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Epiroc is a leading productivity partner for the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries. With cutting-edge technology, Epiroc develops and produces innovative drill rigs, rock excavation and construction equipment, and provides world-class service and consumables. The company was founded in Stockholm, Sweden, and has passionate people supporting and collaborating with customers in more than 150 countries. Learn more at www.epirocgroup.com.
Thesis Alternative sub-systems for percussive rock drill 2020
Epiroc is a leading productivity partner for the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries. With cutting-edge technology, Epiroc develops and produces innovative drill rigs, rock excavation and construction equipment, and provides world-class service and consumables.
Epiroc Rock Drills AB in Örebro with over 2500 employees both develop, manufacture and market rock drilling equipment for mining and construction work all over the world. As a thesis student you will have the opportunity to work in an open and friendly environment, where we are committed to always find new innovative solutions through collaboration both within the team and externally. Join our journey towards developing future technology within electrification and automation.
Functional area: URE Rock drills R&D (URD)
Recruiting manager: Anders Olson, R&D Manager
Phone: +46(0)19 6707353
Other contacts: Mentor: Maria Pettersson, email@example.com
Education background: Hydraulics/ Mechatronics/ Electrical engineering
Level of thesis project: Master thesis
Number of students in the project: Preferable 2 students
This project is intended to investigate, simulate and test a subsystem of a rock drill. The subsystem is a part of the rock drill and can for example be the rotation system, damper system, extractor system, percussion system or similar. The goal is to understand how it is working today from a physical/mechanic point of view and compare it to another technical approach.
To drill holes in rock (Æ 20-200mm), a percussive rock drill is commonly used. In a rock drill, a percussive piston is used to repeatedly hit the drill string. The kinematic energy is transformed to elastic energy, as a stress wave which propagates through the drill string towards the drill bit, where it is used to crush the rock. By rotating the drill bit, the tool with inserted tungsten carbide buttons will crush the rock in a new position for each piston stroke.
Your mission in this project will be to simulate, evaluate and possibly test a chosen system with an alternative power source and compare it to an existing system intended to have the same function. This project will be considered a success when there is knowledge, simulation models and laboratory tests enough to compare the dynamic behavior of the two systems
To be successful with this project you should be at the end of your engineering studies and your main topic should be hydraulics, mechatronics, mechanics and/or electronics. You preferably are an analytical person and like to work with the behaviour of dynamic systems
How to apply:
Does this sound interesting, and do you feel this is a match? Log in to the recruitment system. If you are new to the system, you need to start by making a profile. Do not forget to attach your CV and a short letter about your-self, describing why you are applying for this thesis. Please note that we do not accept applications via email. Send your application as soon as possible, but no later than December 11th.