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Vibrations of Turbine Blade Assemblies with Stick and Slip Conditions

  • Alfred Zmitrowicz
Part of the Solid Mechanics and its Applications book series (SMIA, volume 72)

Abstract

There are many mechanical systems in which a frictional interaction of contacting surfaces has a dominant influence on damping of vibrations. Friction damping plays a crucial role for those machinery where resonance conditions can not be avoided e.g. in turbines. The friction damping can reduce significantly resonant vibration amplitudes to an acceptable level. Therefore, special friction dampers mounted between turbine blades have been studied in a number of papers (Chen and Sinha, 1990; Griffin, 1990; Popp, 1994; Pfeiffer and Glocker, 1996; Sanliturk et al., 1997).

Keywords

Friction Force Mode Shape Turbine Blade Steam Turbine ASME Journal 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alfred Zmitrowicz
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  1. 1.Institute of Fluid-Flow MachineryPolish Academy of SciencesGdańskPoland

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