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Type: Outro documento
Title: Numerical identification of nonlinear hydrodynamic forces
Author: Alves, D.S.
Cavalca, K.L.
Abstract: Bearings are key elements for a detailed dynamical analysis of rotating machines. In this way, a rotating component sustained by flexible supports and transmitting power creates typical problems that are found in several machines, being that small or large turbines, turbo generators, motors, compressors or pumps. Therefore, representative mathematical models, such as the use of bearings nonlinear forces modeling, have been developed in order to simulate specific systems working conditions. The numerical solution of the equation of motion, when considering nonlinear complete solution of finite hydrodynamic bearings, is highly expensive in terms of computational processing time. A solution to overcome this problem without losing the nonlinear characteristics of the component is use a high order Taylor series expansion to characterize the hydrodynamic forces obtained by the Reynolds equation. This procedure accelerates the nominal behavior predictions, facilitating fault models insertion and making feasible actions in control systems design. So, this papers aims to analyze the use of nonlinear coefficients, generated by the high order Taylor series expansion, to simulate the rotor dynamics under strong nonlinear bearing behavior. The results obtained were compared with Reynolds and linear simulations, and demonstrated that the nonlinear coefficients can be successful to represent bearing behavior even in extreme situations.
Subject: Hidrodinâmica
Country: Holanda
Editor: Springer
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-99262-4_1
Address: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-99262-4_1
Date Issue: 2019
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