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Vibrations of blades and bladed disk assemblies

Vibrations of blades and bladed disk assemblies

presented at the Tenth Biennial Conferenceon Mechanical Vibration and Noise, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 10-13, 1985

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Published by American Society of Mechanical Engineers in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Turbomachines -- Blades -- Vibrations -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementsponsored by the Design Engineering Division, ASME ; edited by R.E. Kielb, N.F. Rieger.
    ContributionsKielb, Robert E., Rieger, N. F., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Design Engineering Division., Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise, (10th : 1985 : Cincinnati, Ohio)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ267.5.B5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 119 p. :
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19060764M

    Analysis accuracy of this method is verified by the cyclic symmetry analysis method and the direct method. The mistuning parameter of real blades is identified by modal testing and finite element method, and the vibration characteristics of the real mistuned bladed disk system are analyzed based on the mobile interface CMS : Liang Zhang, Yuan He, Huiqun Yuan, Xin Li. Blade failure is a common problem of a steam turbine and it’s failure in-service results in safety risks, repair cost and non operational revenue losses. Thus, the reliability of these blades is very important for the successful operation of a steam turbine. Dynamic analysis of a steam turbine blade in computational environment is carriedFile Size: KB.

    Get this from a library! Vibration and flutter of mistuned bladed-disk assemblies. [K R V Kaza; Robert E Kielb; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. The blades run very quietly, and backside tearout in plywood is negligible. Each blade is virtually hand-made. The plate is hand-tensioned (up to 15 minutes per blade), superior C-4 carbide teeth are hand-brazed to the plate, and the blade is straightened and restraightened multiple times /5(63).

      UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Penn State Professor of Mechanical Engineering Alok Sinha recently authored his third book, titled “Vibration of Nearly Periodic Structures and Mistuned Bladed Rotors.” Published by the Cambridge University Press, the volume is the first comprehensive book. The influence on coupling vibrations and stability among shaft-torsion, disk-transverse and blade-bending of a rotor system with a mistuned blade's staggle angle was investigated analytically. A shaft-disk-blade system has been found existing two types of coupling vibrations, disk-blade (DB), and blade-blade (BB) modes when the shaft was assumed rigid.


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Vibration Dynamics and Control of Bladed Disk Assemblies [O. Nwokah] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Vibration Dynamics and Control of Bladed Disk AssembliesAuthor: O.

Nwokah. Vibration of the bladed-disk assemblies with structural coupling have been studied in many publications, for example Refs. 1 to 4. Flutter and response using single degree-of- freedom blade models without structural coupling between blades, including mistuning, are addressed in Refs.

5 File Size: KB. Abstract. A study is made to establish the basic vibration characteristics of bladed disc assemblies. An analysis is presented and used to predict the natural frequencies and mode shapes of uniform bladed discs. It is found that there are many more natural frequencies than those indicated by a study of the blade cantilever by: Vibrations of blades and bladed disk assemblies: presented at the Tenth Biennial Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise, Cincinnati, Ohio, SeptemberAuthor: Robert E Kielb ; N F Rieger ; American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Chen, S. and Sinha, A. () Probabilistic method of compute the optimal slip load for a mistuned bladed disk assembly with friction dampers, ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, (2), – zbMATH CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 2. Abstract. Bladed-disk vibrations were well studied because of the critical fatigue problems.

They are the most stressed systems in machines. Campbell [5], Stodola [52] and Sezawa [48] are amongst the first few who studied the bladed-disks.

Kroon [25] applied difference calculus to the case of lashed blades to determine the blade stresses. The progress made in the decade – in the area of vibration of jet engine blades is surveyed. The purpose of the survey is to provide a general review of recent progress and the limited number of references cited can be used to reach the many other important publications in this by: Sinha, A., c, “ Computation of the Statistics of Forced Response of a Mistuned Bladed Disk Assembly via Polynomial Chaos,” ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, Vol.August, pp.

in the Forced Response of Bladed Disk Assemblies", ASME JournaI of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power, Vol. Januarypp. Several ideas have been developed in this area of research.

A key approach to the problem of blade vibration that has been developed in [5] is the use of "mistuning statistics."File Size: KB. Sokołowski, R. Rządkowski and L. Kwapisz diameter=m, inner diameter=m, height of the blade=m. According to the theoretical model, only 1/th of the bladed disc assembly is meshed, isoparametric brick elements with 20 nodes and 3 degrees of freedom per node are.

Janecki S., Dynamics of the Last Stage Rotor Blades for Large Steam Turbines. “Advances in Vibration of Bladed Disk Assemblies”. Proc. ASME Vibration Conference, Dearborn Author: H.

Irretier, S. Janecki. This is the first comprehensive volume on nearly periodic structures and mistuned blade vibration. Alok Sinha presents fundamental concepts and state-of-the-art techniques in the analysis of free and forced response of a nearly periodic structure, weaving together his own work (covering thirty-five years of research in this field) with works by other by: 5.

In Part I the equations of motion describing the free vibration of bladed disc assemblies were formulated. The numerical results for the tuned and mistuned bladed discs for blades of complex. vibration response levels of mistuned bladed discs.

This strategy involves (i) evaluation of the range of the response level, (ii) achieving a better bladed disc design, and (iii) monitoring the status of the actual hardware. The severity of the vibration problem of a mistuned bladed disc is usually.

The Problem Is Also Governed By Heat Transfer Analysis And Thermal Book Deals With A Basic Understanding Of Free Vibratory Behaviour Of Turbine Blades. The effects of blade crack on mode localization in rotating bladed disks are investigated in this study.

A disk consisting of periodic shrouded blades is used to simulate the bladed disk of a turbo-rotor. Blades on the disk are approximated as Euler–Bernoulli beams. A crack in the blade is regarded as a local disorder of the by: This paper presents important improvements and extensions to a computationally efficient reduced order modeling technique for the vibration analysis of mistuned bladed disks.

In particular, this work shows how the existing modeling technique is readily extended to turbomachinery rotors with shrouded by: D. Ewins, “Vibration Characteristics of Bladed Disc Assemblies,” Journal of Mechanical Engineering Sciencehas been cited by the following article: Article.

Turbine Blade Vibration Measurement Methods for Turbocharges. G Janicki 1, A Pezouvanis 1, B Mason 1, M K Ebrahimi 1. The bladed disk considered here is a representative naturally mistuned bladed disk whose geometry has been obtained by scan.

A global sensitivity analysis is then performed using the Morris algorithm in order to rank a set of conservative and dissipative uncertain parameters in terms of their influence on the forced response level. Title: Vibration Analysis of Bladed Disc Assemblies: Authors: Minas, C.; Kodiyalam, S.

Publication: Proc. SPIE Vol.Proceedings of the 13th International Modal. frequency. For decreasing of blade’s vibration there are placed damping elements in the blade shroud.

These elements are calculated for dissipation of the vibration energy. The analytical method of blade and bladed disk modal analysis is introduced. The method enables to include blades both with and without damping elements in shroud.Eq.

(23) is the free vibration equation of the whole bladed disk system under the generalized coordinate p which considers the effect of rotational prestressed.

Obtaining the dynamic frequency of the whole bladed disk system and vibration mode in generalized coordinate p by solving Eq. (23), and then completing the use analysis of : Liang Zhang, Yuan He, Huiqun Yuan, Xin Li.sometimes integrated into the bladed disk assembly. The problem of controlling and predicting the vibration amplitudes of bladed disks has been a primary concern of many research studies.

As a result several numerical models have been developed to represent the bladed disk assemblies to facilitate prediction of the relevant behaviour.