UNIVERSAL MODULAR TRACKED PLATFORM AS A CARRIER FOR ARMAMENT AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT, MARIAN HOLOTA, MONIKA KURPAS
Abstract. Reference is made in the article to the current normative documents regulating the process of acquiring military equipment and services for the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland (AF RP). The progress of work on developing a Universal Modular Tracked Platform (UMPG) as base chassis is discussed. The feasibility of manufacture of UMPG by the Polish industry is presented based on the results of completed projects and conclusions drawn therefrom. The various variants of tracked land vehicles of various application using UMPG as the base chassis are presented.
DESIGNING A FINAL DRIVE FOR A TRACKED VEHICLE, KRZYSZTOF BASIURA, KRZYSZTOF SKOWRON
DESIGNING A FINAL DRIVE FOR A TRACKED VEHICLEAbstract. The paper presents concepts of solutions developed for a final drive for light tracked vehicles weighing from 2·104 to 3·104 kg. A short theoretical discussion of design methodology is given. A general review of problems associated with final drives is made, highlighting those that occur in the process of designing transmission for tracked vehicles. Design requirements are defined. Three concepts of the final drive are discussed and subjected to multi-criteria analysis. Finally one concept is selected based on the carried out multi-criteria analysis.
DESIGNING A HYBRID DRIVE SYSTEM FOR A MEDIUM-SIZED UNMANNED LAND PLATFORM, TOMASZ CZAPLA, OLAF DUDEK
Abstract. The project was realized as a study preceding the implementation of an innovative hybrid combustion/ electric drive system for an unmanned land platform with a weight of 800 kg. Based on a dynamic model of a hybrid drive system for an unmanned land platform, the target parameters of the drive were specified and its components were sized and selected. A vehicle operating mode was developed and components were reselected with a view to attain the lowest possible weight. A conceptual structural form of an unmanned land vehicle platform was developed.
APPLICATION OF FORCE MEASURING PIN TO MEASURE WEIGHT ON THE Z10 CRANE, TOMASZ MAKOWSKI, SZYMON PAWŁOWSKI, BŁAŻEJ BARAŃSKI
Abstract. The paper describes a force measuring pin (force transducer) mounted on a Z10 crane of an MS-40 bridge-laying vehicle. The design, main specifications and operating principle of the BROSA 0201 force measuring pin are presented. The paper focuses on measurement results obtained with the use of the force transducer.
SIMULATION OF PRECIPITATION AND SNOW COVER IN THE JASKIER IMAGE GENERATOR, MICHAŁ BUGAŁA
Abstract. The article presents methods of implementing atmospheric precipitation and snow cover using techniques of modern computer graphics. Methods applied in the Jaskier image generator and problems of image continuity in multiple display monitors are discussed. The results obtained are discussed in the summary.