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    • B06GENERATING OR TRANSMITTING MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS IN GENERAL
    • B06BMETHODS OR APPARATUS FOR GENERATING OR TRANSMITTING MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS OF INFRASONIC, SONIC, OR ULTRASONIC FREQUENCY, e.g. FOR PERFORMING MECHANICAL WORK IN GENERAL
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    • B06B1/18Methods or apparatus for generating mechanical vibrations of infrasonic, sonic, or ultrasonic frequency wherein the vibrator is actuated by pressure fluid
    • B06B1/186Methods or apparatus for generating mechanical vibrations of infrasonic, sonic, or ultrasonic frequency wherein the vibrator is actuated by pressure fluid operating with rotary unbalanced masses
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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    • Y10T74/18544Rotary to gyratory
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Jan. 22, 1957 E. F. PETERSON VIBRATORY MECHANISM Filed Aug. 9, 1952 INVENTOR. in f. Ptens-ow BY United States Patent 2,77,61U2 vrB AToRY MECHANISM Edwin Peterson, anee, Iii. Application August 9 No. 303,531
1 Claims. "(or 259%1 y This invention relates to a vibratory mechanism and more specifically comprises certain improvementsover such structures as shown in my prior Patents No. 2,480,693 issued August 30, 1 949 ;'-l ]o. 2,518,250, issued August 8, i950; and No. 2,528,319, issued October 31, 1956; t r w I In general, the vibrators or vibratory mechanisms disclosed in the patents are provided with inlet and exhaust systems for fluid to actuate a rollingelement, and in each case the exhaust system is associated with the central bolt structure or fastening means that secures the cover to the housing of the vibrators. In each of the former constructions, additional securing lugs are required-which extend outwardly from the circular portion of the hous ings.
Each of the Patents No. 2,480,603 and 2,528,319 are solely confined to an exhaust system that comes out of the vibrator housing'through the bolt and about a predetermined cover structure and into the atmosphere. 'In the Patent'Noj 2,518,259, the same general exhaust system is employed, although this construction includes a bypass yent in the peripheral portion of the housing for the purpose of exhausting dirt or other foreign niattcr om with nt e hq in tse ft is o o he m i'n'g i qt of the Pres t nvent to provide an improved arrangement of fluid inlet and fluid outlet'meansfor operating a rolling element within its i 'of hearin at a ri rata y meq a ism- It is bet obi qt of th r se attent o o m us a housiiigtructfir r a Y IQratQrr mqha ism w erein the inlet and exhaust fluid conducting means are both positioned'at one point adjacent'the periphery of the housing of the vibratory mechanism. This eliminates any other form of venting or exhausting particularly through the central portion of the housing per se.
A-"furthen object of theprsent invention is to pro vide a securing rnean s that maybe centrally applied to a vibratory mechanism housing'to attach the entire structnre to a surface wall of a precast equipment forinducing vibratory action into such equipmentlbythe action of the vibrator.
Anbthe'r object of the present invention is to centralize the fluid inlet me'ans for acti ating the rolling element within a vibratory mechanism and the exhaust means from within theihousing so 'tliat the entire power actuating fluid structure only operates the device but also includes a self ueaang aqian"w ic is coincident with the exhaustsystern; p
A still further object of the present invention is to provide a tangential throat or opening 'connec t ed'wi th "a housing confininifa"'rdllingelement and"whcrein this throat structure 'may' b'e provided with a simple bore which is adapted to receive a screw machine part Other objects and advantages relating to the vibratory mechanism of the present invention shall hereinafter appear in the following detailed"de'scription liavirigfref-v ere'nce to the accompanying drawing forming" a part of this specification.
