Dynamic Modeling of the Stiller-Smith Mechanism in an Application of a 4-Cylinder Plunger Pump System 910073
The development of a mathematical model of StillerSmith Mechanism for the application of a 4-cylinder plunger pump system is presented. The magnitude and direction of the internal dynamic load are obtained by solving a set of equations using the overall geometric parameters, prescribed motions, inertia distribution, and applied torques on the system. The simulation presented here yields the history of the internal loads, which are then normalized with respect to the required peak output load on the plungers, through an entire rotary cycle. The approach allows for the development of further design criteria through parametric sensitivity studies.
Citation: Wang, W., Mucino, V., Smith, J., Lyons, D. et al., "Dynamic Modeling of the Stiller-Smith Mechanism in an Application of a 4-Cylinder Plunger Pump System," SAE Technical Paper 910073, 1991, https://doi.org/10.4271/910073. Download Citation
Wenguang G. Wang, Victor H. Mucino, James E. Smith, Donald W. Lyons, Mary Corley
West Virginia University Morgantown, WV