Modal analysis of coupled vibration of belt drive systems
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The modal method is applied to analyze coupled vibration of belt drive systems. A belt drive system is a hybrid system consisting of continuous belts modeled as strings as well as discrete pulleys and a tensioner arm. The characteristic equation of the system is derived from the governing equation. Numerical results demenstrate the effects of the transport speed and the initial tension on natural frequencies.
Key wordsbelt drive system modal analysis axially moving string coupled vibration frequency
Chinese Library ClassificationO322
2000 Mathematics Subject Classification37C75
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