'In the drawing:
vFigl'l is a face view of the vibratory mechanism of the present invention as seen from the-cover side thereof and substantially asviewed along th'e'line' 1-1in FigI 2 With a portion thereof bfokeu'away and'in' section to illustrate the internaldetails of construction thereof;-
Fig; 2 is a cross 'secti'onalwiew" through the J vibratory mechanism takensubstantiallvalohgthe line c 2in Fign'l to stillfurther illustrate the' internal details of the vibrator; and
Fig; 3 is a fragmentary, end elevational view of the fluid inlet and exhaust portionof the vibratory'mechanis m to better illustrate the'relationshipbetween certainpafts of the fluid conducting 'syst em l" I The vibratory mechanismc'omprises in general a housing- 1 fo'rm-edas a-"'cup' shaped chamber having aperiphe'ral Wal1""2 with a closed side 3- and an open side '4 terminating in an a'n'nularcdge'S that is machinedfor coplanar abutting engagement' with a wall 6 er apiece of equipment substantially as best" shown in Fig. 2. "The housing or chamberl includes a raceWay 7 comprising annular rings-8- and 9 which fit within the bare-10 *of the-housingarid *include'tapered surfaces 11 and 1 2 to guide arolling element suchas a'ball 13-about the charn her in thehousingL-underthe'action of compressed air or other fluid that may be introduced into thehouisiiig aiwillbc presently'describedt" 1 A cover 14 i-sarranged=to"'snugly fit within the open side 4 of the housing 1 toabut the adjacent annular ring' '9 and in a position to hold bo'thof the rings 8'and '9 tightly against theclos'ed sidefi 'of the housing lf -The cover 1 is secured by means of-a sleeve15'to the closed'si'd'e 3 of the housing 1, the endsof the sleeve 15 being turned over-as at -16-and 17 to tightlyTand compactly "secure the/raceway parts and the cover within the cupped housing 1;. It should'be noted-that the turned over" end-"1'6 of the sleeve 15 provides a central 'supporfiwhichco operateswith the annular surface 5 of the cup opening to provide an additional stabilizing surface at'the central portion of the housing oftheVibrator'y mechanism for rigid abuttingcontact with the wall 6 or with 'anybther surface of this type. The opposite turned"i'r1-"end1 7 of the sleeve 1 5 forms a seat for-thehead18 of a'fastening bolt 19 that passesthrougha suitable opening'20 in the wall 6 to receive a -securing" nut 21 With'a shakeproof Washer 22 being interposed between the nut 21 and the Wall 6. Furthermore,- the-inturned-end17 of the sleeve 15' may also include a Washer or-indiciaplate structure such-as 23 to securethe latter against'the outer surface-of the closed side 3 of the housing 1.
Obviously, any form of through'boltor other fastening meansmay be 'used'for insertion through. thesle'evc 15 to securethe entire-vibratory mechanism structure to a piece of equipment that is to receive th'e'vibr'atory impulses from this device", such impulses beingcreated by the'hig h speed rotary action-of the rolling equipment'or ball i fifr which centrifugally induces-wsuch vibration. The central fastening arrangement of "the vi bratory mechanism is made" possible by the fluid-com ducting means incorporated into this vibratory mechanism This fluid conducting means comprises a throat 24 that is tangentially connected as an integral part of the housing IQ This bore is circular-as best illustrated in Fig. 3. A suitable fitting 2 7-comprising a screw machine" part that is preferably made'witha polygonal surface caa eur sueh-as sho n in Fig. 3 at' 2 8, is f'orced endwi se' the bore- 215. lhe ridges 29 of the fitting 3 27 are made to generally lie in a cylindrical area that is somewhat greater than the internal diameter of the bore so that the ridge corners 29 will cut into the gall surface of the bore 25 substantially as viewed in ig. 3.
With this arrangement of a cooperative fitting and throat bore structure, the fitting 27 is aligned axially within the bore 25 preferably to a depth so as to be flush with the outer terminal portion of the throat 24 as shown in Figs. 1 and 2, thus securing the fitting tightly within the bore, and in addition, the ridges 29 also counteract relative rotational movement between the fitting and the bore structure of the throat. This eliminates any particular type of orientation or other jigs or fixtures that might be needed for such purposes in view of the fact that the fitting can be driven into the bore in any particular angular relation therein to obtain the same cooperative results.
The fitting 27 is provided with an inlet aperture having a fluid discharge bore 30 that connects with an enlarged bore 31 that includes an internally threaded portion or section 32. A fluid inlet pipe or line 33 (see Fig. 1) has a threaded end 34 which. may be screwed into the threaded section 32 of the fitting to provide a fluid discharge supply system wherein fluid will be introduced generally according to the arrows 35 in Fig. 1 into the interior of the vibratory mechanism housing 1.
