In view of the serious film wrapping phenomenon and poor film removal effect of the film removal devices of residual film recovery machines, a combined “mechanical + air flow” film removal device is designed. It is mainly composed of vane-type film removal rollers and diversion shells and can complete film removal and film transportation in turn. The analysis and parameter design of the key working parts, named film stripping blades, are carried out. The condition of film removal is calculated by force analysis, and the internal flow field of the device is simulated based on the Fluent software. Taking rotating speed of the vane-type film removal roller, the inclination angle of the film stripping blade, and the diameter of the roller as test factors, and the area ratio of the vortex region to the effective region as the evaluation index, a three-factor three-level orthogonal simulation test is designed. The response surface model of each test factor is established, and the significance of each test factor on the evaluation index is analyzed. Through optimization, the optimal parameter combination suitable for the film removal flow field is obtained as follows: the rotating speed of the vane-type film removal roller is 283 r/min, the inclination angle of the film stripping blade is 25° and the diameter of the roller is 219 mm. Under the optimal combination of parameters, the device is manufactured, and the effect of the device is verified by a field test. The results show that the film removal rate of the device is 98.04%, and there is no film wrapping phenomenon in the operation process, which can meet the needs of residual film recovery before sowing.
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