## Abstract

Vibration in rotating machinery leads to a series of undesired effects, e.g. noise, reduced service life or even machine failure. Even though there are many sources of vibrations in a rotating machine, the most common one is a mass unbalance. Therefore, a detailed knowledge of the system behavior due to mass unbalance is crucial in the design phase of a rotor-bearing system. The modelling of the rotor and mass unbalance as a lumped system is a widely used approach to calculate the whirling motion of a rotor-bearing system. A more accurate representation of

the real system can be found by a continuum model, especially if the mass unbalance is not constant and arbitrarily oriented in space. Therefore, a quasi-analytical method called Numerical Assembly Technique is extended in this

paper, which allows for an efficient and accurate simulation of the unbalance response of a rotor-bearing system. The rotor shaft is modelled by the Rayleigh beam theory including rotatory inertia and gyroscopic effects. Rigid discs can be mounted onto the rotor and the bearings are modeled by linear translational/rotational springs/dampers, including cross-coupling effects. The effect of a constant axial force or torque on the system response is also examined in the simulation.

the real system can be found by a continuum model, especially if the mass unbalance is not constant and arbitrarily oriented in space. Therefore, a quasi-analytical method called Numerical Assembly Technique is extended in this

paper, which allows for an efficient and accurate simulation of the unbalance response of a rotor-bearing system. The rotor shaft is modelled by the Rayleigh beam theory including rotatory inertia and gyroscopic effects. Rigid discs can be mounted onto the rotor and the bearings are modeled by linear translational/rotational springs/dampers, including cross-coupling effects. The effect of a constant axial force or torque on the system response is also examined in the simulation.

Originalsprache | englisch |
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Titel | Proceedings of SIRM 2021: The 14th International Conference on Dynamics of Rotating Machines |

Seiten | 14 - 23 |

Seitenumfang | 10 |

ISBN (elektronisch) | 978-83-88237-98-0 |

Publikationsstatus | Veröffentlicht - 1 Apr 2021 |

Veranstaltung | The 14th International Conference on Dynamics of Rotating Machines - Gdansk, Virtuell, Polen Dauer: 17 Feb 2021 → 19 Feb 2021 |

### Konferenz

Konferenz | The 14th International Conference on Dynamics of Rotating Machines |
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Kurztitel | SIRM 2021 |

Land | Polen |

Ort | Virtuell |

Zeitraum | 17/02/21 → 19/02/21 |