ANALYSIS OF THE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF A ROTATING COMPOSITE HOLLOW SHAFT
Keywords:ROTORDYNAMICS, COMPOSITE HOLLOW SHAFT, RAYLEIGH-RITZ METHOD, NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION,
AbstractIN THE PRESENT PAPER, A SIMPLIFIED HOMOGENIZED BEAM THEORY IS USED IN THE CONTEXT OF A NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION REGARDING THE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF A ROTATING COMPOSITE HOLLOW SHAFT. FOR THIS AIM, A HORIZONTAL FLEXIBLE COMPOSITE SHAFT AND A RIGID DISC FORM THE CONSIDERED SIMPLE SUPPORTED ROTATING SYSTEM. THE MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE ROTOR IS DERIVED FROM THE LAGRANGEÂS EQUATION AND THE RAYLEIGH-RITZ METHOD, WHICH IS OBTAINED FROM THE STRAIN AND KINETIC ENERGIES OF THE DISC AND SHAFT, AND THE MASS UNBALANCE. IN THIS CASE, A CONVERGENCE PROCEDURE IS CARRIED OUT IN TERMS OF THE VIBRATION MODES TO OBTAIN A REPRESENTATIVE MODEL FOR THE ROTOR SYSTEM. THEREFORE, THE PROPOSED ANALYSIS IS PERFORMED IN BOTH FREQUENCY AND TIME DOMAINS, IN WHICH THE FREQUENCY RESPONSE FUNCTIONS, THE UNBALANCE RESPONSES, THE CAMPBELL DIAGRAM, AND THE ORBITS ARE NUMERICALLY DETERMINED. ADDITIONALLY, THE INSTABILITY THRESHOLD OF THE ROTOR SYSTEM IS OBTAINED. THIS STUDY ILLUSTRATES THE CONVENIENCE OF THE COMPOSITE HOLLOW SHAFTS FOR ROTORDYNAMICS APPLICATIONS.
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