Harmonic Resonances of Continuous Rotor with Nonlinearity and Internal Resonances

비선형 연속축의 조화진동 및 내부공진

  • Published : 2000.10.01


Harmonic resonances in a continuous rotating shaft with distributed mass are discussed. The restoring force of the shaft has geometric stiffening nonlinearity due to the extension of the shaft centerline. The effect of a distributed lateral force, such as the gravity, is assumed. The possibility of the occurrences of harmonic resonances, the shapes of resonance curves, and internal resonance phenomena are investigated.


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