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Experimental investigation of a single-plane automatic balancing mechanism for a rigid rotor / D.J Rodrigues; A.R Champneys; M.I Friswell; R.E Wilson; Michael Friswell
Journal of Sound and Vibration, Volume: 330, Issue: 3, Pages: 385 - 403
Swansea University Author: Michael, Friswell
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Experimental investigation of a single-plane automatic balancing mechanism for a rigid rotor
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Autobalancing devices have huge potential to improve the performance of rotating machinery. However passive devices, such as ball balancers, are highly non-linear and requires a detailed analysis to ensure robust performance. This paper describes such an analysis and validates the results experimentally, and arose from an EPSRC CASE award in collaboration with Rolls-Royce. Autobalancers are one of the key applications for a recently awarded EPSRC Programme Grant on Engineering Nonlinearity and this paper was cited in the proposal.
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