dynamic modeling of a strip valve

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

Post by WebPilot » Tue Oct 14, 2008 11:57 pm

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Ok. I am going to calculate an approximation to the resonant frequency of a dynajet petal valve using my 'strip valve'. The reader may find the final result, surprising, as I did.

I needed some dimensions concerning the dynaJet's petal valve geometry. They aren't on the drawing so I redrew the parts that I needed.
  • The 'flat' of the retainer dictates the 'free' length of the petal.
  • The red outline shows 1/2 of the petal valve.
  • The rectangle, of course, is the 'strip'. I'll show you how to deal with the 'left over', later.
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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

Post by WebPilot » Wed Oct 15, 2008 8:30 pm

Just a little bit more background before we can start 'plugging and chugging' ...

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

Post by GRIM » Thu Oct 16, 2008 2:43 pm

Hey Forrest, a truly fascinating thread , math is not my strong point , but i am following you up to now , thanks for posting , whats the story behind the binary reaper ?, he is cool anyway

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

Post by WebPilot » Thu Oct 16, 2008 7:09 pm

GRIM wrote:Hey Forrest, a truly fascinating thread , math is not my strong point , but i am following you up to now , thanks for posting , whats the story behind the binary reaper ?, he is cool anyway
Hi GRIM,

I am glad to read you're enjoying the thread and are able to follow along. I promise, more curiosities to follow. This model incorporates and makes clear many things I have read that were not so clear, when I read them.

With a 'handle' like GRIM, no wonder you like the 'binary reaper'. I am not the originator. I saw it for the first time on the Internet somewhere, many years ago. I do not know the artist's name. I was so intrigued by its conception ... and had no clue then how to draw it. I do now. This is my rendition from memory of the original. I used PSP and 'masks' and 'noise'.

I wear 'hoodies', stare at computer terminals a lot, and live in a world of 'static' at times. The animation ... is me.
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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

Post by WebPilot » Mon Oct 20, 2008 4:56 pm

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

Post by WebPilot » Thu Oct 23, 2008 2:02 am

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

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Re: dynamic modeling of a strip valve

Post by BinaryReaper » Wed Oct 29, 2008 5:55 am

webpilot I just wanted to say That I think i may be "that guy" you got the concept from. Its been a handle of mine for years, and I am quite active on the internet in a number of ways. I goggled "BinaryReaper" just out of curiosity and found this page, and felt I had to say something. I agree with what you have taken from the concept completely, and I view it in much the same way! I am sorry if this post seems pointless, but when I saw this page I just felt an impulse and acted on it.

Keep the tag alive.

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