 p.
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|Tipo||Artigo de periódico
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