Practical Balancing Of Rotating Machinery

Author: Derek Norfield
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080459387
Size: 50.33 MB
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Rotating machinery (eg pumps, motors, compressors) is normally manufactured to precise measurements but there comes a point when the costs of manufacture mean that further precision is not cost-effective and thus any slight imbalance inherent in the machine will need to be attended to after manufacture. When such machinery is in operation, often at very high speeds of thousands of revs per minute, any imbalance will set up vibration and often noise. In addition, such imbalance will cause extra wear and loss of efficiency in the machine. The answer is to balance the affected parts of the machine so that it operates smoothly and efficiently. This book is a practical account of such balancing techniques e.g how to balance a rotor, how to set up and verify performance of a balancing machine, and procedures for on-site balancing. In addition, other common causes of vibration will be covered e.g. misalignment, bad bearings and looseness. This book is the distillation of a successful course run by the author and developed over 20 years. University engineering departments do not teach balancing techniques beyond the very basic, and there is a need for educators and engineers to have a practical book available on the topic. · A practical book which will help the reader understand the importance of balance in today's high technology world · Outlines the history of dynamic balancing and other vibration reduction techniques · Profusely illustrated throughout

Rotating Machinery

Author: Robert B. McMillan
Publisher: The Fairmont Press, Inc.
ISBN: 0881734675
Size: 16.54 MB
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A theoretical and practical understanding of unbalance and misalignment in rotating equipment is presented here. These two conditions account for the vast majority of problems with rotating equipment encountered in the real world.;Numerous examples and so.

Machinery Vibration Balancing Special Reprint Edition

Author: Victor Wowk
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071348614
Size: 75.73 MB
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Enables you to measure, isolate, and reduce rotating component's vibration, resonance, or misalignment problem. This book helps you to balance everything from ceiling fans to turbine engines, and select and apply balancing sensors and systems for single-plane and two-plane balancing and overhung and flexible-rotor balancing.

Balancing Of High Speed Machinery

Author: Mark S. Darlow
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461236568
Size: 20.52 MB
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Modern rotating machinery, particularly turbomachinery, is frequently being designed to operate at higher speeds than in the past. Consequently, there is an increased need to balance high-speed rotors. The purpose of this book is to provide the engineering student or practicing engineer with a single, complete reference on high-speed rotor balancing. To this end, a detailed analytical background and practical application procedures are presented for each of the principal high-speed rotor balancing methods, i.e. modal balancing, influence coefficient balancing and the Unified Balancing Approach. This information is supplemented and supported through a presentation of the theoretical development of synchronous rotor vibration and a brief overview of rigid rotor balancing techniques and machines. This is the first time this material is available in a single, concise volume, together with detailed descriptions of application procedures.

Vibrations Of Rotating Machinery

Author: Osami Matsushita
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 4431554564
Size: 36.77 MB
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This book opens with an explanation of the vibrations of a single degree-of-freedom (dof) system for all beginners. Subsequently, vibration analysis of multi-dof systems is explained by modal analysis. Mode synthesis modeling is then introduced for system reduction, which aids understanding in a simplified manner of how complicated rotors behave. Rotor balancing techniques are offered for rigid and flexible rotors through several examples. Consideration of gyroscopic influences on the rotordynamics is then provided and vibration evaluation of a rotor-bearing system is emphasized in terms of forward and backward whirl rotor motions through eigenvalue (natural frequency and damping ratio) analysis. In addition to these rotordynamics concerning rotating shaft vibration measured in a stationary reference frame, blade vibrations are analyzed with Coriolis forces expressed in a rotating reference frame. Other phenomena that may be assessed in stationary and rotating reference frames include stability characteristics due to rotor internal damping and instabilities due to asymmetric shaft stiffness and thermal unbalance behavior.

Rotating Machinery Vibration

Author: Maurice L. Adams
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 143984755X
Size: 20.96 MB
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Diagnosis and correction are critical tasks for the vibrations engineer. Many causes of rotor vibration are so subtle and pervasive that excessive vibration continues to occur despite the use of usually effective design practices and methods of avoidance. Rotating Machinery Vibration: From Analysis to Troubleshooting provides a comprehensive, consolidated overview of the fundamentals of rotating machinery vibration and addresses computer model building, sources and types of vibration, and machine vibration signal analysis. This reference is a powerful tool to strengthen vital in-house competency on the subject for professionals in a variety of fields. After presenting governing fundamental principles and background on modern measurement, computational tools, and troubleshooting methods, the author provides practical instruction and demonstration on how to diagnose vibration problems and formulate solutions. The topic is covered in four sequential sections: Primer on Rotor Vibration, Use of Rotor Dynamic Analyses, Monitoring and Diagnostics, and Troubleshooting Case Studies. This book includes comprehensive descriptions of vibration symptoms for rotor unbalance, dynamic instability, rotor-stator rubs, misalignment, loose parts, cracked shafts, and rub-induced thermal bows. It is an essential reference for mechanical, chemical, design, manufacturing, materials, aerospace, and reliability engineers. Particularly useful as a reference for specialists in vibration, rotating machinery, and turbomachinery, it also makes an ideal text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.

Fundamentals Of Rotating Machinery Diagnostics

Author: Donald E. Bently
Publisher: Amer Society of Mechanical
Size: 54.19 MB
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A practical course in the fundamentals of machinery diagnostics for anyone who works with rotating machinery, from operator to manager, from design engineer to machinery diagnostician. This comprehensive book thoroughly explains and demystifies important concepts needed for effective machinery malfunction diagnosis: (A) Vibration fundamentals: vibration, phase, and vibration vectors. (B) Data plots: timebase, average shaft centerline, polar, Bode, APHT, spectrum, trend XY, and the orbit. (C) Rotor dynamics: the rotor model, dynamic stiffness, modes of vibration, anisotropic (asymmetric) stiffness, stability analysis, torsional and axial vibration, and basic balancing. Modern root locus methods (pioneered by Walter R. Evans) are used throughout this book. (D) Malfunctions: unbalance, rotor bow, high radial loads, misalignment, rub and looseness, fluid-induced instability, and shaft cracks. Hundreds of full-color illustrations explain key concepts, and several detailed case studies show how these concepts were used to solve real machinery problems. A comprehensive glossary of diagnostic terms is included.

Machinery Vibration Measurement And Analysis

Author: Victor Wowk
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780070719361
Size: 68.74 MB
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Shows how to use state-of-the-art instrumentation - transducers and fast fourier transform (FFT) specturm analyzers - to monitor machine conditions using the vibration signature.

Rotor Dynamics

Author: J. S. Rao
Publisher: New Age International
ISBN: 9788122409772
Size: 20.71 MB
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The Third Revised And Enlarged Edition Of The Book Presents An In-Depth Study Of The Dynamic Behaviour Of Rotating And Reciprocating Machinery. It Evolved Out Of Lectures Delivered At Different Universities Over The Last Two Decades. The Book Deals With Torsional And Bending Vibrations Of Rotors, Stability Aspects, Balancing And Condition Monitoring. Closed Form Solutions Are Given Wherever Possible And Parametric Studies Presented To Give A Clear Understanding Of The Subject. Transfer Matrix Methods Is Extensively Used For General Class Of Rotors For Both Bending And Torsional Vibrations.Special Attentions Are Given To Transient Analysis Of The Rotors Which Is Becoming An Essential Part Of The Design Of High Speed Machinery. Systems With Fluid Film Bearings, Cracked Rotors And Two Spool Rotors Are Also Presented.A First Course On Theory Of Vibration Is A Prerequisite To This Study. Analysis Used Is Fairly Simple, But Sufficiently Advanced To The Requisite Level Of Predicting Practical Observations. As Far As Possible, Practical Examples Are Illustrated, So That The Book Is Also Useful To Practising Engineers.A Special Feature Of This Book Is Diagnostics Of Rotating Machinery Using Vibration Signature Analysis And Application Of Expert Systems To A Field Engineer In Trouble Shooting Work.

Troubleshooting Rotating Machinery

Author: Robert X. Perez
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119294398
Size: 21.73 MB
Format: PDF
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Process machines are critical to the profitability of processes. Safe, efficient and reliable machines are required to maintain dependable manufacturing processes that can create saleable, on-spec product on time, and at the desired production rate. As the wards of process machinery, we wish to keep our equipment in serviceable condition. One of the most challenging aspects of a machinery professional or operator’s job is deciding whether an operating machine should be shut down due to a perceived problem or be allowed to keep operating. If he or she wrongly recommends a repair be conducted, the remaining useful machine life is wasted, but if he or she is right, they can save the organization from severe consequences, such as product releases, fires, costly secondary machine damage, etc. This economic balancing act is at the heart of all machinery assessments. Troubleshooting is part science and part art. Simple troubleshooting tables or decision trees are rarely effective in solving complex, real-world machine problems. For this reason, the authors want to offer a novel way to attack machinery issues that can adversely affect the reliability and efficiency of your plant processes. The methodology presented in this book is not a rigid “cook book” approach but rather a flexible and dynamic process aimed at exploring process plant machines holistically, in order uncover the true nature the problem at hand.