Study on built-in cushion with relief valve for pneumatic cylinder

Yukio Kawakami, Katsushi Satoh, Kazuo Nakano, Tatsuya Bando

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Abstract

Many kinds of pneumatic cylinders have built-in cushions to reduce impact force caused by the kinetic energy of load mass at the stroke end. The driving speed of pneumatic cylinders has become so faster than before, and it is necessary that the capacity of the built-in cushion is expanded. The conventional built-in cushion uses only adjustable bleed orifice, on the other hand a new type built-in cushion, which has been developed as high performance one, uses a relief valve. It enables to absorb impact force much better than conventional one. However, details about the built-in cushion have been unclear. We have examined basic characteristics of the built-in cushion with relief valve and factors which influence its performance, and considered guidelines for its design. Then we have investigated an improvement of its mechanism. The paper reports these results, which have been acquired according to experiments and computer simulations.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Fluid Power Transmission and Control (ISFP'99)
EditorsW. Zuwen, H. Junwei, L. Songjing, X. Yaoming, Z. Manlin, W. Zuwen, H. Junwei, L. Songjing, X. Yaoming, Z. Manlin
Pages359-364
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 1999
EventProceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Fluid Power Transmission and Control (ISFP'99) - Harbin
Duration: 1999 Sep 71999 Sep 9

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OtherProceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Fluid Power Transmission and Control (ISFP'99)
CityHarbin
Period99/9/799/9/9

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Pressure relief valves
Pneumatics
Orifices
Kinetic energy
Computer simulation
Experiments

Keywords

  • Built-in Cushion
  • High Performance
  • High-speed Driving
  • Pneumatic Cylinder
  • Relief Valve

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Kawakami, Y., Satoh, K., Nakano, K., & Bando, T. (1999). Study on built-in cushion with relief valve for pneumatic cylinder. In W. Zuwen, H. Junwei, L. Songjing, X. Yaoming, Z. Manlin, W. Zuwen, H. Junwei, L. Songjing, X. Yaoming, ... Z. Manlin (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Fluid Power Transmission and Control (ISFP'99) (pp. 359-364)

Study on built-in cushion with relief valve for pneumatic cylinder. / Kawakami, Yukio; Satoh, Katsushi; Nakano, Kazuo; Bando, Tatsuya.

Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Fluid Power Transmission and Control (ISFP'99). ed. / W. Zuwen; H. Junwei; L. Songjing; X. Yaoming; Z. Manlin; W. Zuwen; H. Junwei; L. Songjing; X. Yaoming; Z. Manlin. 1999. p. 359-364.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Kawakami, Y, Satoh, K, Nakano, K & Bando, T 1999, Study on built-in cushion with relief valve for pneumatic cylinder. in W Zuwen, H Junwei, L Songjing, X Yaoming, Z Manlin, W Zuwen, H Junwei, L Songjing, X Yaoming & Z Manlin (eds), Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Fluid Power Transmission and Control (ISFP'99). pp. 359-364, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Fluid Power Transmission and Control (ISFP'99), Harbin, 99/9/7.
Kawakami Y, Satoh K, Nakano K, Bando T. Study on built-in cushion with relief valve for pneumatic cylinder. In Zuwen W, Junwei H, Songjing L, Yaoming X, Manlin Z, Zuwen W, Junwei H, Songjing L, Yaoming X, Manlin Z, editors, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Fluid Power Transmission and Control (ISFP'99). 1999. p. 359-364
Kawakami, Yukio ; Satoh, Katsushi ; Nakano, Kazuo ; Bando, Tatsuya. / Study on built-in cushion with relief valve for pneumatic cylinder. Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Fluid Power Transmission and Control (ISFP'99). editor / W. Zuwen ; H. Junwei ; L. Songjing ; X. Yaoming ; Z. Manlin ; W. Zuwen ; H. Junwei ; L. Songjing ; X. Yaoming ; Z. Manlin. 1999. pp. 359-364
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