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    Title: Study on the mathematical model and analysis of single screw compressor of cc type
    CC 型單螺桿壓縮機數學模型和分析支研究
    Authors: YangShyue-Cheng
    Keywords: Single screw compressor
    inverse envelope
    單螺桿壓縮機
    逆包絡
    Date: 2009-06-12
    Issue Date: 2009-08-14 00:14:08 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In this paper, a method is proposed for determininga basic profile of a cc-type single screw compressorincluding the gate rotor and the screw rotor. The inverseenvelope concept is used to determine the cutting-edgecurve of a gate rotor. Based on this concept, the requiredcutter for machining a cc-type screw-rotor can beobtained. The surface analysis including contact lines isshown for design and manufacturing of a screwcompressor. Using rapid prototyping and manufacturingtechnology, a cc-type single screw rotor with a gate rotorwas designed. Results from these mathematical modelsshould have applications in the design of cc-type singlescrew compressors.本論文提出一個方法來決定CC 型單螺桿桿壓縮機的星輪和螺桿的基本輪廓,另外使用逆包絡的方法來決定星輪的刀刃曲線在這個觀念基礎下對於加工螺桿所需的刀刃取線可以被獲得,使用快速成型的方法和技巧來設計CC 型單螺桿壓縮機機構以上所獲得結果應有助於CC 型單螺桿壓縮機設計
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