Viotar/Hardware Design

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Revision as of 10:07, 8 December 2010

Hardware Design


William Schattevoet
David Duwaer
Eric Backx
Arjan de Visser


Subpages:


Main page

Patent Research

Working of the violin

Software Design (Quantifying the signal we want to see)

Hardware Design

Interview met Eindhovens vioolbouwer Hendrik Zick

Ways to exite the string

Model


Overview:


The design progress of all the hardware components will be described here. With the hardware the entire bowing mechanisme and guitar is meant. This turned out to be quite a though problem, the entire structure has to be fitted in a very limited space beneath the strings.




Contents

Design 0.1

On friday the 5th of november, the first attempt at a design was finished. Only geometric constraints were taken into account, meaning the size of the engines and actuators were solely adjusted to the amount of space that was available in the guitar.

The bowing mechanism for a single string in Design 0.1. A motor at the bottom (black) drives the bowing belt (white), which is pushed against the string by an actuator at the top (black), with a spring shaft in between.


The assembly of all six bowing mechanisms in the guitar in Design 0.1. With this spacial configuration, only little space is left for the motors that drive the belt. Also, the mechanism is very wide in the direction of the strings, and positioned unnessarily far from the neck, leaving too little space for the strings to be plucked by hand.

Design 0.2

From reviewing design 0.1 with the group, the following points of improvement were determined:

  • There is too little space for the engines, so their spacial configuration should be altered so that they can be bigger.
  • There shouldn't be motors on the neck side of the construction, because that forces the construction towards the bridge, leaving less space for the player to pluck the strings.
  • An estimation should be done on the size of the motors, based upon an estimation of the power that is required from them.

These improvements have been worked into design 0.2.

Picking an actuator

In the hardware design, six actuators are needed in order to push the bowing belt onto the string. These actuators have to be able to push with at least 4 Newton of force onto the belt. We also want the Viotar to be able to play 16 notes per second, so the actuator has to be fast two. After some research a hybrid linear actuator, made by Haydon, was found, a 21000 series size 8 linear actuator, to be precise. This actuator is not only very small, 21 mm square by 33 mm, but it is also powerful and fast enough to do the job. It can deliver up to 44 Newton of thrust and can travel at more than 50 mm/sec, depending on the thrust.


Estimation of the required motor power

Math test: 0


  \operatorname{erfc}(x) =
  \frac{2}{\sqrt{\pi}} \int_x^{\infty} e^{-t^2}\,dt

P = MT

The needed motor power is calculated using P = MT * Ω. For this, the total load MT and the angular speed Ω should be calculated.

The total motor load consists of the load coming from the friction of the bowing belt with the string Mw and the friction of the bearing supporting the wheel that drives the belt, Mbr.


Mw is calculated by M_{w}=R\cdot F_{w}=R\cdot F_{n}\cdot \mu_{w}, with Fn = Fb the normal force between the bowing belt and the string. This equivalent bow force has a maximum of 4N. The value of μw is estimated at a rather high 0.7. The radius R of the wheel over which the belt runs is taken to be 10mm, in practice it will be smaller than this.

Mbr is calculated assuming cylindrical roller bearings will be used. For cylindrical roller bearings Mbr equals Fμwd / 2, with muw = 0.002 the friction coëfficient for cylindrical roller bearings, F the force on the bearing which is estimated at 30N, and d the shaft diameter, which is about 4mm for a bearing with a outer diameter of 11mm.


Geeft als schatting van de ordegrote: M_r=30*0.002*4/2=0.12Nmm Aangezien de lagers een straal hebben van nooit meer dan 10mm word de wrijvingskracht in de lagers nooit hoger dan 1 [N]. Voor 2 lagers komt de absoluut maximale kracht dan op 2 [N]. De totale kracht die de motor dan moet kunnen leveren is dan ongeveer gelijk aan 16[N], dit is dan wel de kracht bij stationair toerental. Rotatie-energie lager: E=1/2 J_z (φ^2 ) ̇,J_z=1/2 mr^2 geeft samen:E=1/4 mr^2 (φ^2 ) ̇=1/4*0.0017*〖0.01〗^2*300*2*π=8*〖10〗^(-5) Dat is dus niet heel veel (een lager weegt 0.0017 kg volgens skf). M_w=3.2*10=32Nmm,M_tot=32+0.12=32Nmm P=M_T∙Ω=0.032*300=10 W



  \operatorname{erfc}(x) =
  \frac{2}{\sqrt{\pi}} \int_x^{\infty} e^{-t^2}\,dt =
  \frac{e^{-x^2}}{x\sqrt{\pi}}\sum_{n=0}^\infty (-1)^n \frac{(2n)!}{n!(2x)^{2n}}

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