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Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering
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Volume 11, Issue 9 - Dec 2001
Volume 11, Issue 8 - Nov 2001
Volume 11, Issue 7 - Oct 2001
Volume 11, Issue 6 - Sep 2001
Volume 11, Issue 5 - Aug 2001
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Vibration Reduction of an Air Cooled Heat Exchanger with Axial Flow Fan
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2001, Pages 163~168
Vibration problems occurred in an air cooled heat exchanger with axial flow fan for a petrochemical plant were investigated. Experimental field test and theoretical verification were performed. To find the main cause of the high vibration of the fan at the air inlet of the axial fan, the frequency spectrum was measured. The natural frequency of the driving support of the heat exchanger was numerically calculated. Both of the measured and the natural frequency were approximately equal to the blade passing frequency. Because it was difficult to modify the structure of the driving support during the normal operation of the plant, the blade number of the fan was increased, which greatly reduced the vibration level of the heat exchanger.
Optimization of Piezoceramic Sensor/Actuator Placement for Vibration Control Using Gradient Method
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2001, Pages 169~174
Optimization of the collocated piezoceramic sensor/actuator placement is investigated numerically and verified experimentally for vibration control of laminated composite plates. The finite element method is used for the analysis of dynamic characteristics of the laminated composite plates with the piezoceramic sensor/actuator. The structural damping index(SDI) is defined from the modal damping(2
ζ) . It is chosen as the objective function for optimization. Weights for each vibrational mode are taken into account in the SDI calculation. The gradient method is used for the optimization. Optimum location of the piezoceramic sensor/actuator is determined by maximizing the SDI. Numerical simulation and experimental results show that the optimum location of the piezoceramic sensor/actuator is dependent upon the outer layer fiber orientations of the plate, and location and size of the piezoceramic sensor/actuator
Dynamic Response Localization of Simple Periodic Structures Undertaking External Harmonic Forces
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2001, Pages 175~180
Dynamic response localization of simple mistuned periodic structures is presented in this paper Mistuning in periodic structures can cause forced responses that are much larger than those of perfectly tuned structures. So mistuning results in the critical impact on high cycle fatigue of structures. Thus, it is of great importance to predict the mistuned forced response in an efficient way. In this paper, forced responses of coupled pendulum systems are investigated to identify the localization effect of periodic structures. The effects of mistuning and damping on the maximum forced response are examined. It is found that certain conditions of mistuning and coupling can cause strong localization and the localization becomes significant under weak damping. It is also found that the maximum forced response increases as the number of Periodic structures increases.
Power Flow Analysis of Vibration of Coupled Plates Excited by a Point Force In an Arbitrary Direction
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2001, Pages 181~192
The power flow analysis (PFA) has been performed to analyze the vibration of coupled plates excited by a point force in an arbitrary direction. The point force generates the out-of-plane vibration associated wish flexural waves and the in-plane vibration associated with longitudinal and shear waves. The energy governing equation for each type of waves was introduced and solved to Predict the vibrational energy density and intensity generated by the out-of-plane and in-plane components of the point force in an arbitrary direction. The wave transmission approach was used to consider the mode conversion at the joint of the coupled plates. Numerical results for vibrational energy density and intensity on the coupled plates were presented. Comparison of the results by PFA with exact results showed that PFA can be an effective tool to predict the spatial variation of the vibrational energy and intensity on the coupled plates at high frequencies.
Active Control of Forced Vibrations in Smart Laminated Composite Plates Using Piezoceramics
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2001, Pages 193~199
Active control of forced vibration of the cantilevered laminated composite plates using collocated piezoceramic sensor/actuator is analyzed numerically and verified experimentally for various fiber orientations. Impact on the stiffness and the damping properties is studied by varying stacking sequence of [
]s for the laminated composite plate. For the forced vibration control, the plate is excited by one pair of collocated PZT exciters in resonance and its vibrational response is suppressed by the other collocated PZT sensor/actuator using direct negative velocity feedback. It is shown that the active control of forced vibration is more effective for the smart laminated plate with higher modal damped stiffness(2ζ
/aup 2/) .
Beamforming-based Partial Field Decomposition in Acoustical Holography
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2001, Pages 200~207
In this paper, a new method for Partial field decomposition is developed that is based on the beamforming algorithm for the application of acoustical holography to a composite sound field generated by multiple incoherent sound sources. In the proposed method, source Positions are first predicted by MUSIC(multiple signal classification) algorithm. The composite sound fields can then be decomposed into each partial field by the beamforming. Results of both numerical simulations and experiments show that the method can find each partial field very accurately and effectively, and that it also has Potential to be used for application to distributed sources.
Experimental Verification on Dynamic Stability of a Vertical Cantilevered Pipe with Attached Masses Conveying Fluid
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2001, Pages 208~215
The paper presents both theoretical and experimental study fur dynamic instabilities of a vortical cantilevered pipe with two attached lumped masses conveying fluid. The two attached lumped masses can be considered as valves or some mechanical paras in real pipe systems. Eigenvalue behaviors depending on the flow velocity are investigated for the change of Positions and magnitudes of an attached lumped mass and a tip mass. In order to verify appropriate of numerical solutions, experiments were accomplished. Theoretical predictions have a good agreement with experimental ones.
Dynamic Stability of a Drum Brake Shoe under a Frictional Force
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2001, Pages 216~222
The paper presents the dynamic stability of a flexible shoe in drum brake systems subjected to a frictional force. The frictional force between the drum and the shoe is assumed as a distributed frictional force, while the shute is modeled as an elastic beam supported by two translational springs at both ends and elastic foundations. Governing equations of motion are derived by energy expressions, and their numerical results are obtained by employing the finite element method. The critical distributed frictional force and the instability regions are demonstrated by changing the stiffness of two translational springs and elastic foundation parameters. It is also shown that the beam loses its stability by flutter and divergence depending on the stiffness of elastic supports and elastic foundation parameters. Time responses of beams corresponding to their instability types are also demonstrated.
An Axial-type Self-bearing Motor for Small Vertical Axial-flow Pump
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2001, Pages 223~232
Aiming at a small axial pump with a levitated rotor, an axial-type self-bearing motor is presented, which has a rotor wish four permanent magnets and two stators with two-pole three-phase windings. In this system, only the axial motion of rotor is actively controlled by two opposite self-bearing motors just like in the case of an axial magnetic bearing, while the other motions are passively stable. For rotation, It follows the theory of a four-pole three-phase synchronous motor. This paper Introduces schemes for design and control of the self-bearing motor and shows some experimental results to Prove the feasibility of application for the axial Pump.