Research on Coupling Vibration of Disk Crack and Shaft Crack of Rotor System Based on Finite Element Method
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The authors explored the problem about coupling vibration with disk and shaft crack in the rotor system based on the previous studies from Chiu and Huang (2008) to Chiu et al. (2019). Finite element method (FEM) was mainly used to analyze the frequencies and modes changes in this paper. The shaft and disk crack affect the modes and frequencies that the shaft and disk predominated. We observed and provides some interesting phenomenon both qualitative and quantitative overviews in this paper.
KeywordsANSYS Rotor systems Coupled vibration Disk crack Shaft crack
This study is sustained by Scientific Research Climbing Project of Xiamen University of Technology, No. XPDKT18016 and Graduate Technology Innovation Project of Xiamen University of Technology No. 40318027.
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