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Model Based Unbalance Identification for Paper Machine’s Tube Roll

  • Tuhin ChoudhuryEmail author
  • Emil Kurvinen
  • Jussi Sopanen
Conference paper
Part of the Mechanisms and Machine Science book series (Mechan. Machine Science, volume 73)

Abstract

Mass unbalance is a major concern in modern day rotating machinery. For single and double disc rotor bearing systems, model based techniques have been used to identify the unbalance. The aim of this research is to predict the unbalance in a similar way for a paper machine’s tube roll using its virtual model. In this case study, the rotor is a large diameter continuous tube with thin walls and without any mounted disc. To identify the unbalance magnitude and phase, modal expansion and equivalent load minimization by least squares is used. The distributed equivalent load is sorted using two different methods. The first method considers only the isolated maximum load. In the second method, the load at all the nodes are taken into account. This first method is tested on a single disc rotor bearing system from literature and the unbalance parameters were predicted with good accuracy. However, for the paper machine’s tube roll, due to its continuous structure, the equivalent load is distributed more evenly across the rotor. Therefore the second method is able to predict the unbalance parameters with better accuracy.

Keywords

Equivalent Load Minimization Modal Expansion Model-Based Identification Paper Machine Roll Unbalance 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Mechanical EngineeringLappeenranta University of TechnologyLappeenrantaFinland

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