Development and Investigation of Mechanisms with a Constant Point of Entry of a Tool into the Working Area, Intended for Surgery and Study of the Properties of Plasma

Abstract

This paper discusses the mechanisms that ensure a constant point of entry of a tool into a working area. These devices were obtained using bevel gears or belt drives. The solution of the problem of the positions and velocities, as well as the problem of dynamic analysis, and the design of the operating model are presented.

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Veliev, E.I., Ganiev, R.F., Glazunov, V.A. et al. Development and Investigation of Mechanisms with a Constant Point of Entry of a Tool into the Working Area, Intended for Surgery and Study of the Properties of Plasma. J. Mach. Manuf. Reliab. 49, 463–473 (2020). https://doi.org/10.3103/S1052618820060096

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Keywords:

  • bevel gear
  • belt drive
  • position problem
  • dynamic analysis
  • experimental model.