Dynamics of Rotating Machines
Cambridge Aerospace Series 28
- Friswell, Michael Penny, John
- Cambridge University Press
This book equips the reader to understand every important aspect of the dynamics of rotating machines. Will the vibration be large? What influences machine stability? How can the vibration be reduced? Which sorts of rotor vibration are the worst? The book develops this understanding initially using extremely simple models for each phenomenon, in which (at most) four equations capture the behavior. More detailed models are then developed based on finite element analysis, to enable the accurate simulation of the relevant phenomena for real machines. Analysis software (in MATLAB) is associated with this book, and novices to rotordynamics can expect to make good predictions of critical speeds and rotating mode shapes within days. The book is structured more as a learning guide than as a reference tome and provides readers with more than 100 worked examples and more than 100 problems and solutions.
|Extent||544 pages, 384 b/w illus. 67 tables 102 exercises||ISBN||9780521850162|
|Format||N/A||Published||31 Mar 2010|
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