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Volume 207, 2018International Conference on Metal Material Processes and Manufacturing (ICMMPM 2018)
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Investigation of vibration characteristics for bladed-disks with dry friction nonlinearity
MOE Key Laboratory of Thermo-Fluid Science and Engineering, School of Energy and Power Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University, 710049 Xi’an, China
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This paper focuses on the vibration characteristics of the bladed-disk subjected to the dry friction damping under periodic excitation. Firstly, the multi-harmonic equation basing on the frequency-domain analysis is established to predicate the steady response of the bladed-disk. Then, the algorithm to solve the nonlinear multi-harmonic balance equation is given step by step. In the numerical simulation, a simplified lumped parameter model of a turbine bladed-disk as well as the elastic Coulomb friction model between the root and disk contacting surfaces are applied. The normal load level of the friction interfaces, which are the focal points of the bladed-disk design, is analysed for the nonlinear vibration characteristics of the blades. The results show that vibration response of bladed-disk is affected significantly by normal load, and there exists an optimal value of the normal load under the operating condition of the turbomachinery, which can provide a qualitative assessment for the design practice of friction dampers.
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