The inlet bore 30 of the fluid inlet system and fitting 27 terminates in a nozzle 36 that is easily located within the bore 25 of the throat 24. The external contour of the nozzle 36 includes an expanding, radially outwardly curved portion 37 which flares from the discharge end of the nozzle into the polygonal surface portion of the fitting 27.
The nozzle 36 and its external contour therefore provides a pocket in the bore 25 adjacent the ball carrying portion of the vibratory mechanism and the discharge end of the nozzle is located immediately adjacent the raceway while the polygonal portion of the fitting within the bore 25 is spaced outwardly from the nozzle axis and within the bore of the throat 24.
With the particular form of union between the fitting 27 and the throat 24 and as best shown in Fig. 3, a plu rality of longitudinal channels 38 are formed which are located radially outwardly with respect to the inlet bore 30 but with the channels in a circular group coaxially arranged about the nozzle and adjacent the wall portion of the bore 25. Thus, the exhaust system of the present device extends from the point 39 in Fig. 1 to the point 40 thereof whereby excessive and spent fluid is discharged from the vibratory mechanism through bore 25 and substantially as indicated by the arrows 41 in Fig. l.
The nozzle 36 is aligned substantially on the median plane of the housing 1 and is tangentially directed into and partially through cooperative slots 42 and 43 which are formed in the adjacent annular rings 8 and 9 of the raceway 7 respectively. These slots together form the opening through which the impelling air or fluid under pressure may enter the housing to rotate the ball 13 at high speed. The same cooperative slots 42 and 43 also form an opening through which the exhaust air passes into the exhaust chamber portion of the bore 25 encircling the nozzle structure and from which the exhaust air is coaxially returned out of the channels 38 into the atmosphere adjacent the pipe line 33 which initially supplies the fluid under pressure to the device.
During the operation of the device, the actuating fluid is directed about the sleeve 15 which now forms a central core that will eliminate some of the turbulence within the device to promote a better circulatory action of the air and ball. This action, together with the tapered annular portions 11 and 12 of the rings 8 and 9 which provide an annular clearance area 44, forms a means for removing dirt andforeign matter from within the raceway 7 which will move about this internal portion of the device to be directly discharged through the slot openings 42 and 43 and out of the exhaust channels 38 between the fitting and the bore 25 of the throat 24. This coaxial unitary arrangement of the air system, together with the cleaning feature thereof and the sleeve 15 fastening means incorporated centrally of the device and as shown in the drawings, provides a simple and eflicient arrangement of vibratory mechanism that is easily manufactured and readily applied to substantially any kind of a surface or wall of a piece of equipment that is to be subjected to vibratory action. Furthermore, the fitting 27 of the device may be withdrawn and replaced with a diflerent fitting if that is desirable or necessary.
Certain changes and modifications in the exact combination and construction of the elements shown and described are contemplated within the concept of the present invention. All such deviations and modifications shall, however, be governed by the appended claims directed to the present invention.
What I claim is:
l. A vibrator comprising a chamber, a rolling element in said chamber, and fluid conducting means to actuate said element about said chamber comprising a throat connected with said chamber, and a fittting carried by and confined within said throat, an inlet nozzle on said fitting arranged to direct fluid along a given path into said chamber, said fitting having an external configuration unlike the configuration of said throat opening to provide at least one port to exhaust fluid from the interior of said chamber out of said throat and over said fitting.
2. A vibrator comprising a chamber, a rolling element in said chamber, and fluid conducting means to actuate said element about said chamber comprising a throat connected with said chamber, and a fitting in said throat having an inlet nozzle to direct fluid along a given path into said chamber, said fitting having an external configuration unlike the configuration of said throat opening to provide a plurality of ports to exhaust fluid from the interior of said chamber out of said throat and over said fitting, said inlet nozzle terminating in a position radially inwardly of said throat and with respect to said throat exhaust ports.
3. A vibrator comprising a chamber, a rolling element in said chamber, and fluid conducting means to actuate said element about said chamber comprising a throat connected with said chamber, and a fitting in said throat having an inlet nozzle to direct fluid along a given path into said chamber, said fitting having an external configuration unlike the configuration of said throat opening to provide at least one port to exhaust fluid from the interior of said chamber, said inlet means having the fluid discharge end arranged adjacent the chamber interior, and said throat exhaust port occupying a position disposed in spaced relation with respect to the nozzle discharge end and away from the immediate interior of said chamber.
4. A vibrator comprising a chamber, a rolling element in said chamber, and a fluid conducting means connected with said chamber to actuate the element about said chamber, said fluid conducting means comprising a throat having a smooth bore therein, and a fitting disposed within said throat bore and comprising a body having a nozzle to receive and direct fluid into said chamber, said body having spaced peripheral portions thereof in contact with the surface of the smooth bore of the throat to provide channels through the throat and along the exterior of said body to provide exhaust means to pass fluid out of said chamber.
5. A vibrator comprising a circular chamber, a rolling element in said chamber, and a fluid conducting means connected with said circular chamber to actuate the ele ment about said chamber, said fluid conducting means comprising a throat tangentially connected with said circular chamber with said throat having a bore therein,
and; a. fit iuanested wi h u he otaid throatho s. and comprising a body having a nozzle to'r epgiye and direct fluid tangentially into said chamber, said body having spaced las itadiu l: s rfa e P r o he in frictional contact with said bore to provide channels through the throat and over "saidb'ody' for exhaust means to n entially pass. fluid out of. sai chamber.
6- In a vi rator. having. an encl s d ch berv nd a mova le elemen th. ein, the combina 'onof a fluid conducting means to actuate said, elemen within aidv chamr mprising a hollow. throat, a fitting bodily forced and secured within said hollow throat and h ing. a P determined outer. contour. to provide. chann l njun tion with the surface of said, throat an ja ent h Perip ry of said. fittin said fitti g bei g h01lQW,. Q proide' a fluidiulet forsaid chamber, and s fitting g an ,extendedrend to term a nozzle. to discharg le fluid into the chamber, said nozzle having a flared outer contour increasingly expanding radially outwardly from the discharge end of the nozzle toward the channel forming periphery of said fitting to direct and exhaust fluid from within said chamber through said channels and out said hollow throat.
7. In a vibrator having an enclosed chamber and a movable element therein, the combination of a fluid conducting means to actuate said element within said chamber comprising a throat on said chamber having a round bore extending therethrough and into said chamber, a fitting having a polygonal outer contour with ridges thereon, .said ridges being radially positioned with respect to the .axis of said fitting to cut into the throat bore surface and to secure said fitting within said throat when said fitting is forced into said bore, and said fitting having a fluid inlet opening to discharge fluid into said chamber, with the excess fluid in the chamber exhausting out of said cham- "oer between the bore wall of the throat and said polygonal portion of said fitting.
8. In a vibrator having an enclosed chamber and a movable element therein, the combination of a fluid conducting :means to actuate said element within said chamber comprising a throat on said chamber having a round bore extending therethrough and into said chamber, a fitting having a polygonal outer contour with ridges thereon, said ridges being radially positioned with respect to the axis of said fitting to cut into the throat bore surface and to secure said fitting within said throat when said fitting is forced into said bore, and said fitting having a fluid inlet opening to discharge fluid into said chamber, with the excess fluid in the chamber exhausting out of said chamber between the bore wall of the throat and said polygonal portion of said fitting, said ridges of said fitting comprising means to counteract relative rotation of said fitting within said throat bore, and said fluid inlet opening of said fitting including a threaded section to receive a threaded end of a fluid supply line.
9. In a vibrator, a hollow circular housing having at least one open side, a raceway lining said housing, a cover abutting said raceway and closing said open side of the housing, an imperforate sleeve connecting said cover and the closed side of said housing with the raceway sandwiched therebetween, said sleeve providing a continuous central cylindrical divider traversing said hollow housing, a rolling member received within said housing operable about said raceway and around said sleeve, and fluid conducting means connected with said housing to actuate said member therein, said fluid conducting means comprising coaxially arranged fluid inlet and fluid exhaust means peripherally positioned radially outwardly of said raceway and in communication with the interior thereof.
10. In a vibrator, a hollow circular housing having at least one open side, a raceway lining said housing, a cover abutting said raceway and closing said open side of th housing, an imperforate sleeve connecting said cover an the closed side of said housing with the raceway sandwiched therebetween, said sleeve providing a conmin svlis isai ivid r tats s 1 1 22, housingfa rolling member received said 3 ng perable a u a d as wa and ar usds d' l's an uidwn u t n m an onnec ed th s i h actuate said member therein, said fluid cond g comprising coaxially arranged fluid inlet a dflu exhaust mean eri her y Posit n adial qutw d x a sai ace ay u x n a is m nt rewi h, nd id ll e sr nc iu n ons 'th's iu for t e islet audautl t i id u fr m in th nfi es i sa s gewa ll. In a vibrator, a circular housing having at least one open side, a raceway lining said'housing, a cover but in d ac way nd l s n a d open s de of the housin a slee e co n aid cov n he lose side o housing w t the, racewa sau wis than between, said sleeve providing a central cy I e n Said h n rollinslmem r. I? r, said housing operable about said raceway and around said sleeve, and fluid conducting means connected with said housing to actuate said member therein, said fluid conducting means comprising coaxially arranged fluid inlet and fluid exhaust means peripherally positioned ra-' dially outwardly of said raceway and in communication with the interior thereof, and securing means to attach said housing in fixed relation adjacent to a selected surface comprising a releasable securing element traversing said housing through said sleeve for connection with said surface.
12. In a vibrator, a housing in the form of an open cup having a circular inner periphery and one open side, a rolling unit received for rotation within said housing, fluid inlet and exhaust means connected with said housing to actuate said rolling unit therein, and attaching means to fixedly secure one face of said housing against an adjacent wall comprising a cover at the open side of said housing, a sleeve extending across the interior of said open cup housing and securely connecting said cover and the closed side of said cup housing, and a fastening member extending through said sleeve and having abutting contact with said closed side of said housing and arranged for connection with said adjacent wall to rigidly fasten said housing against said wall.
13. A duct means adapted to provide dual fluid passageways for a housing comprising an entrance chamber for said housing, a fitting nested within said entrance chamber, said fitting having one fluid passageway formed therethrough, and said fitting having peripherally spaced cutting edge ridge portions thereon engaged in biting contact with wall portions of said entrance chamber to position said fitting in a given relation with respect to said chamber and to provide other fluid duct passageways between said fitting and said entrance chamber walls.
14. A duct means adapted to provide dual fluid passageways for a housing comprising an entrance chamber member for said housing, a fitting member carried within said entrance chamber member, said fitting member having at least one fluid duct formed therethrough, and one of said members having spaced cutting edge seat portions thereon engaged in multiple biting contact with the other of said members to position said fitting member in a given relation with respect to said chamber member and to establish other fluid passageways between said two members.
15. A duct means adapted to provide dual fluid passageways for a housing comprising an entrance chamber member for said housing, a fitting member carried within said entrance chamber member, said fitting member having at least one fluid duct formed therethrough, and one of said members having spaced cutting edge seat portions thereon engaged in multiple biting contact with the other of said members to position said fitting member in a given relation with respect to said chamber member and to establish other fluid passageways between said two members, said members being arranged coaxially to permit separating thereof by relative movement therebetween along said common axis, and said spaced seat portions comprising ridge elements.
16. A duct means adapted to provide dual fluid passageways for a housing comprising an entrance chamber for said housing, a fitting nested within said entrance chamber, said fitting having one fluid passageway formed therethrough, and said fitting having peripherally spaced cutting edge portions thereon engaged in biting contact with wall portions of said entrance chamber to position said fitting in a given relation with respect to said chamber and to provide other fiuid duct passageways between said fitting and said entrance chamber Walls, said fitting having an extended nozzle thereon at the housing end thereof with said one passageway of the fitting opening through said nozzle, and said peripherally spaced portions on said fitting terminating in longitudinally spaced relation from the end of said nozzle to locate the beginnings to said nozzle end.
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