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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Experimental Non-linear Model Updating Applied In Cylindrical Journal Bearings|
|Abstract:||The present paper proposes the use of non linear model updating applying unrestricted optimization method, in order to obtain a methodology, which allows the calibration of mathematical models in rotating systems. An experimental set up for this purpose consists of a symmetric rotor, on a rigid foundation supported by two hidrodynamic cylindrical bearings and with a central disk of considerable mass, working as na unbalancing excitation force. Once the numeric and experimental values are obtained, error vectors are defined, which are the minimization parameters, through the variation of the numeric model parameters. The method presented satisfactory results, as it was able to calibrate the mathematical model, and then to obtain reliable responses for the physical system studied. The research also presents a contribution for the rotating machine desing area as it presents a relatively simple methodology on the updating and revalidation of computacional models for machines and structures.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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