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whose effect is to bend the shaft and to produce vibrations in it.Why need Balancing Of Rotating Masses? Whenever a certain mass is attached to a rotating shaft. . it exerts some centrifugal force. another mass is attached to the opposite side of the shaft. at such a position so as to balance the effect of the centrifugal force of the mass. In order to prevent the effect of centrifugal force.

Balancing of a single rotating mass by a single mass rotating in the same plane. Balancing of different masses rotating in different planes. . Balancing of a single rotating mass by two masses rotating in different planes. 2. Balancing of different masses rotating in the same plane. 4.The following cases are important from the subject point of view: 1. 3.

a balancing mass (m2) may be attached in the same plane of rotation as that of disturbing mass (m1) such that the centrifugal forces due to the two masses are equal and opposite. (ii) . Equating equations (i) and (ii). ∴ Centrifugal force due to mass m2.Balancing of a Single Rotating Mass By a Single Mass Rotating in the Same Plane the centrifugal force exerted by the mass m1 on the shaft. In order to counteract the effect of this force. or …………………. ……………… (i) This centrifugal force acts radially outwards and thus produces bending moment on the shaft..

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1. parallel to the plane of rotation of the disturbing mass. Two balancing masses are placed in two different planes. The net dynamic force acting on the shaft is equal to zero. The plane of the disturbing mass may be in between the planes of the two balancing masses.Balancing of a Single Rotating Mass By Two Masses Rotating in Different Planes this type of balancing gives rise to a couple which tends to rock the shaft in its bearings. The plane of the disturbing mass may lie on the left or right of the two planes containing the balancing masses. in such a way that they satisfy the following two conditions of equilibrium. The following two possibilities may arise while attaching the two balancing masses : 1. and 2. 2. . The net couple due to the dynamic forces acting on the shaft is equal to zero.

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.θ2. Let θ1. m3 and m4 at distances of r1. m2. r2. as shown in Fig. r3 and r4 from the axis of the rotating shaft.Balancing of Several Masses Rotating in the Same Plane Consider any number of masses (say four) of magnitude m1. Let these masses rotate about an axis through O and perpendicular to the plane of paper. with a constant angular velocity of ω rad/s The magnitude and position of the balancing mass may be found out analytical or graphical methods.θ3andθ4 be the angles of these masses with the horizontal line OX.

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The balancing force is then equal to the resultant force. .cosθ2)+. . ΣH and ΣV ΣH=(m1⋅r1.e. . 4. . 2.sinθ2)+. 3. Find out the centrifugal force exerted by each mass on the rotating shaft. but in opposite direction. then tanθ = ΣV/ΣH 5. . i. 6. Magnitude of the resultant centrifugal force. ΣV=(m1⋅r1. which the resultant force makes with the horizontal. . find out the magnitude of the balancing mass. and r = Its radius of rotation. . .r where m = Balancing mass. . If θ is the angle. such that Fc=m.Analytical method 1.sinθ1)+(m2⋅r2. . .cosθ1)+(m2⋅r2. Resolve the centrifugal forces horizontally and vertically and find their sums.

the closing side ae represents the resultant force in magnitude and direction 5. but in opposite direction. 3.r3 and m4. The balancing force is. Find out the centrifugal force exerted by each mass on the rotating shaft.r = Resultant of m1. m3. Now. then. Now draw the vector diagram with the obtained centrifugal forces. 4. such that m⋅ω2⋅r = Resultant centrifugal force or m.r2.r4 .Draw the space diagram with the positions of the several masses. equal to the resultant force.r1. 6. Now find out the magnitude of the balancing mass (m) at a given radius of rotation (r). m2.Graphical method 1. as per polygon law of forces. as shown in Fig 2.

2. together with a couple of magnitude equal to the product of the force and the distance between the plane of rotation and the reference plane.Balancing of Several Masses Rotating in Different Planes When several masses revolve in different planes. . the following two conditions must be satisfied : 1. the resultant couple must be zero. the resultant force must be zero. The effect of transferring a revolving mass to a reference plane is to cause a force of magnitude equal to the centrifugal force of the revolving mass to act in the reference plane. i. The forces in the reference plane must balance.e. i. they may be transferred to a reference plane (R. In order to have a complete balance of the several revolving masses in different planes.e. The couples about the reference plane must balance.).P.

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r2 m3.r2.). PLane Mass (m) Radius (r) Cent. The data as shown in Table.l2 m3.rL m2.rM Distanc Couple e from /ω2 plane (m.l3 mM.l) L(l) -l1 0 l2 l3 lM -m1. The distances of all the other planes to the left of the reference plane may be regarded as negative.r2 mL. Take one of the planes. 2.r3. and those to the right as positive. say L as the reference plane (R.r) m1.P.Reading from left to right.l M 1 L(rp) 2 3 M m1 mL m2 m3 mM r1 rL r2 r3 rM .r3 mM.Force/ ω2 (m.rM.l1 0 m2.r.r1.The magnitude of the balancing masses mL and mM in planes L and M may be obtained as discussed below : 1.

CM=mM⋅rM⋅lM=vector d′o′ or the value of the balancing mass mM in the plane M may be obtained. 4. Now draw the couple polygon as shown in Fig. . the couple vectors are drawn radially outwards for the masses on one side of the reference plane and radially inward for the masses on the other side of the reference plane. and the angle of inclination φ of this mass may be measured from Fig. Since the balanced couple CM is. The couple vectors are turned counter clockwise through a right angle for convenience of drawing as shown in Fig. The vector d′o′ represents the balanced couple.3.

Since the balanced force mL is mL⋅rL=vector eo or the value of the balancing mass mL in the plane L may be obtained and the angle of inclination α of this mass with the horizontal may be measured from Fig. The vector eo represents the balanced force. .Now draw the force polygon as shown in Fig.5.

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