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Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering
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Volume 12, Issue 12 - Dec 2002
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Analysis of Fluid-elastic Instability In the CE-type Steam Generator Tube
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 261~271
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.4.261
The fluid-elastic instability analysis of the U-tube bundle inside the steam generator is very important not only for detailed design stage of the SG but also for the change of operating condition of the nuclear powerplant. However the calculation procedure for the fluid-elastic instability was so complicated that the consolidated computer program has not been developed until now. In this study, the numerical calculation procedure and the computer program to obtain the stability ratio were developed. The thermal-hydraulic data in the region of secondary side of steam generator was obtained from executing the ATHOS3 code. The distribution of the fluid density can be calculated by using the void fraction, enthalpy, and operating pressure. The effective mass distribution along the U-tube was required to calculate natural frequency and dynamic mode shape using the ANSYS ver. 5.6 code. Finally, stability ratios for selected tubes of the CE type steam generator were computed. We considered the YGN 3.4 nuclear powerplant as the model plant, and stability ratios were investigated at the flow exit region of the U-tube. From our results, stability ratios at the central and the outside region of the tube bundle are much higher than those of other region.
Free Vibration and Dynamic Stability of the Axially Moving Continuum with Time-varying Length
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 272~279
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.4.272
The time-dependent frequency and energy of free vibration of the spagetti problem, that is the axially moving continuum with time-varying length, are investigated. Exact expressions for the natural frequency and time-varying vibration energy are derived by dealing with traveling waves. The vibration period increases with increasing length, but the free vibration energy decreases. When the string undergoes retraction, the vibration energy increases with time. The free response of the time-varying string is represented by superposing two traveling waves.
Experimental Study of Wall Pressure Fluctuations in the Regions of Flow Transition
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 280~286
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.4.280
It has been long suspected that the transition region may give rise to local pressure fluctuations and radiated sound that are different from those created by the fully-developed turbulent boundary layer at equivalent Reynolds number. Experimental investigation described in this paper concerns the characteristics of pressure fluctuations at the transition. Flush-mounted microphones and hot wires are used to measure the pressure fluctuations and local flow velocities within the boundary layer in the low noise wind tunnel. From this experiment we could observe the spatial and temporal development process of T-S wave using Wigner-Ville method and find the relations between the characteristic frequency of T-S wave and free stream velocity and the boundary layer thickness based on nondimensional pressure spectra scaled on outer variables.
A Study on Detection of Broken Rotor Bars in Induction Motors Using Current Signature Analysis
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 287~293
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.4.287
The unexpected failure of the induction motor makes the downtime of production, and the cost of the process cessation enormous. To reduce the downtime and increase the reliability of the motor, the vibration measurements for the fault detection have been used previously. Recently motor current signature analysis(MCSA) has been adapted for the fault detection and diagnosis of the motors. MCSA provides a powerful analysis tool for detecting the presence of mechanical and electrical faults in both the motor and driven equipment. In this paper, the fault severity of the rotor bar has been derived in terms of the resistance change which is calculated from the equivalent circuit model. Results show that the fault of the rotor can be easily detected and the measured value of the resistance change is verified by the detected fault from on-site tests using MCSA for the induction motors in an iron foundry.
Optimal Vibration Control of a Plate Using Optical Fiber Sensor and Piezoelectric Actuator
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 294~301
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.4.294
Vibration control of a plate using an optical fiber sensor and a piezoelectric actuator is considered in the present study, An aluminum plate with attached Extrinsic Fabry-Perot Interferometer (EFPI) and piezoelectric actuator is prepared for experimental investigation. Vibration level of EFPI that can represent the mechanical strain without severe distortion Is validated by forced nitration experiment. A linear time invariant system model is constructed based on the experimentally obtained frequency responses, and an optimal controller is designed for the multi-modal vibration suppression. Control performance is presented in frequency and time domains. It is found that the nitration level of the first three modes can be greatly reduced. The effect of low-pass filtering used to eliminate high frequency noise on the stability and control performance is also considered.
A Case Study on the Importance of Residual Compensation in FRF-based Substructuring
Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 302~309
DOI : 10.5050/KSNVN.2002.12.4.302
A FRF-based substructuring method attempts to predict the dynamic characteristics of a complex structure from predetermined FRFs of the comprising uncoupled substructures. Although this method has the advantage of being able to incorporate experimental component FRFs directly, it is prone to errors : measurement errors, coordinate incompleteness, modal incompleteness, etc. Among the various sources of errors, this paper deals with the problem of modal incompleteness (or residual problem) of which importance is underestimated compared to others. It is a well-known rule of thumb that such a problem can be overcome by including modes up to 2 or 3 times the upper frequency of interest. Using a simulated case study, it is demonstrated that even including modes up to 20 times the upper frequency of interest does not guarantee a satisfactory result. A method to compensate the residual errors is introduced. This method requires the whole FRF matrices of substructures which is practically impossible for a complex structure. An applicable alternative is suggested and applied successfully to the case study. Finally, the effects of measurement errors on the residual compensation are also discussed.