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 Title & Authors
Vibration Characteristics of High Speed Rotary Bell Cup
Sohn, Jung Woo; Park, Ji Hoon; Choi, Seung-Bok;
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 Abstract
In this work, vibration characteristics of high speed rotary bell cup for paint atomizer are numerically investigated. New type of bell cup model is proposed and additional corresponding models with design parameter variations for length and diameter are constructed. Dynamic characteristics, such as natural frequencies and corresponding mode shapes, are studied for each model as a first step. To investigate operation stability, critical speed of rotary bell cup is numerically analyzed based on Campbell diagram and separation margin between operating speed and critical speed is identified. Unbalance vibration responses are also investigated with respect to design parameter variation, operating speed and balancing quality grade of G. Then the proper design guideline for stable operation of high speed rotary bell cup for paint atomizer is suggested.
 Keywords
Vibration Characteristics;Critical Speed;Unbalance Vibration;Bell Cup;Rotary Atomizer;
 Language
Korean
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