Parametric Research on Micro-Zigzag Slot Mechanism in OICW


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This paper describes the delayed effect on the motion characteristics of the slider in the S&A mechanism resulting from the micro-zigzag slot used in OICW (Objective Individual Combat Weapon) and studies its influence on the ability of filtering transient acceleration signals. Firstly, we established the mathematic model of the slider when the S&A mechanism was loaded by the rectangular pulse acceleration according to the Rigid Dynamic Mechanics Theory and got its analytical solution by using MATLAB. Secondly, to verify the feasibility of this micro-zigzag slot mechanism, we adopted two different kinds of acceleration loading curves, after the non-linear dynamic mechanics simulation on it by using ANSYS/LS-DYNA, displacement and velocity curves of the slider were calculated. Then, to find which structural parameter playing more important role in affecting the characteristics of micro-zigzag slot, we adopted Single-variable Method to study its structural parameter under the same simulation condition. The simulation results we got were almost consistent with the theoretical results. The parametric research of the micro-zigzag slot lays certain a foundation on the research of MEMS system.



Edited by:

Xiaohao Wang






C. Q. Liu et al., "Parametric Research on Micro-Zigzag Slot Mechanism in OICW", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 483, pp. 699-704, 2011

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June 2011




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