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Finite Element Modeling and Analysis of Coupled Rotor System Integrated with AMB in the Presence of Parallel and Angular Misalignments

verfasst von: R. Siva Srinivas, Rajiv Tiwari, Ch. Kanna Babu

Erschienen in: Proceedings of the 6th National Symposium on Rotor Dynamics

Verlag: Springer Singapore

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Abstract

Misalignment is one of the commonly encountered faults in rotor systems. The standard techniques that are used to detect misalignment are loopy orbits, multiple harmonics with predominant 2X and high axial vibration. In real rotor systems, it is caused due to improper seating of bearing housing on foundation or lack of concentricity between bearing and its housing. This chapter presents a numerical model of the coupling, which mimics the forces/moments produced due to parallel and angular misalignment. The coupling connects two rotor systems each with a centrally mounted disk and simply supported on two flexible bearings. The rotor train is modeled with two-node Timoshenko beam finite elements. An AMB is used as an auxiliary support on rotor-2. The coupling connecting the two rotor systems is modeled by a stiffness matrix, which has both static and additive components. While the static component is unchanging during operation, the additive component displays multi-harmonic behavior and exists only in the presence of misalignment. The multi-harmonic nature of coupling’s misalignment force/moment is mathematically modeled by an appropriate steering function. The development of mathematical model is followed by some response analysis, which shows lateral vibration of rotor, current signal of AMB and the orbit plots of rotor in the presence of misalignment and unbalance.

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Metadaten
Titel
Finite Element Modeling and Analysis of Coupled Rotor System Integrated with AMB in the Presence of Parallel and Angular Misalignments
verfasst von
R. Siva Srinivas
Rajiv Tiwari
Ch. Kanna Babu
Copyright-Jahr
2021
Verlag
Springer Singapore
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-5701-9_34

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