Nonlinear behavior of a rotor-AMB system under multi-parametric excitations
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A rotor-active magnetic bearing (AMB) system subjected to a periodically time-varying stiffness with quadratic and cubic nonlinearities under multi-parametric excitations is studied and solved. The method of multiple scales is applied to analyze the response of two modes of a rotor-AMB system with multi-parametric excitations and time-varying stiffness near the simultaneous primary and internal resonance. The stability of the steady state solution for that resonance is determined and studied using Runge-Kutta method of fourth order. It is shown that the system exhibits many typical non-linear behaviors including multiple-valued solutions, jump phenomenon, hardening and softening non-linearities and chaos in the second mode of the system. The effects of the different parameters on the steady state solutions are investigated and discussed also. A comparison to published work is reported.
KeywordsRotor-active magnetic bearing Time-varying stiffness Multi-parametric excitations Stability Multiple-valued solutions Jump phenomenon
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