TOWARDS OPTIMIZATION OF TORQUE PEDALS BY MODELING BELT CONVEYORS AND SPEED CONTROLLERS OF A VEHICLE DRIVE TRAIN

  • F. Isiaka Department of Computer Science, Nasarawa State University, Keffi,
  • C.S. Emmanuel Department of Statistics, Nasarawa State University, Keffi,
  • A. Ibrahim Department of Statistics, Nasarawa State University, Keffi,

Abstract

One of the most important components of engine systems on power train is its sole purpose of transmitting engine power to its tracks. This paper demonstrates an engine system by illustrating belt conveyors attached to power train which serves as a booster for motor drives and also speed control for its induction unit. The emphases was mostly on the converters by modeling the frequency converter element which requires an AC voltage and Speed controllers or torque controls. A real time simulation was made and frequent observation of its motor controls was conducted by running simulations on all control motors and comparing the bit error rate of each machine. The result shows synchromesh transmission or accelerated patterns based on friction, the strand velocity, air Gap and torque controls, and this would help build advanced engine drive systems for future power trains on heavy machines.

Published
2021-10-02
Section
ARTICLES