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1.1 On Mistuning and High Cycle Fatigue
1.2 Literature Review
1.2.1 Mistuning Modeling
1.2.2 Nonlinear Dynamic Response of Bladed Disk Assemblies
The early work on nonlinear dynamic response of bladed disk assemblies
1.4 Scope of the Thesis
disk assembly
2.2 Expansion of Mode Shapes
2.3 Engine Order Excitation and Aliasing
MISTUNING MODELING
3.1 Modal Coupling Techniques
3.1.1 Fixed Interface Modal Coupling Method
3.2 Subset of Nominal Modes Method
NONLINEAR DYNAMIC RESPONSE
4.1 Equation of Motion
4.2 Linearization Methods
4.2.1 Describing Functions Method
4.2.2 Harmonic Balance Method
4.3 Solution Procedures
4.3.1 Fixed Point Iteration Method
4.3.2 Newton‐Raphson Method
Figure 4.1 – Typical FRF for gap nonlinearity
4.4 Nonlinear Analysis in Modal Domain
4.5 Nonlinear Element Formulations
4.5.1 Cubic Stiffness Element
Figure 4.2 – Cubic stiffness: forced response
4.5.2 Macroslip Friction Element under Constant Normal Load
Figure 4.4 – Macroslip friction forced response
4.5.3 Two‐slope Macroslip Friction Element
Figure 4.5 – Two‐slope microslip friction element
4.5.4 Gap/Interference Element
5.1 36 Bladed Compressor Model
Figure 5.1 – Compressor with mid‐shroud blades
Figure 5.3 – Natural frequencies vs. nodal diameters
5.2 Modal Analysis of the Mistuned Bladed Disk Assembly
5.2.1 Component Mode Synthesis Method
per nodal diameter
modes per nodal diameter
5.2.2 Subset of Nominal Modes Method
5.3 Linear Response
Figure 5.15 – Tuned linear response of blade tips for all sectors
Figure 5.16 – ±1% mistuned, linear response of blade tips for all sectors
5.4 Nonlinear Response
5.4.1 Macroslip Friction Nonlinearity
Figure 5.20 – Tuned, nonlinear response of blade tips for all sectors
Figure 5.21 – Mistuned nonlinear response of blade tips for all sectors
macroslip normal load variations
5.4.2 Gap/Interference Nonlinearity
amounts of gap/interference nonlinearity
interference nonlinearity
5.5 Effect of Mistuning and Nonlinearity on Forced Response
Table 5.3 – MAC comparison
DISCUSSIONS AND CONCLUSIONS
6.1 The Mathematical Model
6.2 Accuracy and Efficiency of the Method
6.3 The Effects of Mistuning and Nonlinearity on the Forced Response
6.4 Suggestions for Future Work
REFERENCES
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