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Blade loss transient dynamics analysis with flexible bladed disk
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|Statement||by V.C. Gallardo, principal investigator ... [et al.] ; prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|Series||NASA CR -- 168176., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-168176.|
|Contributions||Gallardo, V. C., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration., General Electric Company.|
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The focus is on analysis, and calculated results are presented to illustrate analysis characteristics and rotor behavior. The first third of the book is an introduction to rotorcraft aerodynamics, blade motion, and performance. The remainder of the book covers advanced topics in . The high loss fluid from the wake is rolled up into the passage vortex and increases loss at the rotor hub section. The turbine losses reach a maximum within the third period where the vortices are tilted and stretched in the streamwise direction. The associated increase of vorticity generates more shear and thus more loss.
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Get this from a library. Blade loss transient dynamics analysis with flexible bladed disk. [V C Gallardo; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.; General Electric Company.;]. Dynamic Model and Theoretical Investigation for the Fan-Blade Out Event in the Flexible Rotor System of Aero-Engine.
Xie RG () Analysis of transient response of flexible Jeffcott rotor. J Jiangxi Inst Educ. (in Chinese) Dynamic characteristics of a flexible bladed-rotor with Coulomb damping due to : Yanhong Ma, Yongfeng Wang, Jie Hong. Contact analysis of a flexible bladed-rotor the transient dynamic analysis of a fan blade-out event highlights the complexity of the numerical technique, which includes all the nonlinearities.
The aim of this work is to show some effects associated with friction and wear on the dynamic behavior resulting from blade-to-casing interaction. The numerical study reported here is based on a simplified finite element model of a rotating bladed disk and a flexible casing.
Figure 1 (a) Model of flexible bladed-rotor (Sin ha ) (b) Front view of the bladed-disk A Rayleigh-Ritz approximation is used to express the degrees of freedom of these different parts.
On modelling elastic disk and shaft systems for numerical Eigenfrequency analysis p. 1 A method for calculating the natural frequencies of continuous blade structures with three different types of loose coupling means p. 13 Impact response of 2-bladed rotor p. 23 Some fundamental aspects on the dynamic properties of journal bearings p.
31File Size: 7KB. A reduced order approach is introduced in this paper that can be used to predict the steady-state response of mistuned bladed disks. This approach takes results directly from a finite element analysis of a tuned system and, based on the assumption of rigid blade base motion, constructs a computationally efficient mistuned model with a reduced number of degrees of by: This model consists of rotor, disk, single blade, protection support and damping support.
The diameter of the disk is designed to be mm and the mass of a released blade is 33 or 66 g with two different widths. It can be seen from the shearing stress results that the rotor shaft is twisted off at a Author: Xuan Haijun, Luo Ling, Guo Xiaojun, Li Guoqiang.
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In order to cope with the time-variant dynamics of the coupled rotor-blade system, a periodic time-variant modal controller is designed, implemented, and experimentally tested.
A test rig built by four flexible blades is specially designed for this by: 7. The focus of this literature survey and review is model reduction methods and their application to rotor dynamic systems.
Rotor dynamic systems require careful consideration in their dynamic models as they include unsymmetric stiffness, localized nonproportional damping, and frequency-dependent gyroscopic effects. The literature reviewed originates from both controls and mechanical systems Cited by: Lagrange constraints for transient finite element surface contact.
Two-dimensional modeling of unilateral contact-induced shaft precessional motions in bladed-disk/casing systemsUnilateral contact induced blade/casing vibratory interactions in impellers: Analysis for flexible casings with friction and.
Based on finite element (FE) method, a dynamic model of a single span blade-rotor-casing coupling system is established. The bearings, bladed rotor, discs and casing are simulated using spring-damping element, beam element, shell element and beam element suitable for curved beam separately (the casing stiffness and damping using spring-damping element).Cited by: 7.
"Effects of Multistage Coupling and Disk Flexibility on Mistuned Bladed Disk Dynamics", ASME Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbine and Power, (1), E. Topics: Creep, High temperature, Stress, Finite element analysis, Finite element methods, Elastic analysis, Density, Fatigue analysis Vibration Measurement Techniques on an.
Structures and Dynamics A Reduced Order Model for Transient Analysis of Bladed Disk Forced Response. Ayers, D. Feiner, Effects of Damping and Varying Contact Area at Blade-Disc Joints in Forced Response Analysis of Bladed Disc Assemblies.
Petrov, D. Ewins. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Practical Optimization of Mistuned Bladed Disk of Steam Turbine With Free-Standing Blade Structure for Forced and Self-Excited Vibration Numerical and Experimental Study of Shrouded Blade Dynamics Considering Variable Operating Points.
Ferhat Kaptan, Lars Panning Flutter Analysis of a Flexible UHBR Fan at Different Flight Conditions. technologies. The book is organized into three sections, Inflow and Wake Influences on Turbine Performance, Turbine Structural Response, and Power Conversion, Control and Integration.
In addition to fundamental concepts, the reader will be exposed to comprehensive treatments of topics like wake dynamics, analysis of complex turbine blades.
Abbas Ebrahimi and Mahmood Sekandari, Transient response of the flexible blade of horizontal-axis wind turbines in wind gusts and rapid yaw changes, Energy, /. Active Subspace Development of Integrally Bladed Disk Dynamic Properties due to Manufacturing Variations. Joseph A.
Beck, Transient Characteristics of a Dual-Rotor System With Intershaft Bearing Subjected to Mass Unbalance and Base Motions During Start-Up. Bearings, Computer simulation, Damping, Dynamic analysis, Dynamics (Mechanics.Abstract. Computational Fluid Dynamics is a highly cost effective method to optimise both turbine blade and ideal site specific credentials.
CFD is a highly flexible numerical modelling method, capable of modelling a variety of scenarios, airflows and turbine operational ranges for wind turbines.This book provides engineers and scientists with practical fundamentals for turbomachinery design. It presents a detailed analysis of existing procedures for the analysis of rotor and structure dynamics, while keeping mathematical equations to a minimum.