Determining the moments of inertia of large bodies from vibrations in elastic suspension
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To ensure the maneuvering capabilities of aircraft and high-speed sea vessels, designers should know the moments of inertia of their massive parts. But since the structure of some elements such as power units is very complicated, it is impossible to determine their moments of inertia analytically. Thus the problem of measuring the moments of inertia of massive large bodies arises. To this end, a measuring bench was designed in N. E. Zhukovskii Central Institute for Aerohydrodynamics (TsAGI) on the basis of a new method for determining the body moments of inertia from vibrations in the elastic suspension . In this connection, it is necessary to develop the corresponding mathematical algorithms for determining the moments of inertia.
In this paper, we develop mathematical algorithms for determining the body moments of inertia by using methods for identification of linear systems in the state space [2–5]. We present three versions of solving the problem of determining the body moments of inertia depending on the information about the method for exciting the vibrations or about the body parameters and the rigidity of the bench springs. We study the influence of damping on the accuracy of determining the moments of inertia. Numerical results are given for a specific system.
KeywordsRigidity Matrix Observation Matrix Body Parameter Pseudoinverse Matrix Vibration Mode Shape
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