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History of Rotating Machinery DynamicsBladed Disks

History of Rotating Machinery Dynamics: Bladed Disks [Bladed-disk vibrations were well studied because of the critical fatigue problems. They are the most stressed systems in machines. Campbell [5], Stodola [52] and Sezawa [48] are amongst the first few who studied the bladed-disks. Kroon [25] applied difference calculus to the case of lashed blades to determine the blade stresses. Though no vibrations were considered, this paper is the first attempt to point out that the whole blade group should be considered. Smith [51] made a two-dimensional free vibrational analysis in the tangential direction using a dynamic stiffness matrix method on a six and twenty bladed group. His contribution was most significant since the group frequencies and mode shapes were determined for the first time as shown in Figure 17.1.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

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Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Copyright
© Springer Netherlands 2011
ISBN
978-94-007-1164-8
Pages
299 –325
DOI
10.1007/978-94-007-1165-5_17
Publisher site
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Abstract

[Bladed-disk vibrations were well studied because of the critical fatigue problems. They are the most stressed systems in machines. Campbell [5], Stodola [52] and Sezawa [48] are amongst the first few who studied the bladed-disks. Kroon [25] applied difference calculus to the case of lashed blades to determine the blade stresses. Though no vibrations were considered, this paper is the first attempt to point out that the whole blade group should be considered. Smith [51] made a two-dimensional free vibrational analysis in the tangential direction using a dynamic stiffness matrix method on a six and twenty bladed group. His contribution was most significant since the group frequencies and mode shapes were determined for the first time as shown in Figure 17.1.]

Published: Jan 1, 2011

Keywords: Mode Shape; Strain Amplitude; Steam Turbine; Tapered Twist; Blade Root

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