Dynamic modeling of marine boilers
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Experimental investigation was performed on a simplified scale model of a typical marine boiler. Shaker-table tests were performed to determine natural frequencies, and impact tests were used to determine the structural shock response. The dynamic-response data have been used to verify analytical results obtained from a three-dimensional, beam-element model with the consideration of local flexibility at the nozzle-vessel intersections.
KeywordsMechanical Engineer Fluid Dynamics Experimental Investigation Impact Test Scale Model
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