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SVSFEMs.r.o.
Brno, Czech Republic
Technical support for Rotordynamics
Ing. László IVÁN, rotor@svsfem.cz
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“Rotordynamics for ANSYS” has been created as a problem oriented macro
based tool which is integrated in ANSYS and makes it easier for the user to deal
with rotor vibration problems.
The main objective of creation of the tool was to use the maximum of ANSYS
capabilities like creation of finite element model, elements library, computational
procedures for solution of eigenvalues, mode shapes, harmonic vibration,
transition vibration.
A problem oriented user environment (UIDL) was created to make input
parameters entry, specification of the analysis and results evaluation easy.
The module is fully implemented into the environment of ANSYS.
The aim of the project
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The menu system
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Setup of Units
Ø The user can define the units by selection from a couple of predefined groups
that he would like to use in the analysis.
Ø Based on this selection a wizard (non-binding) for input parameters entry will
appear, which will shows the units in which the system expects entered values.
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BEAM4
BEAM189
Rotor FE model
Ø SHAFT (Beam4, Beam189)
Ø DISC (Pipe16)
Ø SPRING-DAMPER (Combin14)
Ø MATRIX27 (Matrix27)
Ø MASS (Mass21)
PIPE16
COMBIN14
MATRIX27
MASS21
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Stiffness-damping properties for COMBIN14 elements
• Polynomial function
• Table
Stiffness : K(N) = K
0
+ K
1
*N + K
2
*N
2
+ K
3
*N
3
N - rotor speed [RPM]
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Ø Static analysis for constant rotor speed
Ø Modal analysis
Ø Lateral – Torsional vibration
Ø Damped – Undamped analysis
Ø Modal analysis for variable rotor speed (Campbell diagram)
Ø Critical speed, Stability, Mode shapes
Ø Gyroscopic effect
Ø Prestress effect
Capabilities
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Ø Harmonic analysis
Ø Lateral – Torsional steady state forced vibration
Ø Damped – Undamped analysis
Ø Harmonic analysis
Ø the excitation frequency is “k” multiple of the rotor speed
Ø constant rotor speed – variable excitation frequency
Ø constant excitation frequency – variable rotor speed
Ø Gyroscopic effect
Ø Prestress effect
Capabilities
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Capabilities
Ø Transient analysis
Ø Lateral – Torsional forced vibration
Ø Damped – Undamped analysis
Ø Transient analysis
Ø Numerical simulation for constant rotor speed
Ø Numerical simulatin of transition through the resonance
Ø Gyroscopic effect
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By using the UPF create new elements for nonlinear rotor dynamics.
Non-linear coupling elements between rotating and non-rotating parts
Ø slide bearings
Ø roller bearings
Ø squeeze film dampers
Ø seals
Ø contact model between rotating and non-rotating parts
Ø coupling by magnetic field
Ø self-lubricating bearing
Future
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∅ d
1
L
1
DISC1
DISC2
1
∅ d
2
∅ d
3 ∅ d
4
L
2
L
1
L
1

DISC1
DISC2
KZ,BZ

KY,BY

KY,BY

K
Z
,B
Z

A rotor with two disks
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∅ d
1
L
1
DISC1
DISC2
1
∅ d
2
∅ d
3 ∅ d
4
L
2
L
1
L
1
8.00E+05
1.20E+06
1.60E+06
2.00E+06
0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000
N = RPM[min-1]
Ky [N/m]
Damping B
y
= 1000 Ns/m
Stiffnes K
y
= 10
6
- 100⋅n + 0,02⋅n
2
9.00E+08
9.50E+08
1.00E+09
1.05E+09
1.10E+09
0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000
N = RPM[min-1]
Kz [N/m]
Damping B
z
= 2000 Ns/m
Stiffnes K
z
= 10
9
– 25 000⋅n + 3⋅n
2
A rotor with two disks
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A rotor with two disks
Modal analysis for variable rotor speed (0-10000 RPM)
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Mode 1 – f
1
= 10 Hz ( n = 3000 rpm )
f
1
Mode 2 – f
2
= 23 Hz ( n = 3000 rpm )
f
2
Mode 3 – f
3
= 33 Hz ( n = 3000 rpm ) Mode 4 – f
4
= 75 Hz ( n = 3000 rpm )
f
3
f
4
A rotor with two disks
Modal analysis for variable rotor speed
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Z_3
Y_3
DISC1
A rotor with two disks
Harmonic analysis
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A rotor with two disks
Harmonic analysis
f
1
= 10,9 Hz ( n
1
= 654 rpm )
f
1
f
2
f
2
= 32,8 Hz ( n
2
= 1968 rpm )
f
3
f
3
= 72,1 Hz ( n
3
= 4326 rpm )
f
4
f
4
= 102,9 Hz ( n
4
= 6174 rpm )
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A rotor with two disks
Transient analysis - Numerical simulation for constant rotor speed
DISC1
DISC2
Impact force
Unbalance
Rotor speed = 1200 RPM
Unbalance = 0.0001 kg.m
Impact force = 10 N
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A rotor with two disks
Transient analysis - Numerical simulation for constant rotor speed
Rotordynami cs for Rotordynami cs for
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A rotor with two disks
Transient analysis - Numerical simulatin of transition through the resonance
Rotordynami cs for Rotordynami cs for
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A rotor with two disks
Transient analysis - Numerical simulatin of transition through the resonance
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Rotordynami cs
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www. www.svsfem svsfem. .cz cz
rotor@ rotor@svsfem svsfem. .cz cz
Ø Users’ manual + tutorials.
Ø Demo version.
Ø Technical support.
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