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Article Dans Une Revue Mechanics Research Communications Année : 2008

Multi-dimensional harmonic balance applied to rotor dynamics


The multi-frequency dynamical behavior is a feature of many technical systems. Multiple shaft rotating machinery, subject to simultaneous unbalances spinning at different speeds is a particular case of such systems. Common methods of steady state solution are not valid when the addressed systems have non-linear properties. This study presents a generalized version of harmonic balance coupled with arc-length continuation, developed in order to study non-linear responses of modified Jeffcott rotor system subject to multiple unbalances. Numerically, the non-linear terms are taken into account via an AFT (alternating frequency- time domain) procedure, involving multi-dimensional FFT. An improvement to the AFT approach is proposed. The example addressed in this paper is a modified Jeffcott rotor with piece-wise radial stiffness.
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Mikhail Guskov, Jean-Jacques Sinou, Fabrice Thouverez. Multi-dimensional harmonic balance applied to rotor dynamics. Mechanics Research Communications, 2008, 35, pp.537-545. ⟨10.1016/j.mechrescom.2008.05.002⟩. ⟨hal-00322891⟩